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Super Mario Galaxy Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:Super Mario is ready to redefine 3D platforming all over again! The longtime Nintendo favorite enters the new world of the Nintendo Wii by entering another new world: outer space! Princess Peach has been kidnapped, taken by a creature who disappears with her into a strange galaxy. Go planet hopping as you explore bizarre worlds in pursuit of the Princess! The Wii's unique interactive controls combine with the physics of space to give Mario a whole new set of moves. Battle new and familiar enemies with both new and familiar attacks. Dash through alien landscapes, overcome obstacles, and pull off insane, gravity-defying jumps on a truly out-of-this-world adventure.
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