Luigi Not Dead After Facing Castlevania’s Grim Reaper, Nintendo Confirms


Waluigi is not the one Nintendo character it’s essential fear about. It’s with a heavy coronary heart that we’ve got to tell you that one other beloved character simply acquired the ax (or scythe, on this case) and this one actually hurts. Luigi, Mario’s beloved ghost-hunting brother, met his finish by the hands of the Grim Reaper from Castlevania within the newest Super Smash Bros. Ultimate trailer, which additionally revealed that Simon Belmont was becoming a member of the preventing sport. The Italian plumber was solely 35 and shall be sorely missed. 

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You can watch the total trailer under:

Here’s the ugly second as an countless and painful gif for you masochists on the market:

The harrowing scene unfolded when courageous Luigi entered Dracula’s fort to search out the ghouls that hang-out the traditional construction. After placing up a courageous combat that even well-known vampire hunter Simon Belmont would applaud, Luigi got here earlier than Death itself. There was no escape for the poor hero, who suffered a killing blow that despatched his soul flying out of his lifeless corpse, changing into the very supernatural specter he swore to hoover up. 

Nintendo would not appear to be enjoying round. Waluigi ought to rely himself fortunate that he is not within the Big N’s merciless sights. Luigi wasn’t so lucky.

All jokes apart, Nintendo’s first sibling is doing simply high quality. Don’t consider us? Nintendo UK is right here to reassure you:

It’s only a promo, and Luigi’s unlucky “demise” is used as an instance the risks of the haunted fort and Simon’s badassery. The ghostbusting plumber remains to be set to look as one of many sport’s greater than 60 fighters.

So, relaxation straightforward. Luigi will rise from the grave…

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arrives on Dec. 7 for Nintendo Switch. 

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