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Luigi's Mansion, Mario and Luigi, and Warioware are Coming to 3DS

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When Nintendo said that 3DS would keep getting support, nobody really believed them. After all, the same thing was said about the Gameboy Advance when the DS released and we all know what happened there. Yet, here we are, a full year after the Switch's release and we've got three new big game announcements for 3DS for 2018 and 2019.

Luigi's Mansion 3DS Screenshot

Perhaps the most unexpected announcement for 3DS is a remake of Gamecube classic Luigi's Mansion. Five years after the game's only sequel, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, 3DS owners are getting the original game. The game will largely stay true to the original, but the bottom screen will be utilized as a map and a new boss rush mode has also been added. We should see Luigi's Mansion on 3DS before the end of the year.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey 3DS

Another remake, to compliment the remake of Superstar Saga from last year, is coming from the Mario & Luigi series. Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey is coming to the 3DS in 2019. It's a remake of Bowser's Inside Story, which came out for the DS in 2009. It will feature the original game with updated graphics as well as a new "New Game+" mode from the persepective of Bowser Jr. After the release of this game, the only Mario & Luigi game not released for 3DS will be Partners In Time.

WarioWare Gold 3DS Screenshot

WarioWare Gold will launch on 3DS on August 3, 2018. It features 300 microgames (many from past games in the series) that use a variety of input methods. It also features voice-acting for characters, many of which are fan-favorites from past entries.

Stay tuned for more information and full coverage of Luigi's Mansion, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey, WarioWare Gold and other upcoming 3DS titles. You can check out the full Nintendo Direct below for the reaveal trailers and gameplay footage.

About the Author: Rial Johnson

Rial Johnson founded Nintendo Castle in 2011 with hopes to build the largest collection of Nintendo walkthroughs, guides, and content on the web. He is an avid gamer with a special place in his heart for Nintendo, but often finds himself writing about games more than actually playing them. You'll likely see him around Nintendo Castle and on social media, mostly managing the front-end content of the site.

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