Luigi's Mansion 3
Luigi's Mansion 3 is a beautifully animated adventure with satisfying puzzles and gadgets; it suffers slightly for its length, but a deep well of charm and humour win the day.
This is a huge step up for a franchise that has always been enjoyable but never felt special. Well, Luigi's Mansion 3 is special. It's a spooky adventure full of top-notch puzzles and so much charm that you'll be convinced by the end that maybe Luigi has been the best brother all along.
Mario's easily spooked sibling takes on a luxury hotel full of wonderfully memorable creepy characters in the series' best game yet
Luigi's Mansion 3 is incredibly charming and the best evolution of the series to date. Every corner of the Last Resort Hotel has secrets and the gems can be incredibly difficult to find. If you're coming for the hilarious cutscenes, you'll stay to explore every floor of what this game has to offer.
The Switch-exclusive Luigi's Mansion 3 is a fun and charming co-op adventure that plays like a kid-friendly survival-horror game.
Professor E Gadd and new clone Gooigi are among the inventive innovations aiding Mario's timid twin. A breath of life for the hunt-and-chase format
Luigi’s Mansion 3 is far and away the best entry in the series.
Once you check in, you won't want to check out. Luigi's Mansion 3 is a vibrant interactive CGI movie, beautifully-designed brainteaser, and top-notch action game, all rolled into one. The game isn't perfect, but its frustrating moments are brief and don't tarnish the experience as a whole. Luigi's Mansion 3 stands shoulder to shoulder with Switch must-haves like Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey – it's scary good.
In a year of stunning Switch games, Luigi's Mansion 3's puzzles and charm more than stack up alongside the incredible Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Link's Awakening. We're so glad the franchise is back, and it's made the jump to HD with style - who knew tidying up could be this fun?
Luigi's Mansion 3 is a great continuation of the cult game with fascinating puzzles, interesting bosses and very beautiful levels, which lacks a more interconnected world. However, it is all better than the second game, so if you like Dark Moon or you love the adventure genre, then you can buy a triquel without hesitation.
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