Super Mario Sunshine can be completed in roughly 20 hours with nowhere near the 120 Shines hidden in Isle Delfino. Completionists will want to go back and get everything, and considering how addictively fun this game is, I wouldn't blame them.
Combine the wonderfully fluid control system, level designs that ooze the 'one more go' appeal and the fact that it's Mario, and you've got one of the best games in a long time and certainly the GameCube's finest hour to date. [Import]
The completely new and unique world that Mario finds himself in is what makes this my personal favorite 3D Mario. The addition of FLUDD gives the game a feeling completely different from previous Mario titles. The one word that comes to mind when describing this game's setting is "vibrant". From the bustling overworld of Delfino Plaza to the sub-worlds within, this game is downright enchanting.
On another note, the soundtrack in this game is just about perfect. I still go back and listen to the soundtrack on its own pretty frequently. The tropical music gives this game that extra bit of life that sets it apart from previous entries.
The story is nothing we haven't seen before, aside from a very different reason for Mario to initially be forced to stay on the island. Although, the introduction of a new sub-villain is yet another unique part of this game.
This game is very much worth buying and playing for any gamer young or old. Even after twenty years.
Nothing short of brilliant. It has its fair share of highly frustrating niggles, but they are almost totally eclipsed by the real joy and excitement the game can conjure up inside you with such alarming frequency.
To say that the camera in this game is atrocious is like saying being kicked in the teeth kinda hurts-it gives the person an idea about how bad it is, but it doesn't even begin to describe the agony in detail.
Mario sunshine a fresh entry in the 3D Mario series. Starting off wit the visuals it looks pretty good and holds up but is nothing amazing. the controls feel very good with the help of flood making up for minor problems in movement allowing you to adjust your horizontal and vertical movement. The biggest problem with the game is the level design many of the levels are unrememberable, tedious boring and unfair. this game would have surely been a 9/ 10 if the levels were more enjoyable to play. I collected every shine and some were just a chore to play though. Overall, this game was very enjoyable to play and holds up to today I just don't think it can compare to many of the other big 3D Mario games. 7/10 (great)
oyun sıkıcı oyunun ilk saatini sıkıntısız oynadım ama sonrasında kendini tekrar etmeye başladı mario 64 oyunun'un aynısı olmuş hep aynı şeyleri yapıyorsunuz geçmişte oynanılabilirdi lakin günümüzde oynanılabilecek bir oyun değil.
I think, that this game is the most bad mario game I've ever played (I don't count Games like "Mario teaches typing" or "Hotel Mario"). For me as Ultimate Mario Fan, I can count myself to one of those who were disappointed. Why do you have a watercannon? And what's with the synchronisation of everyone?
If you want to play a good 3D-Mario-Game: Buy Super Mario 64.
SummaryWhen Mario, Peach, and an entourage of Peach's loyal Toad friends set out for a tropical vacation on lovely Isle Delfino, they're in store for much more than a relaxing holiday. A mustachioed maniac has mucked up the entire island, and Mario is accused of committing the crime. Armed with a hi-tech water cannon called FLUDD (Flash Liquidi...