Poor Luigi, always being stuck in the shadow of his bigger brother, Mario. For countless years, it’s always been Mario at the forefront of saving the day but in 2001, Luigi caught his big break on the GameCube with his very own game entitled Luigi’s Mansion. Armed with a flashlight and backpack vacuum, he was given the task of searching out and sucking up specters and spirits in a creaky old mansion. Now more than a decade later, he picks up the vacuum again, this time on the 3DS in Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon.
Born and raised in Denver, CO in 1979, I've been playing games since I was old enough to hold a controller. I was weened on Atari, then Nintendo and Sega, and currently own just about every console and handheld made. I'm an avid hip hop fan and I love to read books. Favorite authors include Dean Koontz, Stephen Hunter, and Christopher Moore. I'm also an avid movie watcher and I try to collect as many Blu-Rays as I can.
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