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04/17/2018 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

One of the Best on Wii and a Superb Sequel

Super Mario Galaxy is a direct sequel to the first game on Wii and with the streamlining and addition of Yoshi it is arguable better than the original.

By the time Super Mario Galaxy 2 was released on Wii in 2010 I had started to get tired of the Wii-mote and all the wagging and pointing and so while I was always interested in starting this I always ended up taking on a game that was not so involved with the controller. Finally, almost 8 years after it's release, I sat down and played it. I was not disappointed.

When I say this is a direct sequel, I'm not kidding. The story is basically the same. Princess Peach is captured by Bowser and taken into space where Mario follows and must obtain a bunch of stars to reach and save her. The play control, levels, and features are practic...

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Nelson Schneider
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02/20/2011 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

The Galaxy Has Expanded

“Super Mario Galaxy 2” (“SMG2”) represents a stunning achievement that Nintendo has not accomplished since the days of the original NES. It is the third main-line Mario game to be released on a single console. Some gamers have expressed concern that Nintendo is beating a dead horse with Mario games on the Wii and that Nintendo must be out of ideas by now. I had no such trepidation, as the original “Super Mario Galaxy” (“SMG”) and “New Super Mario Bros. Wii” are two of the best Mario games in the long history of the series (losing the top slot only to the insurmountably awe-inspiring “Super Mario World”). However, unlike the NES Mario trilogy, each of which felt like entirely new games, “SMG2” feels more like an expansion disc for the original “SMG.” This si...

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