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Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
209 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002BSA388
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.8 x 1.4 cm ; 163 g
  • Release Date: 11 Jun. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 566 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Super Mario Galaxy 2

Manufacturer's Description

The most critically acclaimed Wii game ever returns, as Mario battles Bowser and his minions across an even more bizarre galaxy of worlds. The first game is already acknowledged as the greatest 3D platform game ever made and this new sequel adds to the excitement with long-time Mario ally Yoshi.

Mario is back and so is an old friend as well
Enemies both new and old are out to get you
The boss battles are as spectacular as ever
The new worlds you visit are more peculiar than ever

Not only will the little green dinosaur give you a ride wherever you want, but you can aim his tongue with the Wii remote and gobble up bad guys and bonuses alike. Eat a fruit and Yoshi will turn into a giant balloon or gobble a hot red pepper and he'll suddenly run at super speed.

You'll need all the help you can get too with even bigger and meaner bosses and some super hard secret levels. With a healthy mix of new tricks and old this is perfect fun for all the family and one of the best games on the Wii so far.

Key Features
  • Super Sequel: The most famous hero in gaming returns for his most amazing adventure yet, filled with new worlds, new enemies and new allies.
  • Yoshi's Galaxy: Yoshi makes his first appearance in a Galaxy game, swinging across gaps with his tongue and gaining different powers by eating special fruits.
  • Mr Driller: Play with new power-ups such as the drill that lets Mario dig through the earth and into new areas - or even into the interior of planetoids.
  • Bullet Time: New features include time switches that slow down time for a few seconds, while turning the whole screen black and white.
  • Hard mode: For Mario experts new hidden stages provide a stiffer challenge than anything in the first game. Are you tough enough to beat them?
About the Developer: Nintendo EAD Software Group Tokyo
Nintendo's famous EAD (Entertainment Analysis and Development) studio is managed by Mario and Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto. It is split up into six different teams, with the Tokyo-based studio specialising in platform games such as Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat and Super Mario Galaxy.

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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on 18 July 2010
Format: Video Game
Now, I'm someone very fond of Nintendo, using his mum's account to write a review. This game has made me even more fond of them. The graphics are amazing, once you reach the lava level in World 6 you'll just immediately go "Wow". The levels are great, they range from easy but still highly enjoyable to harder and taking more effort. There's a bit of a difficulty change between its predecessor, especially in the later levels, but I found this no problem because I'd gotten used to the controls of the the first game. The price is definitely worth it, so don't have doubts if you find it a little over your planned budget. It also comes with a tutorial CD, explaining the controls, great for older gamers who, perhaps, have not gotten used to all those buttons! Well anyway, as I'm sure you've realised by now, Super Mario Galaxy 2 is an absolutely perfect game, great for retro and modern gamers. This is, of course, coming from an 11-year old Nintendo fan, so you might find me a little biased, but I'm only saying what I thought of the game, as I'm sure any other person my age who likes Nintendo would find it. BUY THIS NOW!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Red Riding Hood on 7 Jan. 2011
Format: Video Game
It's as good as it gets for a 1 players game.

However, when two players attempt to play this using the Luma character, the fun for the second player is extremely limited. Just following Mario around and helping out is not fun for the second player. Therefore, when you have two children, arguments start about who is going to be Mario.

In my opinion the playability should be more like the Lego games which provide better interaction for the second player. Notwithstanding this, is it still a great game and hours of fun can be had.
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66 of 70 people found the following review helpful By R. Oliveira on 14 July 2010
Format: Video Game
I am deeply amazed at how much innovation goes on in Nintendo. I was expecting this Mario to be just the same as its prequel - with the "cheap" addition of Yoshi (although I loved the idea).

Turns out I was wrong. This game is very different from the previous ones, it tests you as a videogamer and lets you explore places that you would have never thought of exploring. They really push Mario's acrobatic skills this time.

It's been the best experience I've had with the Mario franchise so far. I'm a gamer since I was 12 (I'm 25 now).

If you're doubting whether or not to buy this, let me clear your mind: do it.

You won't regret.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Pugh on 21 May 2012
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I absolutely loved Super Mario Galaxy (Wii). So much so that I would go so far as to say it was my favourite game ever. So as soon as I saw this game announced I waited not-so-patiently until I could pre-order it with Amazon.

Finally it arrived on release day and I played it. It wasn't the same as number 1 at all. To start with I was a bit disappointed - I think I was almost hoping for just more levels added on to the original style of the game if I am honest. But then I got playing it some more, and more, and more. I was hooked! It is a lot more challenging earlier on than the first game was (great for me, not so good for my son who basically made me play the game for him on his ID as he couldn't do it himself!). The addition of Yoshi works really well, and the new worlds are really great.

If I had to choose between the two, I would still pick the first one as being the better of the two. However, I would definitely recommend this game to anyone. In terms of ability, I would say age 6-7 they could start being able to do this by themselves (my son is now nearly 7 and can do a lot of it on his own).

We have had this game since it was released and we reguarly go back and play it so it was worth every penny.

Brilliant game - is it too much to hope for a Super Mario Galaxy 3?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. P. Hayward on 21 July 2011
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i've been playing video games nearly 30 years from the very first space invader and i can remember when the first mario came out and it was amazing, the first sonic game, the first tomb raider, i could go on, all i can say is that with nearly 30 years of gaming thousands of hours playing games this game, super mario galaxy 2 is quite possibly the best game i have ever played, i could write more but other reviwers are singing its praises so i don't need to do so again, quite simply put nintendo has exceeded itself many time over in creating this masterpiece , it is unbelievably good, its so good its almost art.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ross on 8 Oct. 2010
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 is massive fun, in exactly the same way that the first game was massive fun. Indeed, you'd be best thinking of SMG2 as simply being more Super Mario Galaxy: it is pretty much more of the same game. Fortunately the first game was glorious fun, so more of the same is still glorious fun!

To be fair, there are new elements to SMG2 other than the new levels: there's Yoshi of course, and some new power-ups, but fundamentally these things don't change the core game, and really that's a good thing as the core game is a blast. The storyline is also completely different and doesn't follow on from the first as far as I can tell. As tends to be the way with Mario games, the plot makes very little sense and is purely a vehicle for progressing you through the best platformer action that you can buy.

If you didn't like the first game, this one isn't going to change your mind. If you loved the first game, you'll almost certainly love this one too!
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