Mario wasn’t the only bro to take a bit of the Gamecube glory. Green Mario got his own fantastic title on the console and it was, in fact, a launch title. In Luigi’s Mansion, players take control of Luigi as he explores a haunted mansion searching for his brother. Equipped with the Poltergust 3000, a vacuum cleaner given to him by the great Professor E. Gadd, he’s got to capture ghosts as he goes
Luigi’s Mansion still remains one of the best games released on the Nintendo Gamecube despite being one of the earliest titles to come out for the console. It’s just creepy enough to give players a slight survival horror feel, but with the silly antics of a Mario game – and its success speaks for itself.