Perhaps many people are familiar with the character Luigi through the journey to rescue the princess in the Mario game. The image of a plumber guy who started his journey with his brother to rescue the princess is so familiar. But Mario has got other titles with different roles that players can choose. Then Nintendo could not let Luigi be inferior to his brother, and so the game Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon was born. This game, the player will see a completely different story with quite the image of this guy. This game was produced in 2013 exclusively for the 3DS platform for players to experience. With an image of a brave warrior, Luigi has received a lot of attention from players around the world. The clearest proof is that the game’s sales have reached 5.45 million worldwide purchases. This has shown the attraction of the game to the gaming community around the world.
In many games, no matter which version, whether new or old, there is a common point in keeping the story. But this time, players will experience a different story, something scary but exciting for you to feel. King Boo was freed, and he broke the Dark Moon, which was used to keep the ghosts inside. The spirits released from that made Evershade Valley no longer livable because the people felt scared. So, Dr. E. Gadd equipped Luigi with a Poltergust 5000 vacuum cleaner, but not for cleaning up the dirt, but for sucking ghosts and capturing them. Players will control Luigi to go to the villas to suck the ghosts into Poltergust 5000.
In the game, there are five different villas haunted so that players can explore. Players will have the task of going there to catch the ghosts, and if the player fainted, then you have to start from the beginning. Players need to try to avoid confrontation with ghosts but sneaky to attack them. Players also have one more task that is looking for the fragments of the Dark Moon to lock the ghosts once again.