Super Mario Galaxy 2's Data Debut shows Super Mario Galaxy 2's debut data on the Wii's Nintendo Channel.

CwG shows approximately how many players are reporting data, as well as play-times reported for the game. CwG also shows the current review score average and sales rank for Super Mario Galaxy 2.

CwG says in one section, "Super Mario Galaxy 2's review score average is 97.42%, based on 30 reviews."

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CoffeewithChess3121d ago

Is this one better than the first?
I own and played the first, but didn't really enjoy as I did past Mario titles; so I haven't purchased SMG2 yet.

Imperator3121d ago

If you have a Wii, there's absolutely no excuse for not owning this game. If you don't have a Wii, then try playing it. Heck, I'd even tell you to buy a Wii (200 bucks for Galaxy 1&2, Zelda, Metroid, NSMB Wii is worth it imo).

hoops3121d ago (Edited 3121d ago )

Easily one of the best games to come out this generation. Its actually better then the first one. Nintendo just might have GOTY with this title. Its just that good

BryanBegins3121d ago

Well if you didn't enjoy the first, you will likely not enjoy the second one. They are very similar. I eprsonally fully enjoyed both.

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GuruStarr783121d ago

Better than the first stuff to play with on every level.

CoffeewithChess3121d ago

I don't know what it was about the first one, it just didn't "hook" me like Super Mario 64, or even Super Mario Sunshine(yes, I enjoyed it more than SMG).
I got enough stars for the final boss fight, then never went back after beating it. It was like I was forcing myself to finish the game, hoping it would get better. I kept the game, thinking if I play it again, perhaps it'll be a different experience now.

Mahr3121d ago

Personally, I would say that Galaxy 2 is so far the best Mario platformer ever made -- but if 64 and Sunshine are your gold standard, I don't imagine you'll get much more enjoyment out of Galaxy 2 than you did in Galaxy. Those games were all about exploration and combing over each centimeter of each world for coins of varying color and finding stars in every nook and cranny.

But while 64 had something like 7 stars a level, Galaxy 2 will only have say two or three before sending the player off to the next mostly-linear level.

tunaks13121d ago

Galaxy 2 has more of a variety then 1. I think thats why im gonna go back and re-play the game more then I did the first one.

CoffeewithChess3121d ago

Perhaps Yoshi helps add to the variety as well, at least from the small clips I've seen it looks like fun.

tunaks13121d ago

it does, there a bigger levels this time around that bring it back to the super mario 64 experience.

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jjesso19933121d ago

yep its amazing I did not think we would have another great mario in such small time all nintendo need to do is get more games out new franchises I think alot of hardcore gamers would consider buying one.