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** Part of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTht2pC-9AA Sky Station Galaxy]] sounds identical to "We Are!" from ''Manga/OnePiece'', as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynbg7mN28jY demonstrated by]] Music/SiivaGunner.

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** Part of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTht2pC-9AA Sky Station Galaxy]] sounds identical to "We Are!" from ''Manga/OnePiece'', as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynbg7mN28jY demonstrated by]] Music/SiivaGunner.Music/SiIvaGunner.


* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The melody of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJSrra_RrnE Yoshi Star Galaxy]] is rather similar to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHqUnfGNybk Danse Nègre]] from Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge's African Suite, Op. 35.

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The melody of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJSrra_RrnE Yoshi Star Galaxy]] is rather similar to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHqUnfGNybk Danse Nègre]] from Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge's African Suite, Op. 35.35.
** Part of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTht2pC-9AA Sky Station Galaxy]] sounds identical to "We Are!" from ''Manga/OnePiece'', as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynbg7mN28jY demonstrated by]] Music/SiivaGunner.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The melody of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJSrra_RrnE Yoshi Star Galaxy]] is rather similar to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHqUnfGNybk Danse Nègre]] from Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge's African Suite, Op. 35.


* MemeticMutation: [[{{Unperson}} This game doesn't exist]]. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The exclusion of this game from ''Super Mario 3D All-Stars'', a CompilationRerelease of 3D ''Mario'' games for the Switch, as well as its exclusion from the ending montage of the Nintendo Direct meant to celebrate the series' 35th anniversary, all despite it being one of the series' most beloved entries, has led to jokes about how Nintendo is bent on denying the game's existence and systematically removing all mentions of it.[[/labelnote]]

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[[{{Unperson}} This game doesn't exist]]. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The exclusion of this game from ''Super Mario 3D All-Stars'', a CompilationRerelease of 3D ''Mario'' games for the Switch, as well as its exclusion from the ending montage of the Nintendo Direct meant to celebrate the series' 35th anniversary, all despite it being one of the series' most beloved entries, has led to jokes about how Nintendo is bent on denying the game's existence and systematically removing all mentions of it.[[/labelnote]]

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** Nintendo couldn’t get the rights to the Throwback Galaxy.[[note]]A companion joke to the above, which serves as a double joke. Firstly, rights are a problem with games when they’re rereleased, and secondly, the idea that Nintendo couldn’t get the rights to a level from a game that’s included in the compilation that they themselves made is comedically absurd.[[/note]]


* OlderThanTheyThink: This isn't the first game ever to have dark clones of yourself that mimic your actions and are lethal to the touch; by the time this game came out, ''{{VideoGame/Rayman|1995}}'' already had it beat by ''fifteen years''.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: This isn't the first game ever to have dark clones of yourself that mimic your actions and are lethal to the touch; by the time this game came out, ''{{VideoGame/Rayman|1995}}'' ''VideoGame/Rayman1'' already had it beat by ''fifteen years''.


* TakeThatScrappy: In the level "Where the Chomps Are Made of Gold" you get to watch a Gearmos get smashed into repeatedly by rolling Chain Chomps.

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In the level "Where the Chomps Are Made of Gold" you get to watch a Gearmos get repeatedly smashed into repeatedly by rolling Chain Chomps.

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** After completing the hidden level "C'mere, Goomba", a Gearmos comes back with Mario to Starship Mario, and Lubba is clearly displeased to have a Gearmos on board.


** World S, the game's special world, has arguably the lamest levels in the game. Mario Squared, Boss Blitz, and Stone Cyclone are really short and ripped directly from the first game. Twisty Trials is a ''Sunshine'' NostalgiaLevel that gives you power-ups, therefore ruining the point of the level and making it too easy. Rolling Coaster and Flip-Out are both based on earlier galaxies in the game (Rolling Masterpiece and Flip-Swap), and while they are harder, don't feel original enough. However, Grandmaster Galaxy is generally well-regarded for being very difficult.

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** World S, the game's special world, has arguably the lamest levels in the game.world. Mario Squared, Boss Blitz, and Stone Cyclone are really short and ripped directly from the first game. Twisty Trials is a ''Sunshine'' NostalgiaLevel that gives you power-ups, therefore ruining the point of the level and making it too easy. Rolling Coaster and Flip-Out are both based on earlier galaxies in the game (Rolling Masterpiece and Flip-Swap), and while they are harder, don't feel original enough. However, Grandmaster Galaxy is generally well-regarded for being very difficult.

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* TakeThatScrappy: In the level "Where the Chomps Are Made of Gold" you get to watch a Gearmos get smashed into repeatedly by rolling Chain Chomps.


* BrokenBase: Throwback Galaxy. Is it a NostalgiaLevel capable of making players weep with joy once they hear the MusicalNod, or is it proof that Nintendo is running out of ideas and is too lazy to make a new, creative level? Or was it a poor choice for a remade level, when some would have preferred a Bob-omb Battlefield remake instead?

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Throwback Galaxy. Is it a NostalgiaLevel capable of making players weep with joy once they hear the MusicalNod, or is it proof that Nintendo is running out of ideas and is too lazy to make a new, creative level? Or was it a poor choice for a remade level, when some would have preferred a Bob-omb Battlefield remake instead?instead?
** Unlike ''Galaxy 1'', this game has a world map instead of levels being accessible through the hub world. Fans of the world map argue that it's still relatively nonlinear and the Comet Observatory is too confusing and cumbersome, while others argue that the Comet Observatory had a better atmosphere and fit the space feeling more.


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** World S, the game's special world, has arguably the lamest levels in the game. Mario Squared, Boss Blitz, and Stone Cyclone are really short and ripped directly from the first game. Twisty Trials is a ''Sunshine'' NostalgiaLevel that gives you power-ups, therefore ruining the point of the level and making it too easy. Rolling Coaster and Flip-Out are both based on earlier galaxies in the game (Rolling Masterpiece and Flip-Swap), and while they are harder, don't feel original enough. However, Grandmaster Galaxy is generally well-regarded for being very difficult.


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** One of the Green Stars on Stone Cyclone Galaxy has you ''perfectly'' time a Triple Jump off of a moving Tox Box to get the star.


* EpilepticTrees: There's a ton of theories floating around about the nature of the "Hell Valley sky trees" in Shiverburn Galaxy.

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* EpilepticTrees: There's a ton of theories floating around about the nature of the "Hell Valley Valley's sky trees" in Shiverburn Galaxy.


* EpilepticTrees: There's a ton of theories floating around about the nature of the "trees" in Shiverburn Galaxy.

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* EpilepticTrees: There's a ton of theories floating around about the nature of the "trees" "Hell Valley sky trees" in Shiverburn Galaxy.

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* EpilepticTrees: There's a ton of theories floating around about the nature of the "trees" in Shiverburn Galaxy.


* MemeticMutation: [[{{Unperson}} This game doesn't exist]]. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The exclusion of this game from ''Super Mario All-Stars'', a CompilationRerelease of 3D ''Mario'' games for the Switch, as well as its exclusion from the ending montage of the Nintendo Direct meant to celebrate the series' 35th anniversary, all despite it being one of the series' most beloved entries, has led to jokes about how Nintendo is bent on denying the game's existence and systematically removing all mentions of it.[[/labelnote]]

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* MemeticMutation: [[{{Unperson}} This game doesn't exist]]. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The exclusion of this game from ''Super Mario 3D All-Stars'', a CompilationRerelease of 3D ''Mario'' games for the Switch, as well as its exclusion from the ending montage of the Nintendo Direct meant to celebrate the series' 35th anniversary, all despite it being one of the series' most beloved entries, has led to jokes about how Nintendo is bent on denying the game's existence and systematically removing all mentions of it.[[/labelnote]]

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