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Luigi’s Mansion 3 finally has a release date. The game will launch worldwide on October 31, Nintendo just announced.

While Nintendo will have Luigi’s Mansion 3 ready for Halloween, that date is a bit atypical. We see Nintendo’s games arrive on Fridays, so this is a bit out of the norm.

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You may recall Luigi’s Mansion 3 producer Kensuke Tanabe mentioning that Gooigi is edible. Tanabe has since stated that “it might taste like coffee.” That does make sense in a way, as Gooigi became sentient after Professor E. Gadd spilled coffee on energy extracted from ghosts.

Perhaps Luigi’s Mansion 3 won’t be the final time we see Gooigi. Tanabe told The Verge: “There might be a Gooigi-only spinoff perhaps, with all different colors. Gooigi Power Rangers.”

As one final note, we have a few words from the Luigi’s Mansion 3 developers regarding what happens when Gooigi is actually brought out. Tanabe thinks that Luigi passes out, but producer Yoshihito Ikebata said “the essence of Luigi is sending Gooigi directions.”

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Nintendo has yet to give Luigi’s Mansion 3 a proper release date. Aside from confirming a 2019 launch, the company hasn’t said when exactly we can expect the Switch game.

Amazon Mexico may have some insight. According to the retailer, Luigi’s Mansion 3 is on track for October 4.

We’re generally wary of posting unconfirmed retailer release dates, but there could be something to Amazon Mexico’s listing. For one thing, the site previously leaked South Pack: The Fractured But Whole and RPG Maker MV for Switch. October 4 is also a Friday, so it’s a realistic date. We would still advise maintaining some skepticism, but it’ll be interesting to see if this pans out.

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At E3 2019, Nintendo kindly invited us to their booths for a private look at their most important upcoming titles of the year. In part three of this series, we’ll be taking a look at the spookiest game from Nintendo this year: Luigi’s Mansion 3.

You can check out footage of Oni Dino playing games from E3 on our YouTube and hear Oni Dino chat about E3 impressions from the show floor and more on our weekly podcast (available on iTunes, Spotify, and many more platforms).

For more detailed impressions of Luigi’s Mansion 3, check below the break.

E3 has come and gone, but some outlets are still coming out with content from the event. Gamespot had a chance to sit down with two key figures involved with Luigi’s Mansion 3: producer Kensuke Tanabe and the game’s supervisor, Yoshihito Ikebata. You can find the full interview here; below are some of the highlights:

Almost every 2019 game featured in the E3 Nintendo Direct was given a release date. However, there was one notable exception: Luigi’s Mansion 3. Some fans might be wondering why we haven’t found out when it’s coming out yet.

Speaking with Polygon, Nintendo’s Bill Trinen said that Next Level Games is “putting a lot of care into the game. We want to let them put the care into it they want, so we’re waiting on them to let us know and we’ll solidify the release date.”

Having Luigi’s Mansion 3 ready for Halloween would certainly make a lot of sense. We’ll have to want and see if the next ends up meeting that release window.

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GameXplain has published a new video with Nintendo Treehouse’s Nate Bihldorff for a play session of Luigi’s Mansion 3, which you can find below. Bihldorff also addressed a number of topics, including the game’s story, structure, mechanics, if there will be amiibo support, and more.

One of the Nintendo games we were able to try out at E3 2019 this week was Luigi’s Mansion 3. For a look at the game’s demo, check out the video below.

Hello my beautiful Banjos and Kazooies! This week is post E3, and we have so much to talk about, it’s not even fair to our monthly data cap! Oni talks first-hand experiences on the Show Floor and discusses the entirety of the Nintendo E3 Direct and then some with Galen!

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Nintendo has shared a short interview with a pair of Luigi’s Mansion 3 developers. Producer Kensuke Tanabe and supervisor Yoshihito Ikebata discussed how the hotel concept came to be, what makes Luigi a compelling character to play as, and more.

Here’s the full interview: