By Miguel Concepcion
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It can be hard to believe that the Nintendo DS is almost ten years old. What is easier to believe is that studios like AlphaDream have gained a lot of experience with Nintendo's touch-friendly dual screen hardware. This experience begets imagination, the kind one would see in 'Mario & Luigi: Dream Team'.

The game's setting is a new, but familiar-looking over world called Pi'illo, a resort that doesn't look that much different from other lands in the Mario universe. It's a curious place has its own history, with relics in the shape of pillows, often connected to a dream world. It's the backdrop that heavy-handedly delivers the premise of a slumbering Luigi.
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Mario & Luigi: Dream Team

Anyone that has played a "Mario & Luigi" game can tell you that Mario and Luigi aren't the only familiar faces in the games. Over the course of the three games that have been released in the series ("Superstar Saga," "Partners In Time," and "Bowser's Inside Story"), and the one that will drop next week ("Dream Team") the Mario Brothers have run into countless friendly, and not so friendly, faces in their RPG journeys. However, throughout all of the games, there have always been new characters introduced that tend to be specific to the stories told in these franchises, and because they are so unique to these games, those characters will almost never venture outside of a "Mario & Luigi" game.New characters in the Mario Universe is actually a pretty big deal, and the ones that show up in “Mario & Luigi” usually tend to play very important roles within these games, and it turns out, that's by design.
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Mario & Luigi

Everyone already knows the tale of how Mario and Luigi got their mustaches, but since the days of "Donkey Kong," the Mario Bros. whiskers have taken a backseat. However, in the upcoming 3DS title, "Mario & Luigi: Dream Team," the development team behind the game decided to give Luigi's mouth brow a bit more screen time. This time around it's not just to highlight his Italian nose, or because Luigi's long and luxurious 'stache is a site to behold, it's actually integral to the game itself. Read More...

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Satoru Iwata kicked off this morning's 3DS-focused Nintendo Direct by sharing more plans for the Year of Luigi, jumping right into the upcoming "Mario & Luigi Dream Team." Details on the game's unique setting, story and gameplay were revealed, along with a firm release date.

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Mario Luigi: Dream Team

Is your body ready for another Mario RPG? During this morning's Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that "Mario & Luigi: Dream Team" will be heading to the 3DS this summer, complete with mustache pulling and Luigi sneezes! Read More...

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