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Luigi's Mansion Japanese overview trailer features six minutes of ghoulish action

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There's something strange in the neighbourhood

Nintendo Japan has released a lengthy trailer taking a look at the upcoming spook-fest Luigi's Mansion 3, which is heading to Switch in time for the creepiest night of them all, Halloween.

The near-six minute video features a little bit of background plot as to the events of Luigi's latest ghostbustin' adventure, followed by gameplay highlighting some of the haunted hotel's locations, puzzles and, of course, ghoulish denizens. Fortunately, Luigi isn't alone on this journey, as he will be helped out by his delicious looking jelly friend, Gooigi, who can be controlled by a second player for co-op action

You can check out the new footage below, although fans eager to get in on the action might want to stay spoiler-free. There's not too much longer to go until release day, after all.


Luigi's Mansion 3 launches on Nintendo Switch October 31.

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