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Super Mario Sunshine


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Compatible with GameCube™ (GC)
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No one messes with Mario's vacation! Super Mario Sunshine for Nintendo GameCube is Mario's biggest, most amazing adventure ever.

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.

Super Mario Sunshine sparkles with the same spot-on play control which has made Mario the main man in the vid biz for so many years. Mario has a gang of moves at his disposal, FROM his trusty jumping maneuvers to all-new FLUDD techniques. Mario can use FLUDD to clean up sludge pools, attack enemies, hover through the air and more. Special nozzle attachments scattered throughout the island provide even more ways for FLUDD to come in handy.

Like Super Mario 64, Mario has many things to accomplish in each area of Isle Delfino. Every time Mario completes a task, he is rewarded with a Shine Sprite. Mario's missions include battling giant Piranha Plants, navigating treacherous platform challenges, solving mysteries, collecting Blue Coins, and many more. As Mario collects Shine Sprites, new areas of Isle Delfino are unlocked. This is Mario's biggest challenge ever!

Luckily, Mario isn't alone. Princess Peach and her entourage of Toads aren't much help, but the island's natural population of Yoshis sure are! Mario can ride multi-colored Yoshis throughout the island, using their tongue-slurping strength to accomplish various tasks. Other familiar characters make cameos throughout the game, along with a wide variety of all-new characters.

Powered by Nintendo GameCube, Super Mario Sunshine is a must-play. Classic Mario action, exciting new moves and surprises galore will keep you clutching your controller for months to come.

further info

Official Release Date Jul 19, 2002
Genre Platform
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000031603
Catalog No.  DOL-P-GMSJ
Item Code  4902370506068
Players  1

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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Anonymous on 15, Jul. 2005 08:53 (HKT)
Great game.
This game is a challenge, but it\'s not hard enough to ruin the fun. A perfect Original from Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto. I\'ve had a fun time with this one, even though I haven\'t collected all the Shine Sprites yet. Anyway, don\'t listen to those people that say this is a horrible game from the Mario franchise.Try it for yourself, then you\'ll get the real experience the way Mario is done. Originally and fun for all.
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Tonyous (88) on 23, Dec. 2004 04:33 (HKT)
Super Mario Sunshine - GameCube
This is no Mario 64. Some say it\'s better, some say it\'s worse. Some even say the game is far too hard. Personally, I do actually prefer Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64 to this, but I\'ll take nothing away from this game, it is good but isn\'t the long awaited sequel to Mario 64 like everyone wanted.
When I first got this, I wondered what Nintendo was up to. First Luigi\'s Mansion with a proton pack, busting ghosts as it were, and now Mario is running around watering flowers and cleaning up baddies\' evil dirt. A clever and original concept, so well done to Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto for bringing yet another class game.
It is hard though, even for me, and I\'ve usually swept through all the Mario games, like the so called Mario 3, and Mario World. I also got all 120 stars on Mario 64, and... oh, those aren\'t important right now. What is important is this game. It\'s been out a while, so if you haven\'t touched it because you\'re afraid of a challenge, or heard it\'s rubbish. Ignore that, it\'s a good game and everyone should have a go. It\'s fun, and that\'s what gaming is all about.
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Malice (52) on 24, Oct. 2004 07:10 (HKT)
Okay.
This game is cool. I love this game and I play it all the time. Good buy!
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