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Super Mario Sunshine

by Nintendo
GameCube
Everyone
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (801 customer reviews) 92 / 100

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  • Play as Mario and use your water cannon to clean the graffiti and fight back against angry villagers
  • Climb walls, run across rooftops, and jump like never before as you wash off the scribbles on walls, floors and even the ground
  • Explore the massive island setting, completing tasks, and getting clues
  • Collect the gold coins and new Sunshine Coins to finish the level and build up the points you need to unlock new levels
  • Then get to the bottom of the mystery and find out who's been impersonating Mario!

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000066JRN
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (801 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #593 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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In his newest adventure, Mario visits a tropical island and is mistaken for a local outlaw. So he straps on a hydro-powered water pump to clean up the mess, clear his name and meet up with old friends. Hose down enemies and meet the locals in this colorful, action-packed adventure set in sprawling 3D worlds with surprises around every corner. Made in USA.

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Six years. Six long years we’ve had to wait for a new Mario game, and finally it’s here. And even considering the ridiculously unfair expectations, Super Mario Sunshine is almost entirely as good as you’d hope and expect.

The premise of the game is that Mario’s tropical holiday is ruined when he’s stitched up by an evil look-alike for daubing graffiti all over the island. Rather conveniently, there’s a water pump waiting for him to use, which not only washes away the mess but also doubles as a handy jet pack. The jet pack aspect means that whenever you fall off something you have the chance to immediately recover. This built-in safety net means the game can afford to be far more ambitious in its level design than ever before, with massive levels filled with trampolines, tightropes, water-powered windmills, huge coral reefs, and mountains and mountains of platforms.

The whole thing looks amazing, too, with the most realistic water ever seen in a video game, and a near-infinite draw distance. On top of all this are rideable, fruit-juice-spewing Yoshis, extra water nozzles, super-hardcore platform levels where Shadow Mario nicks your jet pack, and goop-generating bosses who seem to live to make Princess Peach’s laundry a nightmare.

After the sweet but rather short pleasures of Luigi’s Mansion and Pikmin, you need have no fear that Mario Sunshine is of a similarly brief nature. There are a total of 120 shines to collect--the same number of stars as in Super Mario 64--and the game world is at least as large and far more interactive. This is without question the best game on the GameCube yet. That may be no more than you'd expect from a Mario game, but it's certainly more than most of us mere mortals deserve. --David Jenkins


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162 of 172 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Too Good to be True September 6, 2002
Format:Video Game
Wow, after getting this game when it came out and playing it for two weeks, I am still amazed by it. Nintendo has once again delivered a huge hit that will be enjoyed by fans for a long time. Let's get to the basics.
Story- What's this? The princess being saved ISN'T the main part of the story? Well, she does get kidnapped a few times(I guess it was unavoidable...) but the game offers a fresh plot. Mario tries to have a relaxing vacation, but before he even arrives, Shadow Mario, his archenemy, as been wreaking havoc on Isle Delfino, where Mario plans to relax. Unfortunately, the town artist's drawing of Shadow Mario is in black and white, so all the people think Mario is guilty. His punishment is to clean up the town, and with that, his good name.
Graphics- While not the best on the GameCube, these are very nice graphics that remind me of the days of Super Mario 64 on the N64. There are some nice touches, too, that add to the gameplay, such as enemies exploding or Piantas(residents of the island) celebrating when you free them from Shadow Mario's paint. Very few, if any, graphical flaws make this one beautiful game to look at. 9/10
Control- The controls are very easy to learn and very hard to forget. Once you get down jumping much of the controls are already learned, and the rest of them are really simple, too. The one bad part is the camera, which you have to manually control, making it difficult in some areas, but that's not too much of a problem in most cases. 9/10
Gameplay- Finding all 120 Shine Sprites or those few coins, whatever your task may be, Super Mario Sunshine is a blast to play. You could be surfing on Bloopers or hanging from fences, even riding a roller coaster while destroying a mechanical Bowser(did it come back from Paper Mario?
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177 of 207 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super Mario Sunshine July 6, 2002
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This new title for Mario will be his first for the Nintendo Gamecube. If you think this game will be the typical rescue the princess from Bowser story, that's where you'll be wrong. It starts when Princess Peach, Mario, and quite a number of toads arrive on an Airplane to a peaceful tropical island full of strange people which inhabit the lands many shops and hotels attracting tourists young and old. Just when Mario was about to relax he was disturbed by the folks of the land accusing him of polluting the island, and writing Graffiti scribblings all over the towns walls. Mario of course is innocent but it appears that the actual perpetrator of this crime was dressed in a Mario suit. Whoever it was his intents are clear to comit crimes dressed as Mario so that Mario would be captured and thrown in jail allowing the true criminal to do as he pleases. Mario though won't allow this so he made a deal with the people of the land to clean up the mess and discover the identity of the man behind the suit. The game features many worlds, and enemys. Enemys from the past are back, from games such as Super Mario World. Not just enemys but old friends, Yoshi made his debut back in Super Mario 64 but he appears again in Mario Sunshine but this time you can ride on him and use his tongue to eat or spit out enemys along wiht the old jump on their heads routine. Mario equipped with a water shooting backpack can use it to clean up oil and attack enemys, he can also use it as a jetpack to reach high places. His old moves are back such as the triple jump, wall kick, Hip Drop, sliding, and much much more. For those who think this game is too short don't worry, all the screenshots shown are just one World, in a game that features many of them each 5 times bigger than the ones in Super Mario 64. Read more ›
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars What an Amazing Game! September 20, 2002
Format:Video Game
Future Buyers,
I recieved this game for my birthday on September 15, 2002. Let me tell you this is one of the best Mario Games I have ever had the pleasure of playing. Nice job nintendo. The game begins in an airplane. Mario and Peach are flying to the beautiful Isle Delfino for a much needed vacation. Unfortunately, things aren't so beautiful. A shady character has been vandalizing the Island and he looks similar to Mario. Mario is blamed for the mess and is forced to make things right again. No dont worry, this isn't another rescue Peach from Bowser ordeal. Mario meets up with FLUDD, a similar machine to the vacume cleaner in Luigi's Mansion, except it squirts water. Together, your goal is to catch the imposter and clear your good name. There are 6 worlds with 11 episodes(levels) each. Instead of stars, you try to gather Shine Sprites. The Shine Sprites will bring the beauty bacj to Isle Delfino. I believe there are over 100 Sprites you can gather. In Mario Sunshine you can do brand new things never thought possible in the previos series. With FLUDD you can use him as a hovercraft, turbo jet, and jetpack. Yoshi is also available for action. You can also do many other moves with Mario like those from Super Smash Bros. Melee (also a great game) like the triple kick. This game has some of the best graphics I've ever seen. If I could, I'd give this game way more than 5 stars. The only down I can think of is the camera. It's not as bad as people say, but it's not perfect. Otherwise this game if flawless. Here's how I rate it.
Graphics 6/5
Controls 5/5 (Difficult to Master)
Camera 4/5
Story 5/5
I hope this review helped you out. In my opinion, this is a must buy. Great for all ages!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Game wouldnt run, tried cleaning it, tried many ...
Game wouldnt run, tried cleaning it, tried many other disks, so in the end i threw the disk out and kept the case
Published 1 day ago by Aaron Ploss
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great game
Published 4 days ago by Greg
3.0 out of 5 stars OK But Not Great
My kids say it is OK
Published 11 days ago by John B. Gravlee
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
favorite game came in good but had burn rings. dissapointed
Published 13 days ago by Donald Richard Coutts
5.0 out of 5 stars since then it's always been my Favorite game. Too bad It was stolen...
When the GameCube came out, I bought the very first ones, mine was a Mario Sunshine Bundle and was my first game for the Gamecube, since then it's always been my Favorite... Read more
Published 15 days ago by Emmanuell Robledo
4.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as SM64
Fun game but lacks the variety in level design SM64 had. All levels are south pacific themed so no cold cold, lava or snow worlds to explore like in SM64.. Read more
Published 26 days ago by Rob
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
This is a good product, I like it
Published 26 days ago by Skanye Welch
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
This is one of the best mario games of all time and not just because of the nostalgia
Published 29 days ago by FallenSphinx
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
awesome. Love it.
Published 1 month ago by mangum1wa
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
The grandkids love this game!
Published 1 month ago by Linda L
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