Continuing a fine tradition of excellent games on 3DS, Nintendo is bringing Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Junior's Journey to the handheld.
Despite a number of theories suggesting Nintendo will kill the 3DS for Switch, today's Nintendo Direct revealed three titles to look forward to.
Luigi's map will be visible on the bottom screen of the 3DS and has been completely reworked from the ground up.
It feels like the 3DS should be riding off into the sunset, but the consistently strong console sales and the large install base mean that Nintendo are compelled to keep looking after the system with new game announcements.
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Nintendo hasn't released too many details about this remake, but it seems like it will include all the content from the GameCube title alongside new content like a Boss Rush mode.
Luigi's Mansion first launched in 2001 alongside the GameCube and was one of the first games to star Mario's brother Luigi.
Luigi's Mansion comes out for the 3DS later this year.
Check out the trailer for the remake as shown in the Nintendo Direct below.