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Submitted by Valay 617d ago | video

Unlikely Reviews: Super Mario Sunshine

NE: "The debut episode the new “Unlikely Reviews” series is Super Mario Sunshine, which I’d say is one of the more under-appreciated titles of the GameCube." (GameCube, Super Mario Sunshine, Wii)

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tigertron  +   617d ago
Super Mario Sunshine is one of my favourite Gamecube games and I might even go as far as to say it's my favourite Mario title.
iwillcopythat  +   617d ago
agrees with ya
tigertron would u mind telling me others favourite of yours?
tigertron  +   617d ago
Other favourite Mario games?
Summons75  +   617d ago
Mario Sunshine was super underappreciated. Much better controls than 64 and is was just so frustrating but a fun happy atmosphere you couldn't stay mad at it very long.

Hope they either HD this or have it as the first Gamecube Virtual Console release on WiiU.
trippyaaron  +   616d ago
I'm sure there will be a sequel on the 3DS, just like with Luigi's Mansion

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