The thing that amazes me the most about Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is that it was a sequel requested by Miyamoto and one that he supervised personally
And sure, you might think this isn’t a big deal, but if you remember the last game he supervised (that is, Sticker Star) then you’ll realize its a beary big deal.
Those that have played Sticker Star, whether they liked it or not, can testify that due to Miyamoto’s meddling, it lost that something that made a Paper Mario game a true Paper Mario game.
And yet here we have Dark Moon, a game full to the brim with detail, personality and, ironically, life.
It’s amazing, in a weird way.