Quick thoughts on Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
The sequel to the charming GameCube launch title, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon expands on the fun with more new areas to explore. Each location is separated into different missions, so once you complete one, you'll be pixelated out of it and have to start it over again. This creates some repetitiveness in the gameplay.
The animations of Luigi and the various ghosts are very well done. The graphics are nice, too, and the 3D effect (if you're into it) is very cool looking in certain spots.
There is an online multiplayer portion of the game, but there isn't much depth to it. Games include sucking up all kinds of ghosts and chasing down cute little Polterpups.
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