Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Nintendo Wii, 2010)
Price Range:$34.31 to $42.95
Super Mario returns for more out-of-this-world adventures in this sequel to 2007's top-selling Wii title. Joining the famous plumber... Read More
Super Mario returns for more out-of-this-world adventures in this sequel to 2007's top-selling Wii title. Joining the famous plumber is friendly dinosaur Yoshi, who Mario can ride after finding an egg on a level. The platform-style play mechanics closely follow the first game's, albeit with new levels, puzzles, collectibles, and power-ups to master. As in previous games, Yoshi can grab items with his tongue and spit them back at enemies. His sticky tongue can also be used to swing across chasms to reach new areas. <br><br>Yoshi can also consume different foods for added powers, such as dash peppers for quickly scaling vertical walls or blimp fruits to swell up like a balloon and float. New gadgets for Mario include a drill that allows the plucky plumber to drill through a planet's surface until he reaches the other side. Each 3D planet once again offers gravity-specific challenges to overcome, from working upside down to gliding from area to area. Super Mario Galaxy 2 also introduces "comet metals" to collect, which will gradually open up new, more difficult levels with additional challenges to conquer. Minimize
Product Review Summary
241 Reviews from Epinions.com
Aug 19, 2011
If the first game was a sip, Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the tasty gulp
Pros: excellent level design, creative platforming, plenty of challenges
Cons: The camera still has awkward moments
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the peak of 3D Mario Platforming so far - whatever Nintendo does next will need to be even more out of this world to compare. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 29, 2010
Pros: Wildly inventive levels, gorgeous graphics, and rock-solid gameplay
Cons: Fluzzard should have his wings clipped.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the definition of an essential title. It is not a sequel, so much as the second half of a brilliant whole. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 12, 2013
Galaxy 2 adds in new levels, new music, and lots of face puns.
Pros: Fun, imaginative new levels, great soundtrack, and some cool setpieces.
Cons: Some may accuse it of being repetitive.
More Mario is not a bad thing, what with this game's great level design, cool music, and awesome scenery. Bring it on, Space-Bowser! Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 4, 2010
In This Galaxy, Perfection is NOT Far Far Away
Pros: Stunning graphics, sublime music, plenty of fun.
Cons: Controls are sometimes frustrating.
This game is as close to perfection as Nintendo has gotten since Super Mario World. Fans will love it, non-fans will become converts. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 9, 2010
Here Comes the Sequel!
Pros: Good Presentation
Good Sound Quality
Cons: Local Multiplayer with a friend is not fun.
Buy it, and cherish it. It is awesome! Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 20, 2012
My Thought on Super Mario Galaxy 2
Pros: Visuals, Control, Gameplay
Fun game that anyone would enjoy Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 8, 2010
Has its bugs, but in general a great game
Pros: Great graphics and music, plenty of challenges to keep you busy and interested.
Cons: Hate having to use 2 controllers, nun chuck too sensitive, and can't save extra lives.
Despite the complaints I have in the review, it's a great game wtih lots of fun characters for hours of fun. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 30, 2013
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Pros: User-Friendly, Great for all ages, Fun and interactive, Good level of challenge
Cons: No true multiplayer
If you love Super Mario and like playformers, there's no reason for you to not own it. It will keep you entertained beyond its gameplay period! Read More at Epinions.com