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Luigi Mansion 2 3ds Roml



The game's plot revolves around Luigi defeating King Boo once again while collecting shards of the Dark Moon to restore peace to the ghosts of Evershade Valley. Unlike its predecessor, much of the gameplay revolves around completing missions in different haunted locations, as opposed to the entirety of the game's exploration taking place in a single mansion. However, capturing ghosts and collecting treasure remain major mechanics in the game.




Luigi Mansion 2 3ds Roml


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Professor E. Gadd has been researching ghosts in Evershade Valley, with some assistance from his friendly Greenies. When King Boo appears and shatters the Dark Moon, breaking it into six pieces and scattering them to each mansion of the valley, the once friendly ghosts become aggressive, forcing E. Gadd to retreat into his Bunker.


Luigi succeeds in capturing King Boo, claims the jewel from his crown, and returns to his dimension with Mario's painting. Luigi then meets up with E. Gadd at the Treacherous Mansion's Terrace. Mario is freed by Luigi's Dark-Light Device, and the Toad Assistants appear with the Dark Moon pieces. Luigi and the Toads then rebuild the Dark Moon, and the ghosts in Evershade Valley return to being friendly again. E. Gadd releases them from the Vault, and they start playing with Mario and company. Even the Polterpup who constantly disrupted Luigi throughout the mansions has become amiable, and he walks up to Luigi and whimpers. Luigi says, "Come here, doggie," resulting in the pup befriending Luigi. E. Gadd smiles as Mario gives Luigi a pat on the back, proud of his brother for overcoming his fears. Then, a Greenie comes in and takes a photo of Luigi and his allies. Luigi returns home and hangs the picture on his wall. He then goes to sleep on his couch, and his newly adopted Polterpup comes and naps with him.


In this game, the Dark Moon has shattered and Luigi needs to find the Dark Moon pieces. There are five mansions in the main game (with a separate sixth mansion being exclusive to multiplayer mode), which house multiple missions in them and share a puzzle-oriented theme. This game also introduces the Poltergust 5000, an upgrade to the 3000 model. Shining light via flashlight is no longer sufficient to stun the ghosts in the game; players now need to activate the Strobulb to stun ghosts. Luigi is also now able to jump while capturing a ghost to dodge incoming projectiles. The flashlight has another feature called the Dark-Light Device, which shines a rainbow colored light to find things such as the path of Boos or invisible objects. Luigi is also given the Dual Scream, which is an original Nintendo DS. It acts the same way as the Game Boy Horror and displays a map on the 3DS's bottom screen. Cash and gems help with the mission score, as well as with upgrades to the Poltergust 5000. There is also an "extra life" system. The Gold Bones found in certain objects serve as extra lives; this causes the Polterpup to take the bone and revive Luigi just by licking his face when Luigi loses all of his HP. Luigi can still yell using the D-pad, as well as hum with the music if standing still for a while. The various Toads that are trapped in paintings each have a different fear which requires more problem solving. There is a Boo in each mission that when captured works towards additional missions.


Unlike the first game, where there was only one mansion, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon features different themed mansions that Luigi can explore, thanks to E. Gadd's Pixelator teleport system. The game has six mansions in total (one mansion is exclusive to Multiplayer), each with a theme in a similar fashion to the mainstream Mario games, as well as a various number of missions within each mansion.


He then tasks Luigi to help him capture ghosts once more, equipped with the newly-built Poltergust 5000, Dark-Light Device and Strobulb. Luigi will travel through 5 different mansions in search of the Dark Moon pieces, fighting swarms of Boos and ghosts and solving puzzles along his journey.


There is now an upgrade to the Poltergust 3000, the Poltergust 5000. Simply shining the flashlight on ghosts no longer stuns them, so Luigi must activate the Strobulb function on his new and improved vacuum, allowing Luigi to stun and vacuum up any ghosts that stand in his way. Also, Luigi gains the Dark-Light Device, which can make any invisible object visible once again. This time around, Luigi must travel through five different mansions, each with their own theme, solve puzzles along the way and defeat Possessors and retrieve Dark Moon pieces. To suit the game's handheld capabilities, instead on exploring the mansions in one fowl swoop, it is now split up into missions, with 5 main missions and 1 boss battle in each mansion, (except for the Secret Mine, which only has 3 main missions and a boss battle).


Luigi is back and on a mission to remove a bunch of stubborn ghosts from some spooky mansions. Armed with the new Poltergust 5000, he will try to act brave as he bumbles his way through the darkness while trying to capture these pesky phantoms!


  • Join Luigi on a ghost-grabbing adventure in this spooky sequel to a GameCube classic

  • Stereoscopic 3D adds greater depth and atmosphere to the crumbling mansion surroundings

  • Use the Poltergust to uncover secrets, treasure, even new areas!

  • Figure out how to deal with a variety of ghastly ghosts and fiendish phantoms!

  • Play with up to three friends either locally or online and work together to clear the Scarescraper of pesky poltergeists!



The new Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon gives players multiple mansions to explore, a variety of puzzles to solve and new ghosts to capture. Armed with the Poltergust 5000, a ghost-sucking, vacuum-like invention, Luigi must complete a number of missions assigned to him by Professor E. Gadd.


A complex 3D Maze found in RomFS\art\levels\mansiona\room_treasureroom. Present is a chest, which awards you a modest amount of money, and a spring pad that launches you back to the beginning.


A barely-started bonus challenge found in RomFS\art\levels\mansionb\room_secretroom1. Aside from a textureless platform, it contains one of the Secret Mine teleporters, which crashes if interacted with.


Can be set to MansionA, MansionB, MansionC, MansionD or MansionE. If Smoke Test is enabled, the bottom screen map of that mansion will load, the debug string on the bottom screen will print the selected level, but the player will still end up in Gloomy Manor.


And finally, at the end of the 3DS section of the show, Nintendo threw a genuine curveball of a game announcement: Luigi's Mansion 2 is coming out. Yes, the sequel to the ubiquitous GameCube launch title is coming to the 3DS, complete with multiple mansions to explore and similar ghost-busting gameplay as the original.


In this game, the Dark Moon has shattered and Luigi needs to find the Dark Moon pieces. There are 5 mansions in the main game (with a separate sixth mansion being exclusive to multiplayer mode), which house multiple missions in them and share a puzzle-oriented theme. This game also introduces the Poltergust 5000, an upgrade to the 3000 model.[5] Shining light via flashlight is no longer sufficient to stun the ghosts in the game; players now need to activate the Strobulb to stun ghosts. Luigi is also now able to jump while capturing a ghost to dodge incoming projectiles.[6] The Flash Light has another feature called the Dark-Light Device, which shines a rainbow colored light to find things such as the path of Boos or invisible objects.[7] Luigi is also given the Dual Scream, which is an original Nintendo DS. It acts the same way as the Game Boy Horror and displays a map on the 3DS's bottom screen. Cash and gems help with the mission score, as well as with upgrades to the Poltergust 5000. There is also an "extra life" system. The Gold Bones found in certain objects serve as extra lives; this will cause the Polterpup to take the bone and revive Luigi just by licking his face when Luigi loses all of his HP.[8] Luigi can still yell using the D-pad, as well as hum with the music if standing still for a while[9]. The various Toads that are trapped in paintings each have a different fear which requires more problem solving. There is a Boo in each mission that when captured works towards additional missions.


There are five "mansions" to beat in this game. The mansions are vastly different from each other, and a couple may not even be considered mansions in the traditional sense. Each mansion has five levels and boss level (an exception is the Secret Mine which only has three levels before the boss level). The fifth mansion is immediately followed by the final boss fight.


Luigi is back on a mission to remove a bunch of stubborn ghosts from some super-spooky mansions in Luigi's Mansion 2 for Nintendo 3DS. Armed with his trusty "Poltergust" ghost-grabbing vacuum cleaner, Mario's brother takes centre stage to capture those pesky phantoms. Sure, Luigi's the nervous type who'd rather be as far from these ghosts as he can get, but a reluctant hero can still save the day! This hair-raising title is the first sequel to the 2002 Nintendo GameCube launch title, Luigi's Mansion, and brings back all the thrills of the original with bags of new fun features too. The stereoscopic 3D visuals bring the murky mansions, ghastly ghosts and spooky surroundings to life, so you can experience all the haunting chills and supernatural fun the game has to offer.


On luigis mansion dark moon it is very laggy, it is also my favorite game of all time, i know it is hard to emulate as is it is complicated but any frame rate gain i will take.:Enter a description of your issue here, in full detail.


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