While Next Level Games' Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon helped turn things around for the Nintendo 3DS, their pitched Metroid game was shelved in favor of Luigi's ghost-busting sequel.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Nintendo's self-proclaimed Year of Luigi is upon us with the recent release of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, so it's befitting that legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto would give his two cents worth on the game. Miyamoto offered much more than a penny for the developers' thoughts, as he told them to actually scrap the title's original bosses!
We're sure you haven't exhausted the oodles of fun you got from last week's downloads, but there are some heavy hitters this week that cannot be ignored.
Do you dare enter the ScareScraper in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon for the Nintendo 3DS?
Luigi may be armed with the Poltergust 5000, but that doesn't stop our hero from getting the shakes in a new story intro video for Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. Coming out March 24th on the Nintendo 3DS, the title has Luigi being sucked into saving Professor E. Gadd from a plethora of chaos driven ghosts.
During Thursday's Nintendo Direct conference, company president Satoru Iwata declared 2013 would be the year of Luigi, and gave us new insight into Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.
Nintendo has released a trailer showcasing just what the multiplayer for Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon will entail.
The official site for Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon states the upcoming Nintendo 3DS sequel will feature multiplayer of some sort.
Nintendo has finally announced the release date for the anticipated 3DS title Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.
The most recent episode of Nintendo's update show, Nintendo Direct, shows us about half an hour of upcoming releases like Lego City: Undercover, Pikmin 3, and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge DLC.