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Heading To PAX East With A 3DS? Pick Up Luigi's Mansion And Pokemon Early

Posted on Tuesday, March 19 @ 16:00:00 PST by

In addition to keeping an eye out for North Eastern GR Editors Alex Osborn and Anthony Severino, you might want to head over to Nintendo's booth at PAX East this weekend. There, you can play lots of Nintendo games, including Lego City Undercover, my favorite game on the Wii U (at least currently).

Better still, if you're an eager 3DS owner, you can buy Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity early at NIntendo's booth. This isn't a particularly huge advance on the general public as the games are available in stores on Sunday.

It's like going to a midnight release with a couple thousand friends and a couple of them are dressed up as the characters from the game! And another game! And... is that a Nyan Cat cosplay?
Related Games:   Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Tags:   Nintendo, 3DS, PAX

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