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Topic: Is Super Mario Galaxy HD going to happen? And would you buy it if it came out?

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tux_peng

Knux wrote:

It's kind of interesting that Super Mario Galaxy 2 came out on the Wii U eShop, but not the first one. So is it possible that Super Mario Galaxy is getting a HD remake like The Wind Waker and Wii Sports did?

I thought the same thing. I never owned a Wii & would buy it

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Franklin

I'd get a Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2 HD package.

Which gets me thinking, they have enough games to make a Super Mario All Stars for the 3D games now. Would be cool.

EDIT: I see Dipper beat me to it.

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renaryuugufan92

I doubt it, Super Mario Galaxy 2 was released first because they are starting off with the games that people may not have got to play, i.e Galaxy 2 sold less than the original so the original will hopefully hit the eshop sometime in the future, going by this logic expect Skyward Sword before Twilight Princess tho I could be wrong here.

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renaryuugufan92 wrote:

I doubt it, Super Mario Galaxy 2 was released first because they are starting off with the games that people may not have got to play, i.e Galaxy 2 sold less than the original so the original will hopefully hit the eshop sometime in the future, going by this logic expect Skyward Sword before Twilight Princess tho I could be wrong here.

I'd expect Twilight Princess first because it works with all Wii Remotes, if Skyward Sword arrived they'd have to put some very bold warning that only Wii Motion/Remote Plus works.

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Grumblevolcano wrote:

renaryuugufan92 wrote:

I doubt it, Super Mario Galaxy 2 was released first because they are starting off with the games that people may not have got to play, i.e Galaxy 2 sold less than the original so the original will hopefully hit the eshop sometime in the future, going by this logic expect Skyward Sword before Twilight Princess tho I could be wrong here.

I'd expect Twilight Princess first because it works with all Wii Remotes, if Skyward Sword arrived they'd have to put some very bold warning that only Wii Motion/Remote Plus works.

Do regular Wii Remotes even work with Wii U games? I know for a fact that Nintendo Land requires a Wii Remote Plus in order to play the multiplayer.

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I don't think you'd really need to do that much of a disclaimer about WiiMotion+. You can't buy them new without having motion plus and that has been the case for quite a while now. Even with used ones looking at a local online classifieds of the first 8 Wiis for sale 5 of them have Motion plus one way or another. So reckon if you have a WiiMote and especially if you have a WiiMote and a Wii U (i.e. more chance you brought WiiMotes post Wii U launch) odds are it has Motion Plus.

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I have it on my shelf and I'd still buy it in HD. Roll in Xenoblade Chronicles HD as well while you're at it!

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Octane wrote:

Grumblevolcano wrote:

renaryuugufan92 wrote:

I doubt it, Super Mario Galaxy 2 was released first because they are starting off with the games that people may not have got to play, i.e Galaxy 2 sold less than the original so the original will hopefully hit the eshop sometime in the future, going by this logic expect Skyward Sword before Twilight Princess tho I could be wrong here.

I'd expect Twilight Princess first because it works with all Wii Remotes, if Skyward Sword arrived they'd have to put some very bold warning that only Wii Motion/Remote Plus works.

Do regular Wii Remotes even work with Wii U games? I know for a fact that Nintendo Land requires a Wii Remote Plus in order to play the multiplayer.

Nintendo Land only needs it for certain games. e.g Mario Chase doesn't need it.

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antonvaltaz

Octane wrote:

Do regular Wii Remotes even work with Wii U games? I know for a fact that Nintendo Land requires a Wii Remote Plus in order to play the multiplayer.

Depends on the game. Can confirm they work fine on Wii Party U, New Super Mario Bros U, Mario Kart 8, parts of Nintendo Land, Disney Infinity, Pikmin 3...

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I'd prefer a remake of both games that use the GamePad and not the Wii Remote. Sure, they would have to work around collecting Star Bits with the pointer but I'd like to see what they could do with the GamePad if it is, after all, supposed to be on the Wii U.

If it was JUST the first game, I'd have to see how many improvements they made before I'd get it.

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Saucerful wrote:

Knux wrote:

Sunshine HD isn't going to happen because the game is built around analog triggers (which just about every Wii U controller lacks), and Nintendo isn't going to have any game that requires the Gamecube Controller Adapter. Plus, Sunshine may not be financially worth a remake in Nintendo's eyes due to it's black sheep status.

The lack of analog trigger argument for Sunshine HD is weak. Nintendo put N64 games on the VC that required the separately purchased Classic Controller.

A workaround could easily be done using the current Pro Controller, while still offering compatibility with the GCN controller/adapter.

Also, Wind Waker was also the "black sheep" of the Zelda games at the time. But here we are enjoying it in HD on Wii U. Not saying Sunshine HD is going to happen, but it definitely isn't out of the realm of possibility.

There's also the fact that (at least as far as I can remember) you never HAD to shoot water at any particular strength other than full. The ability was there and it did make maneuvering just a TAD easier, but to be honest, I played through the game at full blast every time (unless I was just messing around) and had no real issues with any part of it.

They could easily release Sunshine on Wii U by just having F.L.U.D.D. fire at full capacity every time you hit the trigger. Don't want full lift? Tap the button like a game of helicopter. It would be perfectly playable.

Couldn't we just use the right analog stick? Left controls movement/right controls water pressure? I have not played that game in like 10 years (maybe less, but still), so I forgot most of the control scheme...

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Eh it'd be cool why not a collection of both? Just makes more sense.

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foobarbaz

Knux wrote:

It's kind of interesting that Super Mario Galaxy 2 came out on the Wii U eShop, but not the first one.

I figured that's because new copies of the first one (the "Nintendo Selects" version) are still easily obtainable in stores whereas the second one is harder to find. To your original question though, yeah I'd probably buy an HD version of any Mario game.

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I wouldn't. The game looks fantastic even in Standard Definition. Even if there was new content, I'd be on the fence about it.

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I wouldn't buy it unless the amount of new content is substantial. Galaxy 1 was a good game, but it's a good game I've already played enough times now, and there are definitely some places where new content/stars/levels/stuff could be added if Nintendo decided to do so.

Would it happen? Doubtful. Seems like if a remake or remaster was happening, it'd be both Galaxy games, maybe in one package. Or maybe Sunshine, given how much older it is.

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I wouldn't. I'm happy playing the game in standard definition without virtualization.

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antonvaltaz

foobarbaz wrote:

I figured that's because new copies of the first one (the "Nintendo Selects" version) are still easily obtainable in stores whereas the second one is harder to find. To your original question though, yeah I'd probably buy an HD version of any Mario game.

In Europe at least they're both in the budget Nintendo Selects range...

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I'd like to see Super Mario 64 HDS. A Wii U version of the DS game.

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Dipper723 wrote:

I'd personally love to see ALL the 3D Mario games from 64 to 3D Land remade in HD in a collection pack. If it was JUST Mario Galaxy, I probably wouldn't buy it.

Haha, good luck waiting for that to happen.

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martinskrtel37

Super Mario Galaxy came out in 2007 for Nintendo's last console, I don't understand why people are calling for a remake already...

I wouldn't buy it again as it's already on my shelf... you guys know the Wii U plays Wii games, right?

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Octane wrote:

everyone needs to relax and enjoy the games that are released today and stop worrying what Nintendo will do in a year or two from now.

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