Luigi's Mansion 3

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The hotel is haunted. Mario is missing. And our only hope is…Luigi?!
Luigi’s invited to the towering Last Resort hotel, but when Mario and 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.

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 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, break through defenses with the Suction Shot, and blow back 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 2-player co-op
Up to 8 players can work together to ascend the Scarescaper 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

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Last Modified: May 16, 2024

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what fun it is to vacuum everything
Luigi's Mansion 3 is the best looking game on the Switch. The lighting is crazy good and environments always had my jaw to the floor. This game feels super similar to a LEGO game because of its collectables and swarms of easy enemies. Although I miss the darker and dreadful feeling of the first entry, I can appreciate this new, cartoonish direction. I got through all of the game, but just barely. The beginning of the game would have you believing that you'll snake through floors out of order and sometimes bleed missions across multiple levels. Unfortunately, this isn't the case once you get a couple hours in. Near the end, I felt it was tedious and at some points had to force myself over the finish line. The puzzles are legitimately difficult and creative. This is a perfect game for couples or for a parent and child.
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