Super Mario Sunshine User Reviews
Remember when Mario actually just jumped on guys heads and tried to save Peach? This was before he started kicking soccer balls or beating the heck out of his fellow Nintendo characters. Yes, this was the good old times of the NES and Super NES. By the N64, he was already branching out into many different areas, making the platforming series just 1 of the many Mario series'. But now again, Mario puts on his jumping shoes in another epic adventure.
The story starts with Mario, Toadsworth, and Peach all going on a vacation to the tropical island full of sea, sun, and sand, Isle Delfino. But o...
What do you do when you create a 3D platform game that essentially redefines the genre? Nintendo managed something amazing when they created Super Mario 64. This wasn't just a successful transition from 2D for the plumber, it was an experience that shaped the perception of what a 3D platform adventure should be like. The problem then was how to follow it up. Sunshine not only develops the concepts pioneered in SM64 but adds its own twists to the gameplay.
From the moment you turn the game on the impressive graphical display hits you hard. Sunshine is beautiful. Light years ahead of its prede...
Engaging Storyline & Plot
Pleasurable Audio & Music
Many New Characters, as well as recurring ones.
Many Unique Challenges
A Wide Array of Different Worlds
Good Replay Value
Bit hard at some points.
Some Ridiculously Difficult Episodes.
Here we have Super Mario Sunshine, another Mario game made by Nintendo. Super Mario Sunshine may look a tad boring by looking at the game cover, but behind that lies a game that will be remembered in the next generation. Super Mario Sunshine is the first 3D Mario game to emerge ever since Super Mario 64, and is much more pleasurable and entertaining than it sounds to be.
Super Mario Sunshine has many, many good qualities about it, and some of them include the storyline, new character introductions, as well as gameplay. The gameplay of Super Mario Sunshine is similar to Super Mario 64, althou...
- Good Graphics.
- Good Music.
- Good Gameplay.
- The Use Of FLUDD.
- Playable Yoshi.
- Decent Story.
- Replay Value.
- No Online Mode.
- No Easter Eggs.
Super Mario Sunshine is what we can call a "Classic" for the Game Cube. Like any Mario game, this one was made for the whole family. Children will enjoy it, so will the parents. Hardcore gamers will enjoy this game as much as casual gamers due to the quantity of secrets it has.
Super Mario Sunshine is a game that has many good points to enchance the gamer's experience.
The graphics are very good and this game is probably using the whole Game Cube's capacity to generate them. All the characters are very detailed and very colorful; same with every environment you visit, and with each i...
+ So much exploration and freedom
+ FLUDD is a cool idea
+ Easy to learn controls
+ Boss battles are fun
+ The levels are awesome
+ Great graphics
+ 120 Shines to collect
- Camera may screw up
- Some evil textures
- Bosses are a bit too easy
- Lag in final boss fight
Super Mario Sunshine was an unbalanced game. The vacation theme ruined it in some peoples eyes, and some people thought 64 was better. Honestly, I think SMS is a huge success for a launch title on the Cube. Great graphics, good control system and lots of freedom.
Mario Sunshine has some incredibly desgined worlds.
Super Mario Sunshine is a very pretty game. It puts the Gamecubes graphics to superb use, as all the worlds are filled with beautiful colours and wide open landscapes filled with detail. Just one thing spoils this games graphics, textures. Some of them look really pixelated,...
+ A lot of unique levels
+ Mario's abilities
- Most of the missions where too easy
- Some of the missions can be tedious
- Camera Angles can sometimes be a hassle
Super Mario Sunshine, definitely one of the best gamecube games made featuring excellent gameplay, graphics, as well as excelling in many other aspects of what makes a great game.
The story is really simple, and really easy to understand. What basically happened was Mario, Peach, Toadsworth, and a few toads were on vacation and arrived at Isle Delfino. Unfortunatly, Mario was mistaken for someone else and was arrested. Mario joins up with FLUDD, an invention of Professor Elvin Gadd, to help clear his name and find out who the real culprit is who has been painting graffiti all over the island...
- My Top 8 Most Frustrating Super Mario Sunshine Missions of All Time 4
- Is Baby Bowser's Mom actually Peach?? 49
- Create a Nozzle II 60
- mysterious band of light in delfino plaza 10
- Episode 3: The Goopy Inferno 2
- Secret Message from Fludd? 0
- Super Mario Moonshine? 56
- Mario's Adventure's ( VOTE NOW! ) 23
- 121 shines? 9
- Any Super Mario Sunshine Level Editors N Stuff? 0
- Boss Music 0
- I need help "Scrubbing Sirena Beach!" 10
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