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Super Mario Sunshine - GameCube

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Super Mario Sunshine - GameCube

Product Description

Seeking well-deserved rest and relaxation, Mario™ and Princess Peach travel to a beautiful remote island. It is said the local citizens are friendly and the weather forecast suggests year-round sunshine. However, when they get to the island, they quickly find out that the peaceful paradise has been polluted by a mysterious stranger. Worse still, the individual bears a striking resemblance to Mario! Determined to clear his reputation and clean up the island, Mario sets off on his greatest adventure yet.

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Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Product ID122937
Brand NameNintendo
GameStop ExclusiveNo
GenreAction
Publisher NameNintendo
Developer NameNintendo
FranchiseSuper Mario
Product Height0.4
Product Weight0.15
Product Length5
Product Width3.6

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Brand NameNintendo
GameStop ExclusiveNo

Gameplay

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GenreAction

Fandom

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Publisher NameNintendo
Developer NameNintendo
FranchiseSuper Mario

Dimension

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Product Height0.4
Product Weight0.15
Product Length5
Product Width3.6

Ratings & Reviews

3.9
rated 3.9 out of 5
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67 4 stars reviews
5 3 stars reviews
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Gamecube Mario games still rock!
rated 5.0 out of 5
Tom C
Verified Purchaser
1 year ago

Excellent game and in incredible quality from gamestop.

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Excellent game, and a must have for any GameCube.
rated 4.0 out of 5
KD801
2 years ago

I bought this game over a decade ago and it quickly became my favorite of all time. FLUDD working in tandem with Mario's large set of moves make for a game with an incredibly high skill ceiling and an incredibly low skill floor. Many may lament the loss of the long jump from 64 at first but will eventually get used to the spin jump as a superior option offering the distance of a long jump, plus the height of a triple jump, and a slowed descent. That's really the name of the game with Sunshine. Take what 64 did, and refine it. Mario controls razor tight in Sunshine allowing for the player to perform Spin Jumps and Side-Somersaults on a dime making for a stellar playing experience. There are some cons to this package though. No game is perfect and Sunshine is certainly no exception. For one, the game's development was a bit rushed to meet the demand at the time for Mario on the GameCube. As a result, parts of the game feel like they aren't as polished as they could be. Nothing that could ruin the game, but stuff that could annoy the player if it gets in their way too much like some of the odd collision with the rotating X shaped platforms in the secret stages being some of the more noticeable offenders. The progression structure isn't great either. Instead of basing your progression through the game on your quantity of Shine Sprites, you're instead tasked with finding Shadow Mario in Episode 7 of every stage, and defeating him. This not only contributes to people's hatred for the notorious blue coins, but it also creates some repetition in the missions which was bad enough as is since you'll be fighting some bosses multiple times, as well as doing a lot of regular and timed red coin missions. A Shadow Mario fight on the same episode every stage on top of that just makes it so the player knows what to expect for just about every stage by the middle of the game. About the blue coins now, they aren't nearly as bad as some may lead you to believe, but getting all of them will certainly be a challenge for players new to the game. I recommend spraying absolutely everything, exploring the entire level, and speaking to as many NPCs as you can since they actually can give you hints as to where some of the kore obscure blue coins are. There's one in the seventh stage in the game that people like to complain about involving standing in a specific spot and spraying a specific direction, but there's a character that tells you about that exact blue coin in the stage itself. Don't worry about being bored of talking to NPCs either. The person who wrote the dialogue for Sunshine was the same guy who wrote the dislogue in the original Animal Crossing, Makoto Wada. As a result, each of the NPCs have something either humorous or helpful to tell you. Each NPC also has their own sub plot that progresses each episode alongside the main story like a character in Stage 2 who comes up with new excuses to not work his job, or a couple of dancers in stage 5 who get progressively more tired and frustrated as they keep dancing for these tourists who won't leave. I urge new players to speak to the locals not only for hints, but just to hear what they have to say as it's very obvious that lots of effort went into the dialogue and it'd be a shame for something so full of heart to be overlooked. With all that said though it should be noted that there are 240 blue coins meaning 1/5th of the game's content is in those blue coins. The game itself doesn't have an episode by episode counter for blue coins so I recommend keeping all of your blue coins and only turning them in when you have all 240 so you can use your total collected as a global counter. That's really it in terms of complaints with the game though outside of errors in the cutscenes like Mario being in the background of some cutscenes when he isn't supposed to be and some weird texture errors like a smeared roof texture in the Plaza. Sunshine is an excellent video game and I'd say that it's the definition of "flawed masterpiece." It's a quirky game that offers the player lots of power to move at a breakneck pace and get insane air travel making excellent use of each level's verticality. Super Mario Sunshine is a game you won't want to miss.

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AWESOME
rated 5.0 out of 5
Sunshine76
2 years ago

This is the most amazing game I have ever played. I loved it with all my heart, it was the best game of my entire life :)

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10/10
rated 5.0 out of 5
Verified Purchaser
2 years ago

Perfect condition, really great price, and fast shipping!

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Almost Perfect Game!
rated 5.0 out of 5
SunshineFan327
2 years ago

This was my first game ever and I love it. It came with the case and the game is in mint condition. The game is great and almost perfect (Except for the pachinko machine stage) Every Mario fan should play this

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Q:
So my son wants this game, what system can you play this on?
JessicaRC4 years ago
A:
The Wii and GameCube 
Mike_spo4 years ago
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Q:
is this cd the same size as a DVD because i would want to play this game on the PS3
Useydess3 years ago
A:
well first of all is it smaller than a DVD
Useydess3 years ago
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Is this the actual disk? Or is it just the case or something?
Youngbab4 years ago
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It would be the disk, and it might not have the original case
Salt N4 years ago
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Q:
Hello does this come with the case and a manual? Thanks!
TSkillz1871 year ago
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Product may not include original box and instruction manual.
Jazzmine C8 months ago
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Does it come with a case
Mario272 years ago
A:
The one I bought did come with a case. A little damaged but it is 18 years old. The disc was mint. Still playing it. 
Simp8532 years ago
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