Super Mario Sunshine :: Gamecube Game Review
Super Mario Sunshine, Mario's newest game for the Nintendo Gamecube, is all about Mario relaxin' on the beach with Princess Peach. Yeah, right... the dude can't get a break! Mario and Princess Peach are on vacation when someone, who looks like Mario, gunks up their vacation island and Mario gets blamed. What's a plumber to do? Roll up his sleeves and start cleaning! Mario's got a dirty job to do in Gamecube's Super Mario Sunshine.
You take control of Mario and his FLUDD water cannon and it's up to you to wash the gunk away and clean the whole island. Super Mario Sunshine plays a lot like Super Mario 64 - but with extra moves, thanks to Mario's backpack water cannon. The controls are wicked, except for having to handle the camera by yourself - that's a pain.
Super Mario Sunshine has wicked graphics and sound quality, thanks to the power of the Nintendo Gamecube. The world of Mario comes to life but this time it's a totally different kind of world. The classic Mario game features (fire worlds, bricks and turtles galore) are gone and instead you're on a tropical island. Super Mario Sunshine still has enough classic stuff to remind you that you're playing a Mario game though!
Super Mario Sunshine is Mario's first adventure on the Gamecube and it's a solid game that'll keep you hopping, spraying and playing for hours. It's not perfect though - you have to control the camera yourself which is a pain in the butt. And, though the sound is dolby qaulity, the actual sound FX are kinda lame. Super Mario Sunshine is still a very cool Gamecube game that'll keep you entertained for days.
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