An out of this world experience!
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This is the best game on the Wii and the best game ever made! Super Mario Galaxy is the best sequel from Super Mario 64, much better than Super Mario Sunshine. With great gameplay, graphics and sound, this game is awesome! My favorite thing about this game is that the gravity is crazy! All the time I find myself falling left or right, which is extremely amusing.
This game is challenging, with a lot of extra lives. The graphics are stunning. Every time I'm in the Melty Molten Galaxy after I get shot out of a Launch Star, amazing scenes occur as I'm flying in or out of a planet. The power-ups are great too, my favorite is the remake of the Wing Cap. This time it's a red star that lets you fly around the Observatory.
The music, which is mostly the Mario Orchestra, is awesome. I wish it was all played by an Orchestra. The 2 player option is great. I love when I'm about to fall and the other player saves me by pressing A on Mario. The game is extremely awesome, and when you get 120 stars, something great happens.
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