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Nintendo Details PAX East Lineup

Posted on Monday, April 2 @ 14:10:28 PST by

Do you like ghosts? Do you like Nintendo mascots? Do you like brothers who have to explore creepy mansions?

Too bad. Nintendo isn't bringing Luigi's Mansion 2 to PAX East. Instead, they've loaded up the 3DS display stands with Mario Tennis Open and Spirit Camera, not to mention an upcoming eShop title, Ketzal's Corridors.

Corridors? Mario? Ghosts? How could they not have Luigi's Mansion 2 somewhere? If you're more the competitive type, Nintendo will be holding several events in honor of Kid Icarus: Uprising, including AR Idol Cards scavenger hunt and a multiplayer tourney on Friday Night. Don't forget to bring your own 3DS.

PAX is Street Pass heaven.
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