Mario sets off with Princess Peach for a well deserved holiday
on a sun-kissed tropical island. But the rest and relaxation
don't last long. A dastardly vandal has been polluting the
beautiful landscape - and to make matters worse, he's the
spitting image of mario himself! In his quest Mario bumps
into many of his old friends. He even gets to hop on Yoshi
for an enemy-squishing ride around the island. And he also
shows off a range of new moves, including a new spinning jump,
and an improved belly-slide that takes advantage of the mud
slicks coating the landscape...
the long wait is finally over. Fans
have been waiting far too long for the latest in the series
of Mario games. The big question is can Super Mario
Sunshine live up to the unreal expectations that are being
placed on it?
start with the graphics are an improvement over the previous
games, but there is nothing here that will have you too excited
- although the water effects are nice. I also found the camera
extremely frustrating. On far too many occasions Mario disappears
entirely from the screen and all that remains of him is his
are some fun hidden levels and this is certainly a game that
has a high level of playability.
in all, this game is worthy of the Mario title and
is incredible fun to play. However, there are some inexcusable
bugs that should have been fixed before releasing this on
a hungry market.
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