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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Credited cast:
Charles Martinet ...
Luigi / Mario (voice)
Jen Taylor ...
Toad (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kazumi Totaka ...


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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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 »


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


King Boo: I will not give up my favorite decoration. I like Mario right where he is!
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References Lonesome Ghosts (1937) See more »


Underwater Theme
from Super Mario Bros. (1985)
Written by Koji Kondo
Performed by Melody Pianissima on piano
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Luigi's Mansion
11 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Now Luigi finally gets a solo video game and this time is it not a disappointment.

Luigi has always been the second player character when you play games like Super Mario Bros and Super Mario World and other Mario titles this time he gets his own game.

Luigi's Mansion centers on Luigi who gets a letter saying he has won a contest with his own Mansion although he never enters, When he gets to the mansion he realize that it is haunted and Mario is missing.

Now it is up to Luigi to find his brother aim with nothing but a flashlight and a Ghost Vacuum.

Nintendo GameCube being Nintendo's first CD based video game system it had to have games to make it fun and Luigi's Mansion proof to be a success.

The level designs give you the feel of being inside an haunted house and the ghost that follow you would make you turn around as they disappear.

Nintendo took their time to make sure the game shows the power of the GameCube

Also it is cool to have Luigi get his own game and this time is wasn't bad.

The graphics in the game are very well done with great level and character designs and the animation for the ghost are superb it like you were in a haunted house. The music and sound effects are superb and the controls work and gives you the feel of being scared when the game like you to be scared.

The game boss battles do take time to take down also you can get lost easy so you got to be careful where you are going and where you been.

Luigi's Mansion shows what the GameCube could do and is worth checking out.

Luigi's Mansion an 8 out of 10

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