|Super Mario Sunshine|
|Late Summer 2015|
|Story, Multiplayer, Options|
| ESRB: Everyone
PEGI: Three Years and Older
CERO: All Ages
|Media Included||Nintendo Go Cartridge|
Super Mario Sunshine Go is a remake of Super Mario Sunshine for the Nintendo Go, and is one of the launch tittles. Although a remake, a tiny bit is added into the story, such as Luigi coming to the island, but disappearing shortly after Shadow Mario tries but fails to kidnap Peach. Other stuff is added, such as Multiplayer, where a player with another Nintendo Go can join and race the other to complete it. The only thing they can do to hinder the other is spray them with water. But, they can also work together if they so choose. The other player will look like Shadow Mario, but only so that you can look like Mario, and the same will be for the other player.
There will also be a Community for this game on Miiverse titled "Super Mario Sunshine Go Community". Here, they can, according to the first trailer, "Share their Vacation", along with use stamps they player can find through-out the game (some may also be bought).
This game will be coming out Late Summer of 2015, along with other Launch Titles for the Nintendo Go.
The game starts off in the Toad Express, where Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, a few Toads, and Toadsworth are flying out to Isle Delfino for a vacation. A TV screen on the Toad Express is showing an advertisement of Isle Delfino. Mario and Luigi are mainly interested in the food there, while Toadsworth is mainly interested in the rest he will get when they land on the island. Peach, however, sees a Mario-shaped shadow figure jumping around in the background. She doesn't know what it could be, so she tries to tell the others, but sees that they are distracted, so she forgets about it.
They make a rough landing on Delfino Airstrip, as a large amount of Graffiti in the shape of Mario's head is blocking the runway. Toad and Yellow Toad are shocked at the Graffiti, noticing that it's moving, so Luigi freaks out, and Toadsworth warns them not to touch it. Peach sees Shadow Mario on top of a water tank, but before she can show Mario and Toadsworth, he disappears. Toadsworth tells Mario to go and find some assistance because of his concern about the well being of Peach in the dreadful heat. Mario agrees and goes on a brief search for something to assist him.
Mario finds the goop if he goes south of the plane. If he continues on, he soon finds a unique water pump invented by Professor E. Gadd named F.L.U.D.D., the Flash Liquidizer Ultra Dousing Device. The machine scans Mario and clips of Mario battling Iggy Koopa in Super Mario World and Bowser in Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario 64 are shown in the lower-left corner of its data display. F.L.U.D.D. introduces itself and hopes to be of assistance. Mario agrees to buy it, and straps F.L.U.D.D. to his back, and a brief instruction video on how to use F.L.U.D.D. is shown.
After user instruction, Mario takes F.L.U.D.D. over to the huge mess of Goop on the runway and, when spraying the large blob in the middle of the caricature, a Polluted Piranha Plant exposes itself as it rises from the goop. Mario easily defeats it by squirting its mouth with water when it is open. As the giant enemy fades into nothing, the runway returns to its normal condition, and the first Shine Sprite appears, which Mario collects, unaware of what it is. Peach congratulates Mario, and Toadsworth meets F.L.U.D.D., thinking it's some sort of pump. Luigi notices, and wishes he had something like it.
Suddenly, the Isle Delfino Police arrive and arrest Mario. In Delfino Court, the Pianta Judge and Pianta Attorney announce that Goop is polluting Isle Delfino and that most of the Shine Sprites have left the Shine Gate, causing a dark haze to fall upon Delfino Plaza. There are posters of the suspect posted all around the Plaza, and the person on the poster looks very much like Mario. After a brief, unfair court session along with an unsuccessful attempt by Peach, Luigi, and Toadsworth to object, Mario is found guilty and is sent to jail by the choice of the two Piantas, having being mistaken for the strange vandal on the poster who resembles him in shape and uses the Magic Paintbrush to vandalize the island, which is also a creation of Professor E. Gadd.
Later, in Mario's jail cell, F.L.U.D.D. explains about the Shine Sprites, one of them was what Mario got at the airstrip earlier. Since that the Graffiti incident has insued, most of the Shine Sprites have fled, resulting in the light loss. F.L.U.D.D. adds that Mario is being treated as a criminal and hopes to resolve the situation tomorrow. The next morning, Mario is ordered to clean all the Goop and recover all the Shine Sprites, Isle Delfino's main source of energy.
Later, after traveling to Delfino Plaza and defeating another Piranha Plant in the Generator in the middle of Bianco Square, the Grand Pianta Statue comes out of the ground with Shadow Mario on top. Shadow Mario jumps down, runs up to Princess Peach grabs her and runs. Mario then chases Shadow Mario down and sprays him until he drops Princess Peach, after which Shadow Mario runs to the Grand Pianta Statue, paints a Rainbow M on the front, and escapes into Bianco Hills. Mario follows, and although he is unsuccessful in catching the villain, he is able to recover more Shine Sprites, eventually unlocking Ricco Harbor and Gelato Beach after obtaining three and five Shine Sprites, respectively.
Once Mario recovers his tenth Shine Sprite, Shadow Mario kidnaps Princess Peach again and flees to Pinna Park. Mario collects five gears from around the plaza, and some Piantas us them to build a cannon, which Mario uses to blast himself to the park. There, he finds Shadow Mario and chases him to a pool in the back of the park, where Mecha-Bowser appears. Mecha-Bowser is then destroyed by Mario as he rides on the park's roller coaster and shoots the robotic Bowser four times with missiles using F.L.U.D.D. Shadow Mario comes out of Mecha-Bowser's head and reveals himself to be Bowser Jr., Bowser's youngest child. He claims that Princess Peach is his mother and that Mario separated her from him as was said by his father, Bowser. Bowser Jr. takes Peach to Corona Mountain (by flying in Mecha-Bowser's head) where his father, Bowser, awaits them.
Unable to rescue Princess Peach, Mario returns to cleaning up and recovering Shine Sprites, eventually unlocking Noki Bay and Ocean Fortress. After completing Episode 4 in Pinna Park, Shadow Mario is seen in Delfino Plaza running with a Yoshi egg. After Mario defeats him, he gives a fruit to the egg and a Yoshi hatches. Yoshi eggs then start to appear all over the island. Mario uses this Yoshi to eat a huge pineapple lodged in a Warp Pipe leading to Sirena Beach. Mario would chase down the crook in the Plaza twice more, once for the Turbo Nozzle and the second for the Rocket Nozzle . The Rocket Nozzle allows Mario to launch to the top of the Shine Gate, where a Warp Pipe to Pianta Village is located.
When Mario completes Episode 7 of every level, a major event occurs: Mario returns to find Delfino Plaza flooded after a surge of water came gushing out of the cave behind the Shine Gate. This flood also wound up destroying the barrier obstructing the cave entrance, allowing Mario access into Corona Mountain. Inside he finds Peach, Bowser, and Bowser Jr. relaxing in a huge hot tub. Bowser Jr. asks Peach to relax in the green Goop he and Bowser were swimming in, but she thinks she should not, observing a Shine Sprite at the bottom of the tub. Mario appears to find Bowser much bigger than he normally is for no apparent reason. Mario then battles Bowser and Bowser Jr. by using the Rocket Nozzle and then Ground Pounding from high up onto the eight platforms protruding from the tub, avoiding Bowser's fire breath and occasional attempts to rock the tub and splash Goop on him, as well as avoiding Bull's-Eye Bills from Bowser Jr. Mario destroys seven of the platforms in this manner, and then Ground Pounds the final platform. The force of the Ground Pound flips the tub end-over-end and everyone plummets down out of Corona Mountain.
Mario and Princess Peach fall from the sky onto an island just west of Delfino Plaza. Princess Peach floats down gently with her parasol to see Mario stuck headfirst in the sand. He quickly gets himself free. However, their reunion is cut short when they see F.L.U.D.D. malfunctioning from the trauma of the battle and fall. Mario rushes up to F.L.U.D.D. as it turns to look at him. Before it shut down, it said, "Mario...was... I...of... assis...tance?". Mario hangs his head in sadness, but Princess Peach sees something, and points it out to Mario. He looks up and sees a Dark Cloud cover Isle Delfino, He hears something roar from over by Corona Mountain. Angry with Bowser, Mario picks up on his Final Mission, as he goes to Corona Mountain for the Final Boss.
Once reaching the boat (which is now Mechanical), Bowser Jr. says it's time for his revenge for "killing his papa"! He uses a cannon to shoot a ton of 1-Ups into the Lava. Suddenly, Dry Bowser stomps out of the lava, and roars! That, however, causes the platform Mario's standing on to explode, sending him to the cliffs above. And so the Final Boss begins.
After the battle, the volcano explodes, causing Bowser, Bowser Jr. and Mario to go flying. Mario comes raining out of the sky, accidentally landing on top of Luigi and Toadsworth! When they get up, Toad calls them and, due to seeing that F.L.U.D.D. was repaired by the Toads, Mario gets happy again. Reunited with Mario and Peach, F.L.U.D.D. happily exclaims "The vacation starts now!", and Mario finally enjoys his vacation! Due to Isle Delfino being saved, the citizens celebrate.
Bowser and his son end up on a raft well off the coast of Isle Delfino, watching the celebration. Bowser tells his son that there is something he has to tell him about Princess Peach, but he says he knew all along that Princess Peach was not really his mother, and in fact wants to fight Mario again. Bowser, who sees much of him in his son, praises Bowser Jr. Together, they plan on hatching a new evil plot, but for now, they decide to rest a while.