17 years since releasing on GameCube, the delightfully weird Luigi's Mansion returns on Nintendo 3DS for a new generation to play this quirky cult classic.
Luigi steps inside a haunted house in order to save his brother in the latest trailer for the returning classic Luigi's Mansion on 3DS.
Co-operative gameplay comes to Luigi's Mansion for both owners and non-owners of the new 3DS port of this spooky GameCube classic.
Nintendo revealed today that the Nintendo 3DS version of Luigi's Mansion will finally be launching on October 12.
Luigi's Mansion is coming to Nintendo 3DS, according to a reveal earlier today on the Nintendo Direct. Expect it to release in 2018.
After debuting on the GameCube and making a triumphant return on the Nintendo 3DS in 2013, Luigi's Mansion is set to spook up some more scares in arcades this summer thanks to a new look at the
Capcom is developing an arcade version of Luigi's Manshion in Japan and has been going through a location test from October 30 to November 3. Screenshots have appeared online earlier this morning.
Ever wondered what Luigi's Mansion would look like as a live-action movie? David Jewell has posted a clever rendition of the second Mario brother's spotlight game on his Youtube Channel, SAXjewell. The trailer features a sullen Luigi