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Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon (Nintendo 3DS)

by Nintendo
Nintendo 3DS
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo 3DS
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00B5Q83KC
  • Release Date: 28 Mar. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 995 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Explore the spooky surroundings
Explore the spooky surroundings.
Features more puzzles than ever before
Features more puzzles than ever before.
Shine a light on these petrifying phantoms
Shine a light on these petrifying phantoms.
Team up with up to three friends
Team up with up to three friends.

He may seem like the nervous type, but our reluctant hero Luigi will need to get over his fears if he's to complete his mission and get rid of some particularly stubborn spooks in the ghostly mansions of Luigi's Mansion 2 only on Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL, and 2DS. With his trusted 'Poltergust' spectre-sucking vacuum cleaner in hand, it's time for Mario's brother to take centre stage and save the day! As the first sequel to 2002's launch title on Nintendo GameCube, you can expect all the thrills and spills of Luigi's Mansion, with bags of new fun features and superb stereoscopic 3D, too. Experience the murky mansions, ghastly ghosts, and spooky surroundings of the game in glorious 3D.

If you enjoyed the perilous puzzles of its predecessor, then you'll be in for a real surprise when you play Luigi's Mansion 2 as it boasts more puzzles than ever before, which will really put your brain to the test. If you're up for the challenge, you'll find the ghosts even craftier this time around; you'll need to do much more than shine a light on these petrifying phantoms, making use of your strobe light to shock them before you can vacuum them up. With an array of ghosts haunting the various mansions of the game, you'd best be ready to help poor scaredy-cat Luigi figure out how to defeat them all!

There are plenty of secrets within these old mansion walls too, but that's really just another reason for our lean, green ghost-hunting machine to explore! Hoover up leaves to unveil secret stashes, gobble up wallpaper to expose hidden hoards, suck up stacks of cash, and reveal forgotten treasure chests.

If you need a little help cleaning up ghosts, why not team up with friends who buy Luigi's Mansion 2? In the fabulous multiplayer mode, up to four people will be able to take on the mighty Scarescraper, which is jam-packed to the rafters with all sorts of paranormal creatures. Work together to get each floor spook-free, earning bonuses and upgrades as you go along depending on how well your team does. Just remember, you'll be up against the clock and can expect to face some pretty terrifying big boss battles at the top of the tower. Each player can choose the number of floors to play through, from five, 10, or 25, while the ability to adjust the difficulty levels means both new and veteran gamers will be catered for. You can even revive your fallen teammates if you want to keep the multiplayer adventure going for longer!

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good 29 May 2013
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We've waited a long time for a second Luigi's mansion and now it's here it has met expectation.
Our favourate unlikely Ghost Buster in green is back on the case in a fun and surprising challenging game. Luigi is armed with little more than a torch, an beam to find hidden objects and a tradition suck/blow hover to combat ghosts and it's surprising how much Nintendo has done with the formula. If you're anything like me, you would have gone into the game believing that the puzzles could be solved rather simply but I admit there have been a couple of 'help me' trips to the internet.
The real appeal of Luigi's mansion 2 is its attitude. The cowardly Luigi against the fun loving ghosts is very fun to watch. The whole game leaks of a fun loving personality.
However it is difficult to play in long sessions due to how repetitive game play may become. Luigi's mansion 2 is certainly a game to be played in moderation but if you do it is well worth it.
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80 of 88 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Anybody who played through the first Luigi's Mansion game will know what to expect here.

I think the first game was underrated, it's worth chasing down if you have the opportunity although its availability isn't all that great. With the second game now out I'd imagine people will start tracking down the first game. It's always the way.

This game is brilliant, it's looks good and the 3D works really well. One thing I've noticed with some of the 3DS games is the 3D tends to get annoying after a while and I'll switch it off, which sort of defeats the point.

If you own a 3DS then this is worth picking up, it's accessible to the whole family too. I'm glad this has come along to make me pick up my 3DS again, I was going through Paper Mario but that went a little stale so I dropped it.

Overall it's a great title, things are looking up for the 3DS especially with Fire Emblem on the horizon.

On a different note, I'd just like to point out that we are all given the option to give our views/opinions on games so we can speak our mind. No doubt somebody will write a review for Luigi's Mansion 2 and say it's awful and that's fine, but that doesn't give somebody the right to leave negative comments on a review if that persons opinion doesn't match their own.
It's impossible for everybody to love everything.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best 3ds title 13 April 2013
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
great game,great graphics and most importantly great fun! Ignore the dullards who have knocked this amazing little game and purchase and explore this gem. Much larger than the original cube release from 2002 and a worthy addition to your 3ds collection.A strong contender for best 3ds game of 2013.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Slightly dissapointed 13 Jun. 2013
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I loved the original Luigi's Mansion on the Nintendo Gamecube so it was natural i'd be excited for this game to come out, however, once i had received it my expectations were drastically shot down. Unlike the orignal, this game just could not hook me into it. The game now features 5 different mansions however they are split into stages now (similar to Paper Mario has gone with Sticker Star) not only does this setup constantly disrupts gameplay it becomes a bit cumbersome as its usually a case of find ghost, suck it up, return to lab , repeat for other courses and unlike the original did not allow you to "explore" each mansion.
I'm not saying this game is bad, It's just me who tends to notice small details, there are good points. The original formula is still intact, the multiplayer is very addictive (if somewhat limited) and is a very nice addition and there are some funny points to the game (particularly at the beginning) and make you feel sorry for luigi (in a comical way)

However, the thing with game reviews is that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and this is just mine so i recommend if you are unsure to read my review, read other reviews and watch gameplay and then make up your mind.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This made me go take out the 3DS again 25 April 2013
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I must confess I haven't used the 3DS in 9-10 months. Luigi's Mansion made me realize what a great system the 3DS is. The game is full of secrets and humor. Enjoy!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Fun, but repetitive. 21 Feb. 2015
By Revenga
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''Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon'' (henceforth "Dark Moon'') is a direct sequel to ''Luigi's Mansion'', a game originally released as a launch title for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2002.

I never played the 2002 game. However, it's considered a classic by both critics and fans within the gaming community, so as I bought Dark Moon it was reasonable for me to expect a consistent standard of quality from it.

As with most Nintendo games, Dark Moon is suitable for both kids and adults. Parents need not be concerned about the supposedly spooky atmosphere: the game is essentially humorous in character and clearly designed to entertain the young player.

The graphics are good enough for a 3DS title. You should know by now that the 3DS is not the most powerful handheld gaming device currently on the market. Keep that in mind and you won't be disappointed with Dark Moon's graphical performance.

The controls are simple and effective. I don't expect anyone of any age will have issues in getting to grips with the gameplay mechanics. Overall it is a very accessible game and you certainly don't need to have played the previous title before jumping into this one.

Lastly, the game casts Luigi in the guise of an improbable ghost hunter -- a brilliant idea.

So why only three stars?


The game is, in my opinion, quite long (5 stages, each in turn subdivided in mini-stages). Now, this is not per se a bad thing. However, it becomes very repetitive by the time you figure out how each individual type of ghost behaves and which is the best way to defeat them. Throughout the whole game that is all Luigi does -- hunt ghosts and search for hidden items, doors, etc.
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