Even 20 years later, the incredibly detailed world design of 2002's Super Mario Sunshine still manages to impress.
My main memory of this game is the broken, highly frustrating floating pinball stages. Still, the summery vibe is quite uplifting.
The Pachinko level purposefully pushing you if you try to hover to a red coin was frustrating indeed.
Playing this game without having the high expectations of being sequel to 64 is actually a blast, I enjoyed it way more than I remember, yes it's the only 3D Mario game that annoys me with some of it's stages but it's actually so much fun overall
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