Summary: The series of 3D games that spawned from Super Mario 64 where great for many reasons, though the biggest thing that set them apart was the lack of linear play. In both Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine, you were dumped in a course and free to choose your own path in trying to find out what the heck you were supposed to do. Enter Super Mario Galaxy.
Summary: i bought this for my 6 year old,he found it very difficult to play,even my 9 year old found it hard.they have many other games for older age groups which cause no problems. Iwould only recommend this game fpr older children.
Summary: Arrived quickly in perfect condition but my fault I had not realised this was largely a 1 player game so my 3 kids (expecting something like the Super Mario Bros game) were disappointed. Levels seem a bit basic and controlling with nunchuck seems awkward. Maybe this will improve with more play??
Maybe good for experienced gamers, not so good for younger kids
Elise Ferguson, amazon.co.uk
18 December 2008
Summary: If you're a "serious" gamer ie teen or adult thinking about buying this game for yourself, don't bother reading this review, but if you're a parent with younger children looking for a fun game it may be helpful. I bought this game soon after we got our Wii, mainly because of all the brilliant reviews it got. The main Wii players in our house are my 11 year old and nearly-8 year old daughters, I have the occasional go at it too.