The game sees players taking on the role of Luigi who must explore a haunted hotel, incorporating different themes on each floor, and rescue his friends from the ghosts that inhabit it, after the group is tricked into visiting it for a vacation by an old foe. The game received critical acclaim from critics and was nominated for several awards, even winning the award for "Best Family Game" at The Game Awards As of September, , the game sold over seven million copies worldwide. Luigi's Mansion 3 is an action-adventure game , in which players control the character of Luigi from a fixed third-person perspective, as they capture ghosts across a large hotel setting. The game features two modes of gameplay — a single-player story mode, and a set of multiplayer game modes — in which ghost catching functions in the same manner as previous installments: players stun ghosts with Luigi's flashlight, snag them with his Poltergust, and weaken their health down to 0 in order to capture them. In the single-player story mode, players explore a large hotel with 17 floors — each floor consists of a different theme and atmosphere, and a variety of ghosts, including a boss ghost that the player must defeat. Unlike the story mode of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon , which focused on pre-defined mission structure of gameplay across several mansions, Luigi's Mansion 3 is more open-ended allowing for greater exploration of the game's setting, with the only restriction being that players cannot explore floors in the hotel via the elevator until they have found the button that allows access to it; the hotel's main lobby and basement are the only floors to have a staircase between them that circumvents the need for the elevator. Treasure can be found during exploration of the hotel's floor from various objects and solving some puzzles, including special gems on each floor, alongside the capture of Boos a regular enemy in the Marioverse , while Luigi can find hearts to recover health lost from the attacks of ghosts and other environmental hazards. Some of the features introduced by Dark Moon are available in the game, including a stun charge function that can make ghost catching easier, and a darklight function that can reveal hidden items and animate certain portraits. New to the series include new functions to the Poltergust — an area burst attack that can help keep multiple enemies back; a suction cup attachment, which allows the player to fire a plunger onto obstacles and then remove them by using the Poltergust on the plunger's cord; and a slam attack, which allow players to slam ghosts they are capturing into the ground, both for greater damage as well as a weapon to hit other ghosts around them.
It is also the third video game where Luigi is the main character instead of Mario after the first Luigi's Mansion game and Mario is Missing! The game was released in Japan on March 20, , and later in that same month in most other major regions. In Dark Moon , the player controls Luigi, who is equipped with the Poltergust , a specialized vacuum cleaner used to capture ghosts.
The mission Quiet Please! Luigi is tasked with finding the source of some strange music in the Library and must find a way to get there, since the main entrance is covered in webs. Luigi while fighting two Poltergeists in the Library. For the location of the Boo, go here. Now that you've recovered the gears, we should be able to investigate. Use this crank to operate the access mechanism. Once you do that, you'll be able to access the north rooms of the Gloomy Manor. You hear that?
He sees around 50 patients a day and is always tired when gets home n wants peace and quiet. Will people have feelings about your interfaith marriage. This is because they gave up the structure of what made them desirable in the first place.