The question is, does it offer anything for those that already own the game?
Yes, Super Mario Galaxy 2 uses the same Galaxy/Planet system of levels from the first game, and each "galaxy" level has at least one star -- many times multiple starts -- to collect at the end of the platforming challenge.
But instead of selecting the galaxy from the observatory overworld like in the original game, you're instead working through a very, very familiar world and level tree that feels much more at home in a Mario game.
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 has a lot to live up to: the original game holds the rightful spot as the best game on the Wii console.
, and your entire library of Wii Virtual Console games can now be enjoyed on the Wii Game Pad just like any other TV.
The only catch is that they must be controlled using the original input methods, be it the Wii Mote, Nunchuck, or original Classic Controller.So there’s nothing interesting at all in this update. They do get credit this time to actually block exploits.The Bannerbomb block seems to be stable this time and they didn’t leave our privilege escalation exploit unfixed like in the last update.Since this game makes full use of all the features of the Wii Remote, players have to do all kinds of things to succeed: pressing buttons, swinging the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk, and even pointing at and dragging things with the pointer.Special powers/weapons/moves/features: Since he's in space, Mario can perform mind-bending jumps unlike anything he's done before.When some creature escapes into space with Princess Peach, Mario gives chase, exploring bizarre planets all across the galaxy.