Luigi’s Mansion 3 Game Preview
Nintendo provided Mommy In Los Angeles Magazine a copy of Luigi’s Mansion 3
In anticipation of Nintendo’s Luigi’s Mansion 3 release, the company hosted a one-of-a-kind preview party on Friday, October 18 in Los Angeles where guests had a chance to play the game and slam, blow away, and vacuum up ghosts and join forces with Gooigi, Luigi’s all-green doppelganger, who can do things that Luigi can’t, like slip through tight spaces and walk on spikes.
The Luigi’s Mansion 3 Preview party was held at the Carondelet House which was effectively transformed into the haunted hotel setting of the video game. Guests in attendance were invited to step through a spooky “elevator” that led into a Luigi-themed game zone equipped with dozens of screens and Nintendo Switch controllers for kids and adults alike to test their gaming skills on this latest game of the Luigi’s Mansion franchise.
Luigi’s Mansion 3 launches exclusively for the Nintendo Switch game system on October 31.
“This is the coolest haunted house ever,” said Benjamin David, age six. “The game is a little bit hard but Gooigi will help you pass to the next level.”
The game’s objective is for Luigi to save his brother Mario & friends by getting through the haunted hotel’s seventeen floors. He can do so with the help of his Polterpup, Gooigi and his powerful vacuum-type weapon, the Poltergust G-00.
During Friday’s event, a photo backdrop activation in the venue’s backyard offered guests a chance to pose in front of ghosts carrying a life-sized Poltergust G-00.
Here are additional things gamers can expect of Luigi’s Mansion 3 as highlighted on the Nintento website:
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,
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.
The game was developed by Next Level Games and published by Nintendo. You can learn more about it, or better yet, pre-order here.