- 100% Cotton
- 200 GSM Fabric
- Player Pixel inner neck detail
- Range origin flag on back of tee
- Player Logo on the hem
- Extremely limited edition, less than 10 units available of each design
- Founders edition each come with a certificate of authenticity signed by the designer and individually numbered
The game: Luigis Mansion
Year Released: 2001
The character: Luigi
The range: Founders edition. This very special limited edition run of t-shirts are the final spec from the manufacturer and we are giving our fans the chance to own a piece of Player history. Each tee is the result of almost 7 years of development from scratch being custom made from the bottom up. The founder editions each come with a signed certificate of authenticity from the artist and are instant collectors items. With less than 10 available of each design, and some designs and features never to be repeated in their present form – we wanted our loyal fans who have stuck with us on this journey to own a unique part of the Player history.
The design: This range is dedicated to Luigi, the younger, taller brother of Mario. The concept we have used is that due to the success he had during the game Luigi’s Mansion, he is now a (unqualified) paranormal investigator. The logo features his famous adversary, the ghost Boo who is also hiding in the retro Famicom swoosh. The kanji circled translates to “Ghost!”.
On the back you have the flag of Japan, which is a reference to the games country of origin.
The tee: As with all Player Clothing garments, there is an embroidered neck detail, and hem logo along with being 100% cotton and made with 200 GSM weight fabric to offer you the highest quality. The iconic player logo is included in the garment label – and the founders editions come with a certificate of authenticity from the artist and chief designer Mike.
The country: Japan
The colours: Purple with green, white and black detail
Interesting fact: Originally just a palette swap of Mario for the game Mario Bros in 1983 (where the creator was inspired by Joust which offered a simultaneous 2 player experience), Luigi began to develop his own personality but being able to jump higher and further with less accuracy. Ironically Luigi in Italian translates to “Famous Warrior”, which is not always how his character is portrayed in games!