Luigi's Mansion 3
Summary: Luigi is back and still terrified, much to the delight of fans. He manages to put on a brave face and deliver the series' best entry to date. Luigi's Mansion 3 looks, plays, and sounds excellent, and the addition of co-op makes it all the better.
New layers to the Luigi's Mansion formula, like co-op, make this the best game in the series.
That Nintendo Charm
Though it takes place in a hotel, it plays more like a smile factory.
Every floor of the hotel is like transporting to a new world.
Top Critic Average
Luigi's Mansion 3 is so fun, charming, and smartly designed that I hope we get more than three of these every 20 years.
A new spin on the series sees Next Level Games serve up character and charm in abundance.
A wonderful single-player and co-op adventure that’s entirely self-contained and effortlessly charming from beginning to end.
Luigi's Mansion 3 takes you on a memorable spooky adventure packed full of creative puzzles, fantastic level designs, and oodles of charm.
Creative environmental puzzles and unique boss battles make this a rewarding experience from start to finish
Luigi's first ghost-filled adventure on Switch offers up another satisfying blend of exploration and puzzle-solving.
It took three games, but Luigi’s Mansion 3 has that Nintendo magic
It’s the sheer variety of experiences in Luigi’s Mansion 3 that keeps it entertaining throughout. While you might at first think you’re in for a repetitive time as you go through the first few floors and find nothing but standard hotel rooms, things get quite unexpected as you continue higher and higher.
Luigi's Mansion 3 occasionally suffers because of its fixed camera and a ghastly boss fight here and there, but the "goo" overwhelms the bad in this haunting adventure. Sucking up stuff with your Poltergust is still satisfying, and slamming ghosts into each other feels so right. Add buckets of charm, and you have a game that proves—yet again—that Luigi is the superior Mario Brother.