Super Mario Sunshine

Not Available

Product Details

Description:

When Mario, Peach and an entourage of her 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 Liquidizer Ultra Dousing Device), Mario sets out to clean the island, clear his name, and solve the mystery of the villainous vandal.


Quick Glance

Maximum Number of Players: 1

ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)

Game Genre: Action/Adventure Game


Summary

Product Title: Super Mario Sunshine

Manufacturer: Nintendo

Power Score: 4.5 | 37 Reviews


See All Product Specs

More Images

Product Reviews (14)

Mario Sunshine

Strengths: fair graphics, cool add-ons when you advance into the game.

Weakness: all the goo!!! I mean ,come on, whenever you get stuck in the goo that is in the water, you have to swim under- water to restrane yourself from getting killed.

This game is very unique story about Mario, who goes on a trip to Isle Delfino, a beautiful island resort with many beaches and places. In this wonderful action-filled game, Mario can run, swim, slide and wall-jump. At the beginning of the game, Mario will obtain a water-pack named Fludd. From then on, Mario nearly always has to rely on Fludd to get around and defeat enemies. He can also solve...
Read Full Review

By lyanne97 - Jun 8, 2007

Mario is back to his platforming again

Strengths: Standard Mario game, you know what you're getting.

Weakness: Dual-stick control is a bit clumsy

Mario Sunshine puts a new twist on the standard Mario platformer. Armed with paint, Mario's off to clean up the mischief caused by an imitator. The world is bright and fun, the familiar Mario characters we know and love are back in full force, with new additions. My only complaint with this otherwise entertaining title is the use of the c-stick (the little yellow analog) seemed a little clumsy in...
Read Full Review

By botticus - Oct 31, 2005

Nintendo Super Mario: Sunshine

Strengths: Good Graphics and Gameplay

Weakness: Some the the challenges are difficult and can get frustrating

Nintendo Super Mario: Sunshine is a fun task based collection game with Mario (of course) as the main character trying to save the day. The game offers a variety of different boards and gadgets, but its still your basic Mario platforming game. Kids will love this game and it should provide a long time of enjoyment as I find certain tasks in the game quite a challenge. If you're a Mario fan, pick...
Read Full Review

By mick16 - Oct 7, 2005

A solid platformer for this generation

Strengths: Beautiful water effects, awesome FLUDDless levels

Weakness: Most non-FLUDDless levels are terrible, blue coins

Yeah, so it's not Mario 64, but it's still a solid Mario title. In fact I think the FLUDDless levels pretty much put it above Mario 64. Pretty much the only striking problem with this game is some of the horrendous levels (Pianta Village, the Hotel). Those were simply awful and it was a chore to get shines in them. The second major annoyance was collecting blue coins, simply because some of them...
Read Full Review

By swordity - Oct 1, 2005

Super Mario Sunshine

Strengths: Good Story, Another Mario ADventure

Weakness: Bad Camera

Super Mario Sunshine is the first new Mario platformer since Super Mario 64. A whole 6 years to get a new Mario game is a long time to wait, but the game is worth it. Controlling mostly like Mario 64, Sunshine is easy to pick up and playu for fans of the previous title. What hurts the gameplay, however, is the camera, which players spend as must time adjusting as they do controlling Mario. Mario...
Read Full Review

By dago2727 - Sep 14, 2005

See All Reviews