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Luigi's Mansion
Luigis Mansion
Series Game Grumps
Console GameCube
Episodes 16 (currently)
Playlist Luigi's Mansion
Run October 26, 2014 - November 20, 2014
Status Quit


Luigi's Mansion is a GameCube game, the sixtieth game played by Danny and Arin, and the 132nd series on Template:Game Grumps. The first seven episodes were done under their Ghoul Grumps series, and all episodes afterwards are considered to be part of the regular Game Grumps show.

The game was sent into the show by Ethan Monte, Adam Cheney, Tommy Mays, Matthew Laudwig, Austin & Autumn Baker, Jesse Rouez, Nathan Galindo, Allison Fitner, and Colin Campbell.

EpisodesEdit

  1. Give Me a Sign!
  2. Clear the Room!
  3. Droppin' Pearls
  4. Can't Be Tamed
  5. Ghost in the Sack
  6. Bamboozled
  7. Goofy Ghosts
  8. A Boo Bomb!
  9. Flying Rats
  10. Ice Ghosts!
  11. Super Balls
  12. Exploding Toilets
  13. Wall of Punches
  14. Light Them Candles!
  15. Old Bitty
  16. Unsolved Mysteries

TriviaEdit

  • This marks the second time Game Grumps played the same game, this time almost, at the same time as Peanut Butter Gamer on his PBGGameplay channel (the other was The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD ).
  • This is the second game to be played for a holiday series and later on the main Game Grumps series after said series ended for that year.

Game InformationEdit

Luigi's Mansion, known as Luigi Mansion (ルイージマンション Ruīji Manshon) in Japan, is an action-adventure game published by Nintendo for the GameCube. It was the first game in the Mario franchise to be released for Nintendo GameCube. It was released in Japan on September 14, 2001, in North America on November 18, 2001, and in Europe on May 3, 2002. The game was a launch title for the GameCube, and the second title in the Mario franchise where Luigi is the main character, instead of Mario, the first and third being Mario is Missing! and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, respectively.

The game takes place in a haunted mansion when Luigi wins a contest that he never entered. He told his brother to meet him there to celebrate his victory. Luigi is searching for his brother, Mario, who came to the mansion earlier, but went missing. To help Luigi on his quest, an old professor named Elvin Gadd or E. Gadd has equipped him with the "Poltergust 3000", a vacuum cleaner used for capturing ghosts, and a "Game Boy Horror", a device used for communicating with E. Gadd. He also uses it as a map and to examine ghosts.

Luigi's Mansion was relatively well received by reviewers, despite being criticized for its length. The game has sold over 2.5 million copies, and is the fifth best-selling Nintendo GameCube game in the United States. It was one of the first games to be re-released as a Player's Choice title on the system. The game was later followed by a sequel entitled Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, released for the Nintendo 3DS in 2013.

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