Super Mario Galaxy 2 Latest News - Wii

Game Description: Rejoin Mario on his galactic adventures in this follow-up to 2007's critically acclaimed platformer. Team up with your beloved dino-pal Yoshi, explore all new planets, and encounter diabolical enemies and puzzles as you journey to the stars and beyond.
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  • E3 2009 Nintendo Press Conference: Super Mario Galaxy 2 Officially Revealed

    It was the biggie that Mario fans were hoping for, and Nintendo delivered. At its E3 press conference, Nintendo officially announced Super Mario Galaxy 2 and revealed a new game play trailer as well. No release date was mentioned, but fans have to be happy to see two brand new Mario games finally heading to the Wii. Update: We caught up with...

    Posted June 2, 2009

    E3 2009 Nintendo Press Conference: Super Mario Galaxy 2 Officially Revealed
  • Bill Trinen Speaks About Super Mario Galaxy 2

    Posted: March 4, 2010

    5,665 Views | 06:31

  • Talkabouts: Super Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid: Other M And More

    Posted: February 26, 2010

    14,259 Views | 14:56

  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: February 24, 2010

    10,085 Views | 02:00

  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 Nintendo Summit 2010 Trailer

    Posted: February 24, 2010

    15,189 Views | 02:06

  • The Biggest Upcoming Nintendo Wii Games of 2010

    Posted: January 25, 2010

    12,478 Views | 02:39


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