The original 'Luigi's Mansion' is coming to Nintendo 3DS

09 March, 2018, 09:31 | Author: Julian Harrison
  • Nintendo Direct Luigi’s Mansion Remake Coming to Nintendo 3DS This Year

Luigi's Mansion on 3DS looks almost identically to the original, but instead will be playable on the go with the 3DS.

Luigi's Mansion will be released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2018 and is immediately available on the GameCube. The game has never been released outside of the GameCube, even digitally, marking the first time that many playes will get to experience it.

The original Luigi's Mansion is getting re-released on Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo announced during a Nintendo Direct Thursday. This remake has an updated look and new features, like a map that displays on the bottom screen and a boss rush mode.




Luigi's Mansion is no stranger to the Nintendo 3DS - a sequel by Next Level Games titled Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon came out on the Nintendo 3DS a half-decade ago, on March 24, 2013. If this game includes any additional significant new content, Nintendo isn't quite ready to reveal what that content may be at this time.

It feels like the 3DS should be riding off into the sunset, but the consistently strong console sales and the large install base mean that Nintendo are compelled to keep looking after the system with new game announcements. The Luigi's Mansion 3DS remake is schedule to launch sometime this year.

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