Luigi's Mansion 3
Luigi's Mansion 3
Mario is missing
4.5 Review



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Nintendo Co., Ltd.

7.4 GB

Oct 31, 2019


  • Switch

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Luigi's Mansion 3 is a 2019 action-adventure video game developed by Next Level Games and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It is the third main installment in the Luigi's Mansion series following Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.


Luigi’s invited to the towering Last Resort hotel, but when Mario and his friends go missing, our green-clad hero will have to conquer his fears to save them! Slam, blow away, and vacuum up ghosts with the all-new Poltergust G-00, and join forces with Gooigi to overcome the puzzling contraptions and mischievous boss on each themed floor. And that’s just the Last Resort. Enter the ScareScraper for 8-player local wireless or online co-op gameplay.

How to play

Luigi's Mansion 3 is an action-adventure game, in which players control the character of Luigi from a fixed third-person perspective, as they capture ghosts across a large hotel setting. The game features two modes of gameplay - a single-player story mode, and a set of multiplayer game modes - in which ghost-catching functions in the same manner as previous installments: players stun ghosts with Luigi's Strobulb, snag them with his Poltergust, and weaken their health down to 0 to capture them.


See if you can defeat all the ghosts, rescue all the toads, or clear other objectives before time runs out ... in the ScareScraper! And for more mini-game madness, compete on teams at the ScreamPark! Whether you play with friends or wander the hotel alone, you’ll be sucked in by the atmospheric music and ghoulish décor of every cobwebby corner you explore. Why not take in the cinematic sights and sounds with a friend? In the main adventure, you and a friend can play together as Luigi and Gooigi in a two-player co-op! Gooigi can walk on spikes, slip through tight spaces, and help Luigi overcome obstacles he can’t tackle alone. Never hurts to have a friend in this hotel; it may not be very spooky, but Luigi begs to differ!


➤  Catch ghosts and solve puzzles to rescue Mario and friends in the Last Resort hotel

➤  Each floor of this towering hotel is themed, from the décor to the puzzles to boss!

➤  Utilize the functions of the all-new Poltergust G-00: Pummel ghosts with a Slam, breakthrough defenses with the Suction Shot, and blowback groups with a Burst

➤  Luigi can call upon and control Gooigi, his all-green doppelganger, who can do what Luigi can’t

➤  Gooigi can slip through tight spaces, walk on spikes, and help Luigi overcome obstacles

➤  Change between Luigi and Gooigi in single player, or let a friend play as Gooigi for a 2-player co-op

➤  Up to 8 players can work together to ascend the ScareScraper via local wireless or online

➤  It’s Team Luigi vs. Team Gooigi in a mini-game battle to see which is the ultimate team of ghost hunters

Editors' Review

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In the game, players take on the role of Luigi, who must explore a haunted hotel, incorporate different themes on each floor, and rescue his friends from the ghosts that inhabit it after a group of people are lured there for a vacation by King Boo. In addition to some returning gameplay elements from previous installments, the game includes several new features, including additional ghost-catching action, an ectoplasmic diversionary assistant called Gooigi, and expanded multiplayer features that allow players to play cooperatively and competitively locally and online.


The game will never stray from its roots as hunting and chasing adventure, but Nintendo has tried to breathe new life into the format, and it's these changes that elevate the game. Despite the familiarity of its predecessors, there's a lot to love in the third installment of the adventure series that puts Mario's timid twin in charge. You can still guide the character through the uniquely themed sections of the building, relying on his flashlight and versatile Poltergust vacuum cleaner to remove ghosts.


The most innovative addition is Gooigi, a glowing gummy bear clone made of goo. Previously seen in the 3DS version of Luigi's Mansion, his malleability allows Gooigi to squeeze through grates and pipes to help solve puzzles and reach previously inaccessible areas. the presence of Gooigi greatly enhances the experience, especially when playing in co-op mode, where you can work with a friend and explore different parts of the room at the same time. While many of the puzzles are simple, some have no obvious solution, so the ability to summon a second set of eyes to find clues is a welcome addition.


It's also very beautiful, with excellent lighting and fog effects, plenty of different styles of environments to explore, and the expected cartoon character animations. The game's carefully detailed levels, featuring themes ranging from ancient Egypt to the Middle Ages to modern Hollywood, also have more depth than their predecessors. Each level, including the one set in the sewers, has its own unique serene beauty that invites you to explore every corner. each hotel floor in Luigi's Mansion 3 is filled with detail and just enough ambient lighting to capture the haunted atmosphere without leaving me fumbling around in the dark. Whenever a ghost appears, the room is filled with a transcendent glow.


Sure, Luigi's Mansion 3 gets off to a bit of a slow start, as setting the scene with evil hotel owners Hellen Gravely and Professor E. Gadd takes a lot of time and takes you through the basics of the game. However, once you have your broken ghost vacuum backpack and flashlight, you're ready to enter most of the 17 floors of the fantastic adventure. Better yet, with each level up, the hotel gets stranger and the puzzles more complex. Simple scenes of finding a locked door key on lower floors turn into complex, object-based puzzles on higher floors.


You may get a little bored; the game is slow-paced and the solutions to most of the mandatory puzzles may not burden you too much at all. However, deeper into the game, things start to get better. The simple puzzles are still there, but they are usually presented in a way that forces you to think twice, and sometimes even to second-guess yourself. In terms of mainline gameplay, the solutions are usually relatively simple, but the execution is often clever.


Luigi's Poltergust is a backpack with a vacuum cleaner attachment that can suck up almost anything: trash, sand, or ghosts. It can rip curtains from the wall or turn a large valve to change the water level. He also has a suction cup that then attaches to my vacuum so I can tip over furniture or flip a switch, a magnified flashlight to stun ghosts and a flashing dim light that reveals secrets when its beam shines on them.


These are simple tools, but Luigi's Mansion 3 never stops finding creative ways for me to use them. Depending on my level of imagination, a blast of air could also be used for a cart with wheels or to unfold a large leaf for Luigi to walk through. A gust of air could open the service counter so I could dive into the front desk.


Better yet, most floors have a unique and challenging boss standing between you and the elevator leading to the next story. Medieval knights, prehistoric cavemen, real pirate sharks - there's no doubt that the boss ghosts are the highlight of the entire game. It's amazing how many creative and clever Boss battles are possible with just the use of vacuum cleaners. Each match is memorable, dramatic, and even quite challenging, and upon completing them, you'll receive a new elevator button that allows you to travel to the next floor. Each boss is full of personality and will leave you wanting to see what the next area has in store for you despite the odds.


Luigi's Mansion 3 is very fun, very charming, and very cleverly designed. One of my favorite things about Luigi's Mansion 3 is that it never lets you do the same thing for very long. The overall ghost types may only be a small percentage, but because of the environment they fight you in and their accessories, you are often forced to adjust your strategy to make them vulnerable so you can suck them up, pound them around the room, and capture them.


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