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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavvie View Post
    I'm guessing Circle Pad'll control Luigi, and touch screen or gyro sensors will control the vacuum.
    *Thinks about it* Yeah, that would work, especially if the main game action will be taking place on the upper screen. For some reason I was thinking it would be on the lower screen.

    Quote Originally Posted by RWDebara View Post
    Really considering buying a 3DS soon now because of this and the other games that were announced. All that is missing is advance wars....
    True, Intelligent Systems haven't touched the series since Dual Strike.

    As that was the only Advance Wars game on the DS.

    There was no sequel.

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    Even if you're ignoring Days of Ruin you're still wrong. Incidentally Fire Emblem > Advance Wars.

    Edit: More information from Nintendo's Round Table Discussion:

    Luigi's Mansion 2 very far in development. But Nintendo may opt to release it early 2012
    Luigi's Mansion 2 being developed by Next Level Games in Canada. The Punch Out team.
    Miyamoto taking lots of responsibility for Luigis Mansion 2
    Last edited by Reknoc; 08-06-2011 at 14:15.

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