Summary: the game is good but while playing the rotateable camera can sometimes block view which can hinder gameplay the actual games pretty fun but i have found it a bit difficult to finish as the game play at times can be a bit repetitive.
If you want Nintendo at its best so far, try Super Mario Galaxy
R. Oliveira "RafaelR", amazon.co.uk
22 June 2008
Summary: I bought this game to play on the Wii after having played Super Mario Galaxy to the bone and getting all 121 stars, which were indeed difficult and stressful to get but not at all compared to Super Mario Sunshine. The game seems rushed and not well-finished at all.
Summary: The game looks and flows great. I had great fun playing it for a few weeks but at a certain point it got impossible to pass the levels and became very frustrating so I have had to abandon it now leaving a sore taste.
Summary: I've always said this was never a true Mario game. Getting straight to the point, you can forget about classic enemies/characters, as the game feels completely stripped of any true Mario styling.
Summary: Everyone knows who Mario is, so there's no need for me to say anymore. Graphics Way to bright, play for more than two hours and you'll get a headache. Other than that they are well put together provided you don't pause the game to long, then the game gets a lot of clipping faults and can crash.
Summary: This game suffers from one of the worst camera systems ever! Unlike mario 64 ( which was amazing) this game just isn't as good. If mario turns around the camera doesnt follow and on the pinna park level the camera is constantly stuck. Buy zelda or metroid instead.
Summary: Super mario sunshine, it has the makings of a fantastic game, the graphix are awsome and some of the ideas for game play such as the jet pack are pure gaming brilliance. i have been a fan of nintendo and the mario series since i first played on the nes, mario 64 had so much playabilty i couldn't put...