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Jan 24, 2011 | 8:51 PM EST
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What the hell does Luigi do when Mario isn't around?

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

has Mack Daddy Mario met his match?

it took a while to take off but i have to admit that seeing Luigi as something other than a loser is refreshing.

it's also obvious how most of the effort was focused on the dancing part. someone less patient would skip your video within the first minute or two since nothing really happens and it doesn't look especially amazing.

if the whole video was on par with the dancing part and the first half had more action going on, your video would be even better.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


why did mario got angry for watching luigi dancing and having fantasies alone?

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i gib you 5/5 for courtesy of all the other movies ive graded today this was really a random change well wtvr gj anyway


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i didnt exactly laugh but i liked the idea and the animation was smooth


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

"Great Activity"

This is another take on gaming's biggest questions regarding Mario and his brother, Luigi, and it's pretty damn satisfying.

It starts off slow, but in my opinion the build-up is the best part, as it lets us have a good laugh at Luigi's seemingly hopeless anonymity at the hands of his famous brother before the music hits home.

The drawings in motion are simple and clean, catchy to the eyes and , although standard, must have taken the artist a lot of time and effort. And of course, who can say no to the classic sounds of Boogie Wonderland while he's surrounded by a harem of cute little dancing fiends. With the kind of disco-tastic fantasies that Luigi conjures up when Mario's not around, one wonders who truly has the better life.

As is usual with such animations, the setup was classic and the result of the dancing sidekick enraging Mario was both humorous, and a little frightening as well. Guess Mario's not the type to cut a rug after all. Thumbs up for making the zero a boogie hero.