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Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelSuper Mario Galaxy 2 (Selects)
DateJul 2014
PlatformNintendo Wii
ESRB ratingE (Everyone)
Game editionBasic
Language versionEnglish
PEGI rating3
Multiplayer modeYes
Maximum number of players2

Reviews of Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy (Selects)
Reviewed on 2017-04-24
A game of this caliber, and with Shigeru Miyamoto behind it, simply couldn't go wrong, so when we heard about a new Super Mario Galaxy back at last year's E3, we got very excited. The second Super Mario Galaxy brings to the table the same bag of tricks we...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-10
Fun and inventive gameplay, Excellent graphics and music,
Occasional camera issues,
Super Mario Galaxy 2 alleviates many of the original Super Mario Galaxy's niggles (somewhat confusing navigation and level design), while taking players on an enchanting journey that provides hours of joyous entertainment. The original Super Mario Gala...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-07
Can a direct sequel to one of the best platformers of all time have the same impact as the original? Super Mario Galaxy was so different, so unique, so exquisitely made that it's without a doubt the best game on the Wii. So good, in fact, that the 9/10...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
Innovation can only happen once, or so the story goes. “Sequels are never as good as the original,” they say. Yet we buy them up anyway. To gamers, sequels provide more of what we love – to publishers, it’s an opportunity to cash in. It’s a win-win for...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-31
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is a big step up from an already great predecessor. It may not be perfect but it comes ever so close to it. It is one of those gems that only comes around every so often. In the end, both fans of the series and those new to it owe themselves the opportunity..
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Reviewed on 2010-05-26
Another amazing Mario game that builds on its immediate predecessor.
It gets a little too hard sometimes.
At this point, the Mario franchise is about as monolithic and well-known as Star Wars or James Bond. The big difference here: Its caretakers haven't managed to screw it up yet. Small wonder, as Mario's done pretty much the same damn thing for at least ...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-23
For me, when Nintendo released Super Mario 64, it showed me that 3D platforming was the future. But, because of the camera and other control issues that had yet to be polished, I wasn't very excited for the future of 3D platforming from Nintendo. Mar...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-23
Diverse gameplay, Gorgeous graphics, So much to do, Just plain fun,
Difficulty spikes, Sometimes awkward animations
Even after all these years Mario has still got it.Mario. His name is synonymous with gaming. From five year olds to fifty year olds, if you mention Super Mario Bros to almost anyone in that age group, they will know what you are talking about. For as l...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-23
That’s right, it is finally May 23rd, 2010, and for those of you that own a Nintendo Wii, that means today has been the day you’ve all been waiting for all year. Super Mario Galaxy 2 has hit shelves across North America and besides the colossal hype be...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-22
Although you may find this quite difficult to believe – I myself had a great deal of trouble wrapping my head around this development – at the opening of Super Mario Galaxy 2, our hero Mario is on his way to the castle to meet the Princess. Rather tha...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-21
It may be easy to take one look at Super Mario Galaxy 2, see the same gravity-altering traps and spherical worlds from its predecessor, and dismiss this as a by-the-numbers sequel to the superb original. But by assuming you know what to expect from Mar...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-21
Great level design, Solid platforming mechanics, Good – albeit limited enhancements to the Galaxy formula
Motion controlled minigames are imprecise, Some stages are just frustrating
It's called Super Mario Galaxy 2, so you know what you're getting. Super Mario Galaxy 2 is a unique entry in the Mario franchise due to its notable non-uniqueness. The first true sequel to a Mario title - well, to a Mario platformer (New Super Mario B...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-21
My first thought after playing Super Mario Galaxy 2 for the first few hours was that Nintendo was kind of being a jerk about the whole thing. It's much harder to nail a satisfying game mechanic—whether it's in 2D or 3D—than people understand. Nintend...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-20
by Craig HarrisNot since the days of the Nintendo Entertainment System has Nintendo been so committed to the Super Mario franchise on its current generation console: 2007 was the year that Nintendo revamped the 3D Mario design with Super Mario Galaxy, ...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-01
You can curse Nintendo for making us wait five weeks after the US launch to get our hands on Super Mario Galaxy 2 and then making us pay a 30 per cent premium to play exactly the same game. But that is - almost - forgiven when you come to play the ga...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-26
A console Mario game is quite rare. Although there are many of them, unlike many big franchises they do not come out every year and as such make the wait for them all the more harder. However, Mario has always been quality over quantity and this continues...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-24
An exhilarating reinvention of platformers that constantly challenges its own identity with success
The increased difficulty and high proficiency requirement may turn new fans off
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