History Videogame / SuperMarioGalaxy2

10th Dec '17 8:13:31 AM MasterofGalaxies4628
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[[caption-width-right:255:[[Franchise/StarTrek Boldly go,]] boys. Boldly go.]]

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[[caption-width-right:255:[[Franchise/StarTrek Boldly go,]] go]], boys. Boldly go.]]



** The "Hell Valley Sky Trees", which appear in Shiverburn and Grandmaster Galaxies, and serve no other purpose other than to look creepy and to secretly watch you from far away on the background cliffs. If the player switches the POV to first person and carefully looks in a certain part of the background in two certain levels, a trio of shadowy, alien-like figures can be seen on the mountaintops, staring at the player. The name for the figures comes their texture files that can only be found by hacking. Possibly referenced by a similar-looking ghost that appears in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DLand''.

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** The "Hell Valley Sky Trees", which appear in Shiverburn and Grandmaster Galaxies, and serve no other purpose other than to look creepy and to secretly watch you from far away on the background cliffs. If the player switches the POV to first person and carefully looks in a certain part of the background in two certain levels, a trio of shadowy, alien-like figures can be seen on the mountaintops, staring at the player. The name for the figures comes from their texture files that can only be found by hacking. Possibly referenced by a similar-looking ghost that appears in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DLand''.



* LostWoods: The Tall Trunk Galaxy is a forest-themed galaxy which has a huge tree as a centerpiece.

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* LostWoods: TheLostWoods: The Tall Trunk Galaxy is a forest-themed galaxy which has a huge tree as a centerpiece.



** Using Luigi for a mission whenever he appears randomly in a galaxy.



** Lubba has indulged in this as well. "Nice spaceship, yeah? More like a [[{{Faceship}} faceship]], har har!"

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** Lubba has indulged in this as well. "Nice spaceship, yeah? More like a [[{{Faceship}} faceship]], {{faceship}}, har har!"
3rd Dec '17 11:39:45 AM 8BrickMario
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** The Cloud Flower in the Twisty Trials Galaxy is completely optional, and the level can be done without it.
15th Nov '17 1:33:24 AM StardustSoldier
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** Compared to the first game, literally. At many points in the first game where there was a dark starry sky, there is now a blue sky with clouds in the sequel, even on the cover art. Also, Bowser's first attack is much more nonsensical (growing himself giant) instead of bombarding Toad Town.

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** Compared to the first game, literally. At many points in the first game where there was a dark starry sky, there is now a blue sky with clouds in the sequel, even on the cover art. Also, Bowser's first attack in this game, growing himself giant, is much more nonsensical (growing himself giant) instead than in the previous game of bombarding Toad Town.
26th Oct '17 10:45:13 AM Jubileus57
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* SnowySleighBells: Sleigh bells are used sporadically in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgbVzp7_kqc Freezy Flake Galaxy's theme]].
25th Oct '17 12:47:02 PM Unknownlight
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* MultiManMelee: Battle Belt Galaxy. Each enemy on each planet must be defeated in order to advance, ranging from one Goomba on the first planet to four Chomps on the last one.

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* MultiManMelee: MultiMookMelee: Battle Belt Galaxy. Each enemy on each planet must be defeated in order to advance, ranging from one Goomba on the first planet to four Chomps on the last one.
21st Oct '17 11:41:07 AM Jubileus57
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* WindmillScenery: The Cloudy Court Galaxy, which has a rustic flair to it, features numerous floating windmills. Instead of using wind to rotate their blades, the reverse happens: the rotating blade ''create'' the gusts of wind.
13th Oct '17 8:33:19 PM MetaFour
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* BalloonBelly: Yoshi's Blimp powerup, which is a CallBack to the P-Balloon from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld''.



* BlatantLies: In the second mission for Haunty Halls Galaxy, there is an.. unhelpful sign..

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* BlatantLies: In the second mission for Haunty Halls Galaxy, there is an.. an... unhelpful sign..sign...


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* BodyInflationGag: Caused by Yoshi's Blimp powerup, which is a CallBack to the P-Balloon from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld''.
10th Oct '17 12:53:26 PM MyFinalEdits
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Like ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', this sequel features both 2D and 3D platforming, as well as gravity-related challenges as the mustached one careens through the cosmos. [[SequelDifficultySpike It's much more challenging than the original]] (however, there are some gamers who feel that it's actually much easier for the most part, compared to the first game); Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto has stated that the game is geared toward players who felt the previous game lacked challenge.

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Like ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', this sequel features both 2D and 3D platforming, as well as gravity-related challenges as the mustached one careens through the cosmos. [[SequelDifficultySpike It's much more challenging than the original]] (however, there are some gamers who feel that it's actually much easier for the most part, compared to the first game); original]]; Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto has stated that the game is geared toward players who felt the previous game lacked challenge.
4th Oct '17 4:36:13 AM Luigifan
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** Glamdozer, the [[KingMook Queen Mook]] of the [[http://www.mariowiki.com/images/thumb/b/b3/Pupdozer.png/150px-Pupdozer.png Pupdozers]] is defeated both with a game mechanic and an enemy kill strategy. The Pupdozers have the several-pointed star-like Ground Pound symbol on their bellies. To kill them, you have to pound through a grate that will flip you onto the other side of the (flat) planet and wait for it to crawl onto the grate. Then pound again, and they will be tossed on their backs and die. Glamdozer, a giant, morbidly obese, female version of the Pupdozers is on a disk-shaped planet with such grates all over it. She is sleeping, and you have to wake her up by pounding the grate she is covering. During the fight, you will have to repeat the process three more times, but she is fast, so it requires good timing and patience to do so.

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** Glamdozer, the [[KingMook Queen Mook]] of the [[http://www.mariowiki.com/images/thumb/b/b3/Pupdozer.png/150px-Pupdozer.png Pupdozers]] Pupdozers]], is defeated both with a game mechanic and an enemy kill strategy. The Pupdozers have the several-pointed star-like Ground Pound symbol on their bellies. To kill them, you have to pound through a grate that will flip you onto the other side of the (flat) planet and wait for it to crawl onto the grate. Then pound again, and they will be tossed on their backs and die. Glamdozer, a giant, morbidly obese, female version of the Pupdozers is on a disk-shaped planet with such grates all over it. She is sleeping, and you have to wake her up by pounding the grate she is covering. During the fight, you will have to repeat the process three more times, but she is fast, so it requires good timing and patience to do so.



** Bowser Jr. tells you Gobblegut's weak point--the red bulging areas on his body. Regarding the [[TheSpiny Pupdozers]] in Flipsville Galaxy: "The soft bellies look so squishy!"

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** Bowser Jr. tells you Gobblegut's weak point--the point -- the red bulging areas on his body. body.
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Regarding the [[TheSpiny Pupdozers]] in Flipsville Galaxy: "The soft bellies look so squishy!"



* BossOnlyLevel: Boss Blitz Galaxy features five boss fights (against bosses from the first ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'') in a row--and nothing else.

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* BossOnlyLevel: Boss Blitz Galaxy features five boss fights (against bosses from the first ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'') in a row--and row -- and nothing else.



* CameraScrew: Occasionally rears its head--see FakeDifficulty below. [[spoiler:Whomp's Fortress]] is a notable example; amusing since ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' was infamous for its CameraScrew.

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* CameraScrew: Occasionally rears its head--see head -- see FakeDifficulty below. [[spoiler:Whomp's Fortress]] is a notable example; amusing since ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' was infamous for its CameraScrew.



* CreativeClosingCredits: [[spoiler:You can control Mario/Luigi in the credits sequence. In fact, you can apparently even [[KaizoTrap die]] in them]].

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* CreativeClosingCredits: [[spoiler:You can control Mario/Luigi in the credits sequence. In fact, you can apparently even [[KaizoTrap die]] in them]].them.]]



* TheDragon: Bowser, Jr., who holds half of the Grand Stars for Bowser.

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* TheDragon: Bowser, Bowser Jr., who holds half of the Grand Stars for Bowser.



* DropTheHammer: Megahammer uses these as one of its prime attacks-- besides potentially squishing the player, the hammers' impact will also shake loose the black-and-yellow strips on the platform, creating deadly gaps.

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* DropTheHammer: Megahammer uses these as one of its prime attacks-- attacks -- besides potentially squishing [[OneHitKill squishing]] the player, the hammers' impact will also shake loose the black-and-yellow strips on the platform, creating deadly gaps.



** Flying Mario and Ice Mario from the first game, only accessible via hacking. While the latter transformation files have to be imported from the first opus, the former is still fully functional. However, putting via a level editor the ice flower and/or the flying star, it freezes the game. This is because the Red Star and Ice Flower objects were removed despite being fully functional. With some patching of the game's code, the objects can be added back in.

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** Flying Mario and Ice Mario from the first game, only accessible via hacking. While the latter transformation files have to be imported from the first opus, the former is still fully functional. However, putting via a level editor the ice flower Ice Flower and/or the flying star, it freezes Flying star into a level via an editor will freeze the game. This is because the Red Star and Ice Flower objects were removed despite being fully functional. With some patching of the game's code, the objects can be added back in.



** During the first mission of Sky Station Galaxy, there's a sign at Yoshi's house telling you to go around the back. During the Prankster Comet version of the mission, stopping to read the sign has it amended to say it's from [[http://www.suppermariobroth.com/post/156115358715/during-the-first-mission-of-sky-station-galaxy-in "Yoshi the Space Dragon"]] rather than just Yoshi, as was the case with the original.

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** During the first mission of Sky Station Galaxy, there's a sign at Yoshi's house telling you to go around the back. During the Prankster Comet version of the mission, stopping to read the sign has it amended to say it's from [[http://www.suppermariobroth.com/post/156115358715/during-the-first-mission-of-sky-station-galaxy-in "Yoshi the Space Dragon"]] rather than just Yoshi, as was the case with [[VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld the original.original]].
20th Sep '17 12:18:21 PM Jubileus57
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* LilyPadPlatform: Starshine Beach has some lilypads Mario carn ride. Those are actually required to transport Cloud Mario to certain locations, as the plumber loses the Power Up when he touches water.
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