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* ChristmasRushed: Inverted. The development of ''Dark Moon'' was delayed to coincide with ''Advertisement/TheYearOfLuigi'' rather than releasing it on holiday seasons.

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* ChristmasRushed: Inverted. The development of ''Dark Moon'' was delayed to coincide with ''Advertisement/TheYearOfLuigi'' ''Advertising/TheYearOfLuigi'' rather than releasing it on holiday seasons.


* ChristmasRushed: Inverted. The development of ''Dark Moon'' was delayed to coincide with ''Advertisement/TheYearOfluigi'' rather than releasing it on holiday seasons.

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* ChristmasRushed: Inverted. The development of ''Dark Moon'' was delayed to coincide with ''Advertisement/TheYearOfluigi'' ''Advertisement/TheYearOfLuigi'' rather than releasing it on holiday seasons.

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* ChristmasRushed: Inverted. The development of ''Dark Moon'' was delayed to coincide with ''Advertisement/TheYearOfluigi'' rather than releasing it on holiday seasons.


** The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.

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** The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes Gamecube's stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.



* MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[Advertising/TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of ''Luigi's Mansion'' just happened to be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the anniversary in mind.

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* MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[Advertising/TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. ''VideoGame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of ''Luigi's Mansion'' just happened to be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the anniversary in mind.mind.
* NamesTheSame: There are no [[VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon1998 purple dragons]] in Haunted Towers.


* MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of ''Luigi's Mansion'' just happened to be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the anniversary in mind.

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* MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[TheYearOfLuigi ''[[Advertising/TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of ''Luigi's Mansion'' just happened to be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the anniversary in mind.mind.
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* ShortRunInPeru: The game was supposed to be released on March 29th, 2013, but wasn't, due to it's launch coinciding with Good Friday, a Christian Holiday in parts of Europe. In response, Nintendo gave special permission to affected countries to release the game either a Day Early (Thursday), or a Day Late (Saturday). Some countries were very unfortunate to not get the game until the following Tuesday (as Monday was Easter Monday).
* MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of Luigi's Mansion just happened to be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the anniversary in mind. Nice coincidence, eh?

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* ShortRunInPeru: The game was supposed to be released on March 29th, 2013, but wasn't, due to it's its launch coinciding with Good Friday, a Christian Holiday in parts of Europe. In response, Nintendo gave special permission to affected countries to release the game either a Day Early (Thursday), or a Day Late (Saturday). Some countries were very unfortunate to not get the game until the following Tuesday (as Monday was Easter Monday).
* MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of Luigi's Mansion ''Luigi's Mansion'' just happened to be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the anniversary in mind. Nice coincidence, eh?mind.


* MarketBasedTitle: The game is known as ''Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon'' in North America and simply ''Luigi's Mansion 2'' elsewhere.

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* MarketBasedTitle: The game is known as ''Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon'' in North America and simply ''Luigi's Mansion 2'' elsewhere. This was done to raise awareness to the fact there was indeed another ''Luigi's Mansion'' game.
* ShortRunInPeru: The game was supposed to be released on March 29th, 2013, but wasn't, due to it's launch coinciding with Good Friday, a Christian Holiday in parts of Europe. In response, Nintendo gave special permission to affected countries to release the game either a Day Early (Thursday), or a Day Late (Saturday). Some countries were very unfortunate to not get the game until the following Tuesday (as Monday was Easter Monday).


* DevelopmentGag: The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.

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The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.console.
** The Sneakers are based on a scrapped ghost from the original, whose purpose was to give Luigi a health-crippling JumpScare.

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* MarketBasedTitle: The game is known as ''Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon'' in North America and simply ''Luigi's Mansion 2'' elsewhere.


* DevelopmentGag: The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.



* The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.

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* The original MilestoneCelebration: Part of Nintendo's ''[[TheYearOfLuigi Year of Luigi]]'', the 30th anniversary of Luigi's debut in ''Videogame/MarioBros''. Incidentally, the inclusion of Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed just happened to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was be by chance, since it wasn't developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.anniversary in mind. Nice coincidence, eh?


* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.

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* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.Moon]]''.
* The original Luigi's Mansion was developed with the Gamecubes stereoscopic 3D rendering ability in mind, which was ultimatively never used due the cost of the hardware needed to actually bring the effect out of a TV. Being able to have 3D effects was the reason why the sequel was developed for the 3DS rather than a home console.


* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Professor E. gadd was originally supposed to turn out to be EvilAllAlong, and reveal that he is actually a ghost himself. and the real mastermind behind everything, King Boo being just an assistant. This was abandoned when the footage was leaked in July 2012 and ruined.

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* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''. \n * WhatCouldHaveBeen: Professor E. gadd was originally supposed to turn out to be EvilAllAlong, and reveal that he is actually a ghost himself. and the real mastermind behind everything, King Boo being just an assistant. This was abandoned when the footage was leaked in July 2012 and ruined.


* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.

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* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Professor E. gadd was originally supposed to turn out to be EvilAllAlong, and reveal that he is actually a ghost himself. and the real mastermind behind everything, King Boo being just an assistant. This was abandoned when the footage was leaked in July 2012 and ruined.


* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Professor E. gadd was originally supposed to turn out to be EvilAllAlong, and reveal that he is actually a ghost himself. and the real mastermind behind everything, King Boo being just an assistant. This was abandoned when the footage was leaked in July 2012 and ruined.

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* FanNickname: ''Luigi's Mansion: [[Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon Dark of the Moon]]''.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Professor E. gadd was originally supposed to turn out to be EvilAllAlong, and reveal that he is actually a ghost himself. and the real mastermind behind everything, King Boo being just an assistant. This was abandoned when the footage was leaked in July 2012 and ruined.
Moon]]''.


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----* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Professor E. gadd was originally supposed to turn out to be EvilAllAlong, and reveal that he is actually a ghost himself. and the real mastermind behind everything, King Boo being just an assistant. This was abandoned when the footage was leaked in July 2012 and ruined.

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