Yes, we know that a significant proportion of the globe is already enjoying the delights of Super Mario Galaxy 2, but locally the game is released on July 1st. For waiting so long, Nintendo Australia believes we all need a hug or perhaps a copy of the game signed by legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto himself.
Despite Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect and Sony’s Playstation Move, Nintendo’s original motion sensing Wii is still a force to be reckoned with, as is Nintendo’s main mascot Mario, whose “Super Mario All-Stars” 25th Anniversary Edition is set to come down under, probably sooner rather than later, but will the Red Wii and DSi XL follow too?
Nintendo has a lot to announce this morning, including an app for its Miiverse platform, as well as some fan-favorite game titles that will be available on the Wii U platform in the coming months. By the time E3 rolls around, in mid-June, the Wii U will support two new Zelda games, as well as new Super Mario and Mario Kart titles.
If you own Wii game console, you can try this nice game. Its Super Mario Galaxy 2 game for Wii. Its a new version of Super Mario, continuing the successful old game Mario Bros. In this game, Mario collects stars as he travels from galaxy to galaxy.
The red Nintendo revolution has rocked up down under to satisfy Super Mario loving fans, unleashing the Red Wii bundle while also separately releasing the Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary edition with special bonus materials.
Mr Mario has been bouncing around for over two decades now, and to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Super Mario on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo has released details of the (big breath now) Super Mario All-Stars – 25th Anniversary Edition.