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Luigi's Mansion (2001)

Ruîgi manshon (original title)
Luigi receives a letter one day, informing him he has won a mansion as the grand prize in a contest. Luigi is puzzled; he never entered a contest. But anyway, he tells Mario, and invites ... See full summary »

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Luigi / Mario (voice)
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Toad (voice)
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Luigi receives a letter one day, informing him he has won a mansion as the grand prize in a contest. Luigi is puzzled; he never entered a contest. But anyway, he tells Mario, and invites him over. When Luigi arrives at his mansion, he discovers that it is haunted with malevolent ghosts and Mario is trapped somewhere inside. Wielding a flashlight and a specialized vacuum called the "Poltergust 3000" he walks through the dark rooms and hallways, exterminating ghosts and searching for his brother. Written by Thomas O'Rourke

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18 November 2001 (USA)  »

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The Nintendo Gamecube was the first non-handheld console to launch without a game starring the company's mascot, Mario. Instead, Nintendo launched the system with Luigi's Mansion, starring Mario's normally overshadowed brother. See more »

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When Luigi releases the Boos from the Storage room, he screams a second too early. See more »

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Luigi: [examining Toad] You know... I never noticed how cute those red polka dots look on top!
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References Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988) See more »

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Athletic Theme
from Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988)
Written by Koji Kondo
Performed by Melody Pianissima on piano
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Pretty good, but a bit too hard.
3 May 2009 | by (I Don't Know Where I'm From) – See all my reviews

I know what you're probably thinking, I know. It's about time Luigi gets his own game (not including Mario Is Missing for the SNES a long time ago). This is a pretty good game, and it is actually a classic except for the fact that I get stuck quite often in this. Like for example, the boss battle with the baby. I do not know what to do to beat the baby to move on. Little kids will probably be scared of this game, so don't let them play it. It definitely delivers a scary, cool atmosphere, but for little kids this is definitely a no, for both challenges and scariness.

8/10 or: B+


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