History VideoGame / LuigisMansion

23rd Nov '16 11:33:21 AM tvtropesruinedmylife22
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7th Nov '16 9:58:52 PM rmctagg09
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* StealthyMook: There are two rooms in ''Luigi's Mansion'' that feature ghosts that are completely invisible, save for their reflections in a mirror and their shadows on the projection screen in each respective room.
19th Oct '16 12:25:37 PM VultusInanis
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** In the silver frame, the ghosts clearly acknowledge Luigi, but with clear disdain or resentment. For example: Lydia scowling, Chauncey shrieking, or Melody scoffing.
** The gold frame generally features the ghost's fanciest pose or at its most photogenic, which suggests that the ghost is putting on a bit of a show and wants to be ''thought well of'', that they seek Luigi's respect. For example: Neville posing with his rocking chair, Shivers smiling with a lit candle, the Floating Whirlindas waving cheerfully... Although Nana's gold frame picture is highly distorted and Spooky's is in negative colors.

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** In the silver frame, the ghosts clearly acknowledge Luigi, but with clear disdain or resentment. For example: Lydia scowling, Chauncey shrieking, or Melody scoffing.
scoffing, the Clockwork Soldiers looking away while saluting.
** The gold frame generally features the ghost's fanciest pose or at its most photogenic, which suggests that the ghost is putting on a bit of a show and wants to be ''thought well of'', that they seek Luigi's respect. For example: Neville posing with his rocking chair, Shivers smiling with a lit candle, the Floating Whirlindas waving cheerfully...cheerfully, Biff Atlas flexing... Although Nana's gold frame picture is highly distorted and Spooky's is in negative colors.
1st Oct '16 11:07:05 PM MyFinalEdits
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* HardLevelsEasyBosses: Sometimes, catching the portrait ghosts will be easier than catching the regular ones, as not all of them actually attack the player.
1st Oct '16 2:35:37 PM Cakeman
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* AndIMustScream: Mario being trapped inside the painting possibly ''for all eternity.'' Of course, you could say the same thing about what happens the Portrait Ghosts, but at least one of them (Madame Clairvoya) doesn't seem to mind that at all, actually ''asking'' Luigi to put her there.

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* AndIMustScream: Mario being trapped inside the painting possibly ''for all eternity.'' Of course, you could say the same thing about what happens the Portrait Ghosts, but at least one of them (Madame Clairvoya) doesn't seem to mind that at all, actually ''asking'' Luigi to put her there. there since she's worried about King Boo and apparently Bowser.



* BigBoosHaunt: The mansion (that is to say, the entire game).

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* BigBoosHaunt: The mansion (that is to say, the entire game).game), since it's Luigi's Mansion.


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* HardLevelsEasyBosses: Sometimes, catching the portrait ghosts will be easier than catching the regular ones, as not all of them actually attack the player.
30th Sep '16 4:28:41 AM AndyLA
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--> "Anyway, who would actually believe that mansions get given away in contests? Talk about stupid! What do they feed you Mario Bros. anyway? Gullible soup?"

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--> "Anyway, "Seriously, though, who would actually believe that mansions get given away in contests? contests?! Talk about stupid! What do they feed you Mario Bros. anyway? Brothers anyway... Gullible soup?"
29th Sep '16 10:47:28 PM MyFinalEdits
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* NoFlowInCGI: Averted nicely with every piece of cloth the Poltergust 3000 sucks, as a demonstration of the Gamecube's graphic processing chops.

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* NoFlowInCGI: Averted nicely with every piece of cloth the Poltergust 3000 sucks, as a demonstration of the Gamecube's graphic processing chops.
29th Sep '16 2:55:36 PM AndyLA
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* NoFlowInCGI: Averted nicely with every piece of cloth the Poltergust 3000 sucks, as a demonstration of the Gamecube's graphic processing chops.
28th Sep '16 10:09:59 PM MyFinalEdits
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* GenreSavvy: King Boo. Also, Elvin Gadd.

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* %%* GenreSavvy: King Boo. Also, Elvin Gadd.



* LostForever: The next-to-last room of Area 2, the Boneyard, has a plant you can water once you bag the resident skeleton and Spooky, the guard dog. You need to water it before you enter the Graveyard beyond this point, since you become unable to leave the Graveyard and it has the boss of Area 2. Afterwards, you must water it at some point in Area 3 before its boss, and watering it in the last area rewards you with one of the two Gold Diamonds in the mansion. Miss a watering, and you can't get the diamond.

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* LostForever: The two Gold Diamonds, the most valuable items in the game, can be missed under the wrong circumstances:
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The next-to-last room of Area 2, the Boneyard, has a plant you can water once you bag the resident skeleton and Spooky, the guard dog. You need to water it before you enter the Graveyard beyond this point, since you become unable to leave the Graveyard and it has the boss of Area 2. Afterwards, you must water it at some point in Area 3 before its boss, and watering it in the last area rewards you with one of the two first Gold Diamonds Diamond in the mansion. Miss a watering, and you can't get the diamond.diamond.
** The second Gold Diamond is earned after capturing all Boss except King Boo (as he's the FinalBoss and only has a much less valuable treasure). Although you're given the option to save your progress every time a Boo is captured, the Diamond can only be collected after you finish talking with E. Gadd and save. If you get the Diamond but forget to save ''again'' afterwards (either by talking to a Toad or by defeating King Boo and finishing the game), it will be lost permanently since you'll have already captured the last Boo and won't have a chance to claim back the prize.



** King Boo almost directly quotes [[StarWars Jabba the Hutt]] at one point.

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** King Boo almost directly quotes [[StarWars [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack Jabba the Hutt]] at one point.



* SoreLoser: Henry and Orville ask Luigi to play hide and seek with them, while Jarvis challenges him to a game that's sort of like "whac-a-mole". In both cases, if Luigi wins, the ghosts get angry and attack him. (However, this is the only way he can capture them, something which is required to proceed in the case of the twins; they hold one of the items you need to bring to Clairvoya and finish Area 3.)

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* SoreLoser: Henry and Orville ask Luigi to play hide and seek with them, while Jarvis challenges him to a game that's sort of like "whac-a-mole". In both cases, if Luigi wins, the ghosts get angry and attack him. (However, Note that this is the only way he can capture them, something which is required to proceed in the case of the twins; they hold one of the items you need to bring to Clairvoya and finish Area 3.)



** The bronze frame is the worst, in which the ghost will generally assume a bland and uncommitted pose or is slightly obscured, in which case the ghost is deciding to ignore Luigi. For example: Nana's greyed out, motion-blurred photograph, Sir Weston's fuzzy traveling image, Sue Pea returning to her upside down posture in-frame.

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** The bronze frame is the worst, in which the ghost will generally assume a bland and uncommitted pose or is slightly obscured, in which case the ghost is deciding to ignore Luigi. For example: Nana's greyed out, motion-blurred photograph, photograph; Sir Weston's fuzzy traveling image, Sue Pea returning to her upside down posture in-frame.
28th Sep '16 4:48:31 PM AndyLA
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** The bronze frame is the worst, in which the ghost will generally assume a bland and uncommitted pose or is slightly obscured, in which case the ghost is deciding to ignore Luigi. For example: Nana's greyed out photograph, Sir Winston's fuzzy traveling image, Sue Pea returning to her upside down posture in-frame.

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** The bronze frame is the worst, in which the ghost will generally assume a bland and uncommitted pose or is slightly obscured, in which case the ghost is deciding to ignore Luigi. For example: Nana's greyed out out, motion-blurred photograph, Sir Winston's Weston's fuzzy traveling image, Sue Pea returning to her upside down posture in-frame.



** The gold frame generally features the ghost's fanciest pose or at its most photogenic, which suggests that the ghost is putting on a bit of a show and wants to be ''thought well of'', that they seek Luigi's respect. For example: Neville posing with his rocking chair, Shivers smiling with a lit candle, the Floating Whirlindas waving cheerfully.

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** The gold frame generally features the ghost's fanciest pose or at its most photogenic, which suggests that the ghost is putting on a bit of a show and wants to be ''thought well of'', that they seek Luigi's respect. For example: Neville posing with his rocking chair, Shivers smiling with a lit candle, the Floating Whirlindas waving cheerfully.cheerfully... Although Nana's gold frame picture is highly distorted and Spooky's is in negative colors.
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