What I’d Love To See In The Next Luigi’s Mansion Game

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Tuesday!

Ever since Luigi’s Mansion 3 was announced, I’ve speculated and wondered how different the game was going to be compared to the first two. Dark Moon was vastly different from the original Luigi’s Mansion and yet, they were still both the same – same mansion setting, similar ghosts, etc.

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Luigi’s Mansion 3 was so different from the first two games. The ghosts were similar even though they had different styles and slightly different powers. It was set in a large hotel rather than a mansion that is, surprisingly, smaller than the hotel. The game was much longer than the first two games which were a treat.

And yet, after playing through Luigi’s Mansion 3 there were some things I would have loved to see more of. I loved this game, don’t get me wrong, but I already started thinking of some ways they could improve upon the hotel again.

In Dark Moon, E. Gadd lived in the mansion in harmony with the ghosts. The ghosts go bad again when King Boo takes the Dark Moon out of the sky. The Dark Moon, of course, was what kept the ghosts nice.

I don’t know if something like that would fly if Luigi and company were tricked into going back to the hotel and E. Gadd magically is there again. Maybe they go on another vacation and King Boo and Helen Gravelly somehow escaped and try all over again.

However they do it, I would love another hotel setting. Whether it has more than 15 floors or each floor is expanded upon and much bigger than in Luigi’s Mansion 3, I would love to go back to the hotel theme of the game. But there are a few things I would love to see done differently.

More ghosts

In Luigi’s Mansion, there were a ton of ghosts and they came at you like crazy whenever you entered a new room. Dark Moon was similar, though I think that game had less ghosts… but they were trickier, in my opinion. (At least that’s what I remember. I haven’t played Dark Moon in a long time.)

Luigi’s Mansion 3 had only a handful of ghosts. Not even a handful, I don’t think. They were few and far between too when it came to them actually attacking Luigi. It made the game easier in a way and I would have loved to have a more variety of ghosts.

More guests and more suites

In the first Luigi’s Mansion game, the boss ghosts were people who lived in the mansion. I’m sure they were a big, happy family once upon a time. There was a husband and wife plus their child, a grandmother, and so many other people.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 had people who worked at the hotel – a bellhop, the maid, a security guard… but what about the people who attend the hotel?

If they make another Luigi’s Mansion game I want it to be based in an abandoned hotel. I don’t know how, but people attending the hotel died and never left.

This means I want more suites. All the floors in Luigi’s Mansion 3 had rooms but only the fifth floor looked the most like normal suites. What about a honeymoon suite and the newlywed couple staying the week? What about people on business trips or staying for a convention or something? Or how about the loud people staying in the room next door to yours?

I would love to see what sort of guests this hotel attracts.

Honestly, that’s about it. That’s really all I can think of. I want more variety of ghosts and see more personalities of ghosts.

Aside from the elevator buttons and certain floors, the atmosphere didn’t feel much like a hotel to me. I miss Luigi engaging more with the boss ghosts like he did with some of them in the first game.

Overall, I wouldn’t change anything about Luigi’s Mansion 3, per se. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with that game. I’m wishful thinking a fourth game will be made at some point. If it does happen, give me a bigger hotel and more hotel guests.

What would you like to see in the next Luigi’s Mansion game? Let me know in the comments below! If you liked this post, please share it around.

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