Super Mario Galaxy was released on November 12, 2007, with a MSRP of $49.99.
The first/last time I reported data for Super Mario Galaxy was on May 22; you can read that post HERE.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 was released on May 23, 2010, also with a MSRP of $49.99.
The last time I reported data for Super Mario Galaxy 2 was on June 8; you can read that post HERE.
The data below for Super Mario Galaxy represents approximately 974 days of reporting after its release, while Super Mario Galaxy 2's data represents approximately 51 days of reporting since it released.
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Number of Players Reporting Data:
Super Mario Galaxy has approximately 1,399,985 players reporting their play-time data, on the Wii's Nintendo Channel.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 has approximately 100,635 players reporting play-time data.
Player Increase Since Last Report:
Super Mario Galaxy has increased by 59,532 more players reporting play-time data, since the May 22 report.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 has increased by 71,234 more players reporting data, since the June 8 report.
"Total" Game-Play Hours Reported & Increased(since last report):
Super Mario Galaxy now has 42,917,030 Total Hours reported, an increase of 2,552,450 hours.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 now has 2,099,468 Total Hours reported, an increase of 1,740,859 hours.
Amazon.com Sale Rank & Advertised Price:
Super Mario Galaxy's Amazon.com sale rank is #80 and its current selling price is $40.54.
Super Mario Galaxy 2's Amazon.com sale rank is #7 and its current selling price is $46.99.
GameRankings.com Review Score Average:
Super Mario Galaxy's current review score average is 97.46%, based on 77 reviews.
Super Mario Galaxy's review score average has slightly increased from the May report's percentage of 97.28%.
Interestingly, GameRankings.com has removed four review scores from its average since May, when it then had 81 reviews.
Super Mario Galaxy 2's current review score average is 97.25%, based on 51 reviews.
On June 8, Super Mario Galaxy 2's review score average was 97.36%, based on 40 reviews; so its average has decreased slightly, while adding eleven reviews to its average.
I find it interesting that Super Mario Galaxy 2's average hours "Per person" are around 20 hours of game-play.
I do not own Super Mario Galaxy 2, and I have not played it; so I don't know how many "Total" hours it should take a person to complete.
If it is around 30 hours, I wonder if that's where it will end up averaging like Super Mario Galaxy is right now; or if people will go back and spend many more hours collecting all the stars and replaying the levels.
If you have played and beaten the main campaign in Super Mario Galaxy 2, have you found yourself going back to play the game again? If you have collected all the stars already, about how many hours did it take you?
If you are interested in either Super Mario Galaxy or Super Mario Galaxy 2, you can see new & some used prices on Amazon.com below: