Nintendo Switch deal: Luigi's Mansion 3 over 30% off at Amazon now

One of the best Nintendo Switch games just dropped to its lowest price yet

Luigi runs away from King Boo in Luigi's Mansion 3
(Image credit: Nintendo / Future)

Luigi's Mansion 3 is currently available to purchase on Amazon at one of its lowest prices since the game was first released on Nintendo Switch in October 2019. Nintendo games rarely drop in price, so best to take advantage of this deal before it disappears for good. 

Selling more than 11 million copies in less than three years, Luigi's Mansion 3 finds the titular plumber and his brother, Mario, visiting a mysterious hotel while on vacation with Princess Peach. Soon after arriving the group is ambushed by ghosts – including King Boo – and it's up to the cowardly Luigi to save the day. It also introduces Luigi's ectoplasmic doppelgänger, better known as Gooigi. 

At a saving of more than 30%, Luigi's Mansion 3 is a true delight from Next Level Games, a top Nintendo studio responsible for the original two titles and the Mario Strikers series. If that's not enough, it also took home the "Best Family Game" at The Game Awards back in 2019.  

Luigi's Mansion 3 (Nintendo Switch): was £49.99, now £33.00 at Amazon

Luigi's Mansion 3 (Nintendo Switch): was £49.99, now £33.00 at Amazon
The charming action-adventure Luigi's Mansion has dropped to one of its lowest prices ever at less than 33% off the game's usual RRP. Don't miss out!

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Why get Luigi's Mansion 3 on Nintendo Switch today? 

Luigi's Mansion 3 is one of the best experiences I've had on Nintendo Switch and a worthy new entry into the beloved ghost-hoovering series. Its clever puzzles, gorgeous animations and humorous narrative make it perfect for kids and big kids alike. 

Not to mention, Luigi's Mansion 3 is one of the best-looking games on the console whether that's in handheld or docked mode. The level of detail on simple things like Luigi's moustache is extraordinary, only comparable to the quality of Pixar movies. Nintendo has also rolled out all of the game's DLC (additional payment required), so the complete package can be accessed from day one. 

At around 12 to 14 hours long, it doesn't outstay its welcome either but still offers great replayability. With huge critical acclaim across the board and equal love for the series from fans, it's hard to find an experience that will delight whatever age you are. 

Matt Poskitt
Freelance Writer

Matt is a freelance writer for T3, covering news and keeping up with everything games, entertainment, and all manner of tech. You can find his work across numerous sites across the web, including TechRadar, IGN, GamesRadar, Tom's Guide, Fandom, NME, and more. In his spare time, Matt is an avid cinema-goer, keen runner and average golfer (at best). You can follow him @MattPoskitt64