A Mario adventure of cosmic proportions!
Become Mario as he traverses gravity-bending galaxies, traveling in and out of gravitational fields by blasting from planet to planet. Control Mario with the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™. Power-up to reach inaccessible areas. Collect Star Bits to either stun enemies or feed Lumas.
This is a game that should set standards for any new future platformers. In the enormous amount of praise give by the players it difficult to think differently when thinking about this title. Super Mario Galaxy offers quite a long adventure for both the younger and the older player. This is a masterpiece offering an enormous amount of fun. I rarely had so much fun while playing platformer but this one is a must.
So I'm not the biggest fan of Galaxy series. While the graphics for wii are really good, I don't like the level design of "play the same stage x times, to unlock small new part". When it doesn't do that, some of the stages are fun, especially those that don't force you to go around small planet, where camera sometimes gets problematic. Music, other than Galaxy theme is not memorable to me and feels like weakest of the series. What kinda makes this game more boring is trying to give here a story that is incredibly shallow. And it kinda sucks that for all the trouble of getting all of the stars you get a rehashed stage from the beginning that you only walk by, which is disappointing. Platforming and challanges are fine, it's a good game, but to me it's not as good as 3D World, Super Mario World or SMB3. Good when it came out, ok when Galaxy 2 came out, obsolete with the arrival of 3D World. Pick it up when on sale, because still, it is worth a try.
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