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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 September 2020
As this is an allegedly "limited release' I thought I had no choice but to purchase it, although I personally believe £50 is quite steep for 3 dated games especially as they aren't even full remasters. I swear Nintendo is the only company that can get away relatively unscathed by repackaging old titles and charging full whack. I had each of these respective titles on each console (N64, Gamecube, Wii) but I never actually properly played Sunshine or Galaxy so this provides an ample opportunity to experience and enjoy these flagship titles.

I have only had a little look so far but I expect Nintendo standards of quality and having 3 full soundtracks of classic Mario tunes, the N64 Soundtrack took me right back to my childhood. I also believe that if the physical edition is a limited run that this title has the potential for increased re-sale value, even though I don't sell games. Its already sold out on Amazon though Game still has some in stock, definitely worth picking up.

Edit-I played Mario 64 the most so have started with Mario Sunshine. It is nice to se that Professor E. Gadd has tweaked the controls of his inventions in recent times (Poltergust 3000 was relatively painless) the Flash Liquidiser Ultra Dousing Device or F.L.U.D.D for short is quite infuriating and awkward. You take for granted that practically every Nintendo benchmark games (Mario, Zelda) have flawless controls, Mario Sunshine is a rare miss for Nintendo.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nostalgic
By DenaliDelinquent on 23 September 2020
As this is an allegedly "limited release' I thought I had no choice but to purchase it, although I personally believe £50 is quite steep for 3 dated games especially as they aren't even full remasters. I swear Nintendo is the only company that can get away relatively unscathed by repackaging old titles and charging full whack. I had each of these respective titles on each console (N64, Gamecube, Wii) but I never actually properly played Sunshine or Galaxy so this provides an ample opportunity to experience and enjoy these flagship titles.

I have only had a little look so far but I expect Nintendo standards of quality and having 3 full soundtracks of classic Mario tunes, the N64 Soundtrack took me right back to my childhood. I also believe that if the physical edition is a limited run that this title has the potential for increased re-sale value, even though I don't sell games. Its already sold out on Amazon though Game still has some in stock, definitely worth picking up.

Edit-I played Mario 64 the most so have started with Mario Sunshine. It is nice to se that Professor E. Gadd has tweaked the controls of his inventions in recent times (Poltergust 3000 was relatively painless) the Flash Liquidiser Ultra Dousing Device or F.L.U.D.D for short is quite infuriating and awkward. You take for granted that practically every Nintendo benchmark games (Mario, Zelda) have flawless controls, Mario Sunshine is a rare miss for Nintendo.
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