As if we weren’t excited enough for Luigi’s Mansion 3, We finally have 12 minutes of gameplay footage which shows the multiplayer ScreamPark style off, and it appears enjoyable.
The Lengthy gameplay footage sees Nintendo reps divide into groups to determine which team can efficiently cleared the world of ghosts.
Ghost Hunt sees teams compete to earn the most points by sucking up the most precious ghosts, Cannon Barrage tasks teams together with collecting, loading, and firing cannonballs at targets to make the maximum points and Coin Floating tasks teams with collecting coins and avoiding mines on pool floaties.
Like Mario Party mini-games, it’s Pretty basic things, which is what makes Nintendo party games so available to diverse crowds. Simple to learn fast, but perfectly balanced for players of all expertise levels to compete. The fact that you may play as differently-colored Gooigis in maps out of Luigi’s Mansion 3 only sweetens the deal.
ScreamPark is Only One part of Luigi’s Mansion 3 multiplayer suite.