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US: Luigi’s Mansion For Nintendo 3DS Coming 12th October

This October, everyone’s favorite video game scaredy-cat Luigi is returning to a haunted mansion he hasn’t visited since 2001. In the Luigi’s Mansion game, a Nintendo 3DS remake of the spooky Nintendo GameCube game, Luigi must enter a sprawling mansion equipped with nothing but his trusty flashlight and Poltergust 3000, a vacuum-like contraption used to capture ghosts, find treasure and solve puzzles.

This is the first time the Nintendo GameCube classic can be played on the go. This updated version of the game includes the same classic adventure, but with some added features perfect for Nintendo’s popular portable systems. Using the bottom touch screen on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, players can view the mansion map.

In the new Gallery Battle Mode, exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Luigi will have the ability to re-challenge boss ghosts that were defeated in the game.

Luigi’s Mansion will launch for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems at a suggested retail price of $39.99. For more information about the game, visit

Source: PR

42 thoughts on “US: Luigi’s Mansion For Nintendo 3DS Coming 12th October”

  1. Anyone find it strange how the last time Nintendo really talked about the 3DS was the, I think March, Direct where this was first announced?

    I don’t ;)

      1. Pretty defensive. I was making a joke that I haven’t for months. I’m also loving being proven right time and again.

                              1. It’s the same thing as any living being. As they get closer to the end they slow down. All the signs are there. You’re in denial.

                                  1. Denying that’s it’s close to the end. I’ve never said there’s nothing coming. Only that it’s very noticeably less than years before which is in line with what happens when a system is close to the end.

                                        1. Also the fact that what is coming is mostly remakes, late localizations, and games that are confirmed to be the last in their series to be released for 3DS. Also staples like Pokémon and Yokai Watch moving to Switch.

                                                1. You’re ignoring all of my valid points. What’s happening to the 3DS is what’s happened to every system near the end. Breath of the Wild still being released on the Wii U didn’t mean anything for how close the end was.

                                                    1. Whatever, if you can’t see the differences between how things are being done now I might as well stop here. Once again, brick wall.

                                                      I’m done here.

                                    1. Sad it’s not on Switch, but I’m picking this up regardless. I sold my original copy years ago and never wanted to commit to spending a lot of money to get a new copy, so this is a good game for me

                                    2. Even though I don’t really like Luigi, I must say his games are delightful. Although I would have prefered Luig’s Mansion on Switch.

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