Steve takes a look at how the re-imagining of the first two Onechanbara games packaged as ORIGIN compares to the originals and if it holds up by today's gaming standards
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Back in 2001, when Nintendo launched the GameCube console, the star of its launch lineup was a new IP from the Mario universe, in the form of the first Luigi's Mansion game, a side-story where Luigi ends up in a mansion with a darker, horror-type setting, tasked with fighting off ghosts to rescue his friends. Fast forward 18 years, and here we are in 2019 with the follow-up to the 2013 3DS game.
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