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Not many game characters are as famed and popular as the mustached plumber devised deep within the bowels of the Nintendo Corporation. Thinking of it, save for perhaps Pac-Man, Mario is the de-facto mascot of gaming. From the day players got to play the incredible Super Mario Bros. the blue pantaloons and red shirt wearing half of the duo stared in countless games, ranging from kart racing to Tetris look-alikes. But while any other game character would have long worn out his welcome, Mario kept coming back to cheering ovations. Much of this was thanks to the long series of games that made him what he is today in the first place – After wreaking havoc in 2D with the Mario Bros series and causing a revolution of its own in 3D with Super Mario 64, fans have grown accustomed to nothing less than fabulous gameplay. But even Mario can lose his breath, as was shown with Super Mario Sunshine for the GameCube, a game that albeit great, just didn’t deliver that sought after magic the N64 predecessor had. Which leaves us with the question: Is Galaxy the true sequel to Mario 64, or does it continue down the Sunshine path?
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