If I finished Super Mario Galaxy 2, is part 1 different enough to spend the time and money to buy and play through part 1?
#2pedigreehhh1088Posted 6/24/2013 6:10:59 AM
I prefer 2, but yea 1 is different enough. Plus you can get it for like $20.
#3Sparx555Posted 6/24/2013 10:49:31 AM
If you liked SMG2, then yeah, definitely. It is a bit easier but it's clearly different (other than the obvious "you play as Mario and go through these galaxies to get to the end" and a few levels are similar, but it's still a completely different game), and just as fun. :p --- Ice Cream Topics Gotten to 500: 4 Lots of ranting and stupidity: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/922345-Sparx's_Awesome_Rant/64829504
#4friendlydudePosted 6/25/2013 11:51:52 AM
You shouldn't even hesitate- grab SMG1 NOW!
#5The Vic ViperPosted 7/1/2013 6:36:09 PM
Yes. While not quite as good, it is a fantastic game.
Plus, it'll make Throwback Galaxy even better. --- ~ The Vic Viper ~ "I have nightmares about hell, where all I do is add up numbers and try to have conversations with people like you."
#6xdiesp6Posted 7/19/2013 8:06:59 AM
I did the same, and I would advise against playing them back to back: wait until a year at least has passed, or you will not enjoy it fully. The reason being that Mario Galaxy 2 is very thorough in using its formula to the fullest, so you would feel annoyed by the many training levels and indifferent before the many recycled elements. Don't get me wrong, a platformer game is its own levels: Mario Galaxy has a load of masterpiece ones, but you really want to look at them with a fresh mind.