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Look at lots of luscious pics if you love Luigi

3:50 AM on 09.13.2011

Daniel Starkey

PC Contributor

Luigi is always unlucky. Never lavished with laudation like his lovable relative, Mario. Luigi's Mansion was a delightful lark in light of its lackluster sales. And the sequel looks to be made of more lively and light-hearted adventures that will surely lure lovers of that lanky Luigi.

I had a lot of fun with the original back in the day, and given the incessant march of many Mario's, it is nice to see Luigi getting some more screen time. So, color me interested.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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