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Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii Price in Malaysia

Compare Prices of Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii

Best price for Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii in Malaysia is RM 310.60

You can buy the Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii at the lowest price of RM 310.60 from Lazada which is 9% cheaper than the Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii that is sold by AliExpress at the price of RM 339.70.
Alternatively, the Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii is also sold in Indonesia at Nzgameshop with the price of RM 102.00 and Philippines at Nzgameshop with the price of RM 100.00 and Singapore at Nzgameshop with the price of RM 100.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:38.

Price List by Country for Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 355.000 MYR 102.00
Malaysia MYR 310.60 MYR 311.00
Philippines PHP 1,343.00 MYR 100.00
Singapore SGD 33.90 MYR 100.00

Specs of Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelSuper Mario Galaxy, Wii
DateFeb 2014
Game editionBasic
PlatformNintendo Wii
ESRB ratingE (Everyone)
Language versionGerman
Release date (DD/MM/YYYY)16.11.2007
Multiplayer mode
Maximum number of players2

Reviews of Nintendo Super Mario Galaxy Wii
Reviewed on 2017-04-24
Mario has flown all over the galaxy and into our hearts this time! Why is it that I always give my highest scores to Mario games? Am I just completely biased by his charm? I'm pretty sure that it's not just that.Most Mario adventure games are simply very...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-08
Super Mario Galaxy for the Nintendo Wii has been called one of the best games on the system, a must-own title, and one of the top platformers of all time. Does it live up to the hype? When Nintendo makes a new Mario platformer, fans take notice. After...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-20
If theres any video game character that has withstood the test of time, its everyones favorite Italian plumber, Mario. This is one character that just isnt going away. I remember getting my first NES as a kid and getting Super Mario Bros for ...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-29
Over a decade ago Super Mario 64 defined the template for 3D platform games, and set a standard that surprisingly few of the games that followed would even get near to. Sadly for Nintendo, that included its own Gamecube sequel. It seems harsh to label a g...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-27
After writing the 3D platformer rulebook back in 1996 with Super Mario 64, Nintendo has had one hell of a mountain to climb to top that classic title. Super Mario Sunshine came close, but even the interesting new FLUDD mechanic and tropical setting cou...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-24
Whilst it is unlikely that this is the first Mario Galaxy review you have read, and less likely still that you are unaware of the sort of scores it is amassing, you may be less familiar with some of the more intimate details of Nintendos latest outing...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-21
A true new Super Mario game is something we don't get all that often - in recent years it's been one per console. When that game finally does arrive, as is the case with Super Mario Galaxy on the Wii, it's all too easy to get carried away. Anyone who's...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-20
Having had the chance to play quite a few Wii games to date I would venture to say that Mario Galaxy is one of, if not the best looking game to date on Nintendo’s next-generation system. Everything just screams Nintendo quality. If you think that I...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-17
Excitement and wonder around every corner; loads of bonus stages, unlockables; beautiful visuals; majestic orchestral soundtrack.
Wii-mote controls are tricky with certain power-ups; voice acting has mysteriously disappeared.
Highs: Excitement and wonder around every corner; loads of bonus stages, unlockables; beautiful visuals; majestic orchestral soundtrack.LowsWii-mote controls are tricky with certain power-ups; voice acting has mysteriously disappeared. Final VerdictA t...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-16
What gamer hasnt heard of Mario? If you started your gaming off when I did, you played some of the earlier adventures. Maybe you met Mario in Super Mario Bros, or even in Donkey Kong. Maybe your first experience was on the SNES with Super Mario World...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-15
Rating: Everyone Super Mario Galaxy begins with a somewhat menacing tone: Princess Peach has invited Mario to the castle because she has a surprise for him. If that werent bad enough, it is also the day of the festival. Which festival? The festival. ...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-13
"Wow". There, I said it. And you will too after playing Super Mario Galaxy, the spiritual successor to Super Mario 64. See that score to the right of the review? Add a plus sign to it. Our review guidelines don't allow for games to receive an "A+", but...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-12
Given the hour, I'm assuming that a lot of you are likely waking up to this review. Perhaps some of you have fancies of Nintendo's latest flagship title Super Mario Galaxy dancing in your heads, holdovers from the dreams cultured while you slept. Some...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-12
Super Mario Galaxy is not a perfect game; never mind the “perfect” score. It’s just one of those games that I wouldn’t feel right not giving a 10 out of 10. This is one of those titles which contains just a little bit of – an almost indefinable and...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-12
Super Mario Galaxy, like every Super Mario game, follows the unsurprisingly bad premise it’s had since the original Donkey Kong. The easy-to-kidnap Princess Peach is taken by our favorite giant, evil turtle Bowser. Arriving just in the nick of time...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-12 | Digg This | Glink It In the first week of September, 1996, an unfamiliar controller caught my attention. It was attached to a new kiosk at Blockbuster and, after staring at it for a few seconds, I realized what I was looking at: Ninten...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-12
A game light-years above the rest. Careful: minor spoilers ahead. It’s evident right from the beginning just how much effort was put into the reinvention of Mario, a task of galactic proportions. The game looks amazing, sounds incredible, and is a t...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-12
Excellent combination of retro and addictive, unique gameplay, Each galaxy is more fun than the last, Gorgeous visuals,
Multiplayer feels tacked on
For someone who got their start as a humble Italian plumber – Mario has sure had his share of occupations. Think about it – Mario has tried his hand at everything from driving go-karts and prescribing medicine to becoming a multi-sport athlete and even...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-08
Superlative gameplay; perfects and even exceeds Super Mario 64; best visuals and sound on Wii to date.
Honestly, the only thing that might put folks off is a preference against action platforming.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a winner. Super Mario Galaxy represents the Nintendo Wiis best release to date, and takes the tried-and-tested formula from Super Mario 64 and Sunshine to a new level of perfection. Its the single best reason for naysay...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-07
Some of the best level designs of any 3D platformer, Beautiful, colorful graphics, Controls work just about flawlessly in nearly every situation, Soundtrack is a delight, Lots of stages and tons of stars to find and collect.
A couple of Marios special suits can be frustrating to use, Minimal amount of story doesnt tie everything together especially well.
Here is the game that Wii owners have been pining for, a game that has tons of appeal for both the less experienced player and the longtime gamer. A game that deftly combines accessibility and challenge, all wrapped up in a package thats both deep and...
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