Review

Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD is a welcome return to an old haunt

Nintendo’s latest remaster is an accomplished journey back to the Year of Luigi

General producer
Shinya Takahashi
Key Credits
Joss Ellis (Director of development), Sylvia Chong (Art director)
4 / 5
Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD is a welcome return to an old haunt

Luigi's Mansion 2 HD is another strong Nintendo remaster which doesn't mess around with the original too much, but delivers enough improvements (particularly in terms of visual detail) to make it a worthwhile release. The controls still aren't perfect and Luigi's Mansion 3 is the better game but the sheer charm crammed into every crevice means it's still absolutely worth a look.

  • A notable visual upgrade compared to the 3DS version
  • Luigi's animations (and humming) make him an endearing protagonist
  • A decent length campaign, with plenty of replay value
  • ScareScraper mode is a nice change of pace
  • Controls are still a bit fiddly
  • Lack of 3DS depth can make it hard to aim at floating objects
4 / 5
Version tested
Nintendo Switch
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