Luigi's Mansion (2001)
"Ruîgi manshon" (original title)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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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Wielding a flashlight and a vacuum, you have one night to find Mario. But first you have to find your spine. See more »


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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: [Repeats this line several times in the mansion] Mario?
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References Zaat (1971) See more »

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Underwater Theme
from Super Mario Bros. (1985)
Written by Koji Kondo
Performed by Melody Pianissima on piano
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Very fun, very cute little game
9 March 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

While Mario gets zillions of games to himself every year, it's not often that Luigi gets his own lead, unless you count 1993's MARIO IS MISSING on the SNES.

In this cool little game, Luigi goes Ghostbusting in a haunted mansion (one of those Scooby-Doo types) that he has mysteriously won in a competition he didn't even enter. The mansion is crawling with spooks of all kinds but Luigi get's help from a crackpot inventor living nearby. Now armed with a special vacuum cleaner, Luigi must clear every room in the mansion and find his missing brother, who has apparently vanished inside.

The gameplay is simple and very easy to get the hang of. Some of the rooms you clean up require some extra investigation and puzzle solving so be sure to check everything (I though the piano room was a cool puzzle to solve) and use your Gameboy Horror to have a good look round.

The graphics in Luigi's Mansion may not be up to the standard of Super Mario Sunshine but they're still very, very smooth and look amazing. Some of the SFX look highly realistic and there's no loading times at all between scenes. The music sounds like it's been done on a Commodore 64 and doesn't sound all that great but it's a cute little theme and I thought it was very funny when Luigi would whistle it whenever it wasn't playing.

The mansion itself isn't that big and you'll finish the game in about a week, but when you have this much fun playing it is still worthwhile.


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