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Mario Galaxy?

Any of you guys play Mario Galaxy? What do you think of it? I've heard its a really good game, but just starting playing and not that into it yet.

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It's one of the few Wii games I actually like. It takes a little while as it builds slowly, but the use of 'gravity' is quite interesting.

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wii's are for kids.




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wii's are for kids.
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It gets better as you go. Awesome game.

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Cut scenes are wayyyy to long and you can't skip them. Other than that it's great.

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I like the game a lot. It's a good progression from Mario 64. I don't get to play it as much as I'd like though

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Definately the next evolution of Mario. Good game, and it keeps you interested through all 120 stars.

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I've been wanting to buy this but can't justify the price tag so I'll wait a few more months. Tell me, does the game require the nunchuck attachment to play?
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does require the nunchuck. I got it for $44 used at gamestop. It has grown on me, I'll keep it.

looking forward to playing metroid and zeda too.

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does require the nunchuck. I got it for $44 used at gamestop. It has grown on me, I'll keep it.

looking forward to playing metroid and zeda too.
Zelda is probably the best game for the system right now. Which could be bad, it's been almost 3 years since it came out.

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