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3.33 stars 3.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 6 releases and 0 DLC
Luigi’s Mansion is a long shot from other Mario games. Instead of action and platforming, the focus of this game is on exploration, atmosphere, and puzzle-solving. It’s a much slower-paced game as a result of these differences, meaning that it doesn’t much feel like a Mario game at all, something that might turn you off if you expect every Mario adventure to play like a straight platformer. If you enjoy playing around with a game that explores the personalities of Mario characters a bit more and...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
I think Luigi’s Mansion may have traumatized longtime Nintendo fans. Imagine a group of kids that were raised by their parents to eat a hearty breakfast every morning. This breakfast would be nutritious and delicious; scrambled eggs with gourmet ketchup, French toast with sugar powder sprinkled on top and a hot chocolate with whipped cream and a cherry. Life is great, kids go to school happy. Now imagine one morning, all that food is replaced with rotten eggs, sour bread sprinkled with gu...4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Mario, the greatest videogame hero of all time has gone missing inside a mansion won in a shady sweepstakes, leaving it up to his brother Luigi to suck up some demonic. Devilish. DUST BUNNIES!… oh and the occasional ghost as well. Luigi’s Mansion (as you know doubt guessed) stars everyone’s second favorite plumber Luigi. But that’s where all similarities to prior Mario games end. The are no platforms to jump to, no new worlds to explore, or princess in need of saving. Only sucking and the occas...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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