Yesterday, which Nintendo referred to as the "Cyber Monday of Luigi," saw the North American debut of a classy new 3DS XL bundle. Have a look at the limited Mario & Luigi: Dream Team bundle past the break.
Luigi has long been portrayed as a kind of bumbling, lanky doofus, but he looks both sweet and sinister in a new Japanese Year of Luigi commercial. The live-action spot after the jump promotes Luigi's latest games with an unnerving smile.
Nintendo is going all black tie affair with the arrival of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. Today a new 3DS XL color was confirmed, and this one is a bit more formal, dressed to the nines in slick black. More after the jump.
Man, Luigi has a pretty wild imagination. The next role-playing adventure for the bros., Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, has players leaping into Luigi's dreams, and the gameplay trailer after the jump offers a good idea of what to expect when it hits 3DS.
Japan will be getting another special 3DS XL system when the Mario & Luigi: Dream Team RPG arrives. Continuing the celebration of the Year of Luigi, the system will be released on July 18, with the game pre-installed on an SD card. Pics and a new teaser after the jump.
Luigi has famously found himself on the sidelines for as long as anyone can remember. Even when he got his own game he was stuck vacuuming ghosts in a mansion, but Nintendo has decided to hoist him to the forefront. At this morning's Nintendo Direct event, it was declared that 2013 is officially the Year of Lugi. Read on for all the details!