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I'm NOT happy that "3D Mario" now means "Galaxy". Does he realise that 64 and Sunshine had unique, worldbuilding, nonlinear qualities that people also liked? Or that random platforms in space, while easy to develop, is no longer innovative?



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Soleron said:

I'm NOT happy that "3D Mario" now means "Galaxy". Does he realise that 64 and Sunshine had unique, worldbuilding, nonlinear qualities that people also liked? Or that random platforms in space, while easy to develop, is no longer innovative?


sunshine shouldnt be in that sentence, it wasnt polished, very glitchy, wasnt innovative, and sold a lot less then say 64, galaxy, or even the current 3d land. Great game, but had a lot of problems and wasnt well liked at all back in the day.



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Soleron said:

I'm NOT happy that "3D Mario" now means "Galaxy". Does he realise that 64 and Sunshine had unique, worldbuilding, nonlinear qualities that people also liked? Or that random platforms in space, while easy to develop, is no longer innovative?


I agree but I don't really know what kind of new mario game would blow my mind as much as galaxy did back then.

Maybe a really grand, epic and non-linear mario with a lot of exploration (as other people have suggested) would do the trick.



3D World probably got fast tracked too because it would be easier (read: finished quicker) to develop than a Mario Galaxy style Mario.

They probably wrapped 3D Land, and went into 3D World a few months later.

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bobgamez said:
Soleron said:

I'm NOT happy that "3D Mario" now means "Galaxy". Does he realise that 64 and Sunshine had unique, worldbuilding, nonlinear qualities that people also liked? Or that random platforms in space, while easy to develop, is no longer innovative?


sunshine shouldnt be in that sentence, it wasnt polished, very glitchy, wasnt innovative, and sold a lot less then say 64, galaxy, or even the current 3d land. Great game, but had a lot of problems and wasnt well liked at all back in the day.

I'd take 4000 Sunshines over Galaxy 2.



Because that is what Mario needed, to be more accessible.

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I hope they go back to Galaxy/Universe one day. 2015 please..

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