Luigi’s spooky adventure is available now for North American audiences.
Nintendo’s Luigi Mansion is now available on the 3DS, bringing the cult-classic GameCube title to handhelds in remade form. There’s plenty to beware in Luigi’s first spooky outing, but fortunately, he has the Poltergust 3000, Professor E. Gadd, and brotherly love to guide him. Check out the trailer below.
Along with outlining the gameplay mechanics, such as switching between the Original and Strobulb light, the trailer provides a closer look at some of the entities haunting the mansion. Some are familiar, like the iconic Boo, while others include body-builders, dancing couples, and “fried rice enthusiasts”. Exercise caution, because these ghosts aren’t messing around.
The usual four stages and training areas are included, but the 3DS remake also includes stereoscopic 3D support and Amiibo functionality. That’s on top of the new graphics, an in-game map that’s viewable on the touch-screen, and a boss rush mode. Luigi’s Mansion is available now for the Nintendo 3DS in North America, and will arrive in Europe on October 19th. Keep in mind that a true sequel, Luigi’s Mansion 3, is slated for the Nintendo Switch in 2019.