Luigi's Mansion - 3DS/2DS

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Luigi's Mansion (3DS/2DS)
Also for: GameCube
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Media: Cartridge Arcade origin:No
Developer: Grezzo Soft. Co.: Nintendo
Publishers: Nintendo (GB)
Released: 19 Oct 2018 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 7+
No Accessories: No accessories


Nintendo s first launch title for the GameCube was Luigi s Mansion, making it a rather beloved game in the hearts of many a Nintendo fan. In a move sure to warm said hearts, Ninty has brought it to the DS and hopes to delight a whole new generation of gamers.

In it, Luigi has won himself his very own mansion. Upon checking the mansion for the first time, Luigi s brother Mario discovers the mansion is haunted and is captured by King Terasa, head of the ghosts. You must brave the haunted mansion, remove the ghosts and save Mario. No problem, right...?

The gameplay in Luigi s mansion is similar to the classic film Ghostbusters. To deal with the ghosts, Luigi has a modified vacuum cleaner strapped to his back. To catch a ghost, you must stun it with your flashlight, and then trap it in your beam. Each room in the mansion has its own set of ghosts and puzzles to solve.

If only Luigi s life was so easy. The challenge comes when the ghosts cannot be stunned by your flashlight. They start to disappear when you look at them, so Luigi must figure out how he can catch them. For example, one particular ghost can only be caught when he is yawning, so Luigi must bide his time and then pounce.

To add more gameplay depth, Luigi can learn how to use fire, water and ice. Using the correct element helps you capture ghosts and the same holds true for certain element-based puzzles.

There's a lot of spooks to catch and a lot of collectibles to unearth, so make sure you use the Game Boy Horror's map on your touch screen to search every area, and activate its Boo Radar so you leave no ghost undiscovered.

It's finally Luigi's chance to be the hero, but he needs your help and your courage!