Leakaton! Mario Galaxy leaked on the interwebs!

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#1
If old or against the TOS, ban shuri.



Apparently, EBGames has a demo of the game with a 10 minute restriction. When you play that game on a Wii, the limit is not there. EB employee leaked it.

It's not even a release group that put it online.

NOTE
People keep this civil.
NO LINKS WHATSOEVER.
NO GAME IMPRESSIONS.

Release Note:
Release Date. 10.24.2007
Platform. Wii
Source. NTSC-U

Game Info.

The ultimate Nintendo hero is taking the ultimate step... out into space.
Join Mario as he ushers in a new era of video games, defying gravity across
all the planets in the galaxy. When some creature escapes into space with
Princess Peach, Mario gives chase, exploring bizarre planets all across the
galaxy. Players run, jump and battle enemies as they explore the many planets.
For Mario to succeed, gamers will press buttons, swing the Wii Remote and
Nunchuk controllers and even use the Wii Remote to point at and drag things
on-screen.

...**********.net...
...man scene you really missed the ball on this one, p2p #1...

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WE DONT KNOW IF IT WORKS ON PAL YET DONT SPAM THE COMMENTS

THIS IS NOT A SCENE RELEASE THIS IS NOT A RELEASE THAT WILL BE ON *** **** IT WAS LEAKED STRAIGHT TO ********* STOP SAYING NO ONE TALKS ABOUT IT, I WILL TELL YOU WHY NO ONE TALKS ABOUT IT WE ARE THE ORIGINALS.
 
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koam said:
If against old or against the TOS, ban shuri.



Apparently, EBGames has a demo of the game with a 10 minute restriction. When you play that game on a Wii, the limit is not there. EB employee leaked it.
Yeah, all of Nintendo demos on the Wii are usually the full game. Metroid Prime 3 and Excite Truck were the full games.
 
#10
Zeed said:
They won't be able to play it even if they do. Doesn't the Wii use a proprietary derivative of DVD?
Mod chips have existed for the Wii since release almost.

'Leaked'...as in the code ripped out and posted online for pirates?
No, the game took a piss. What do you think?
 
#15
Those kiosks are supposed to be locked. That means that gamestop/EB(same company right?) as a company is going to held accountable as a whole.


They better pray this shit doesnt leak out all over the web, or they are dead ass meat.
 
#21
Yeah I was playing the "demo" at Gamestop last night in order to get SOMETHING out of my trip over there since my preordered Ratchet & Clank hadn't arived there yet due to some shipping blunder.

I noticed no time limit and it seemed like basically the whole game. Needless to say it was awesome.
 

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all that he wants is another baby
#23
But casual games do not know this "piracy" word!

Just like Nintendo doesn't know this "demo" word. Although, after Guitar Hero 3, we're pirating demos now.

I just give up.
 
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moku said:
Those kiosks are supposed to be locked. That means that gamestop/EB(same company right?) as a company is going to held accountable as a whole.


They better pray this shit doesnt leak out all over the web, or they are dead ass meat.

Well, then they are into a lot of shit as i just checked it and there is a copy of the game going around but at least it isn´t leaked to the general public "yet". Let´s hope nobody releases it onto some shitty public web page.
 
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moku said:
Those kiosks are supposed to be locked. That means that gamestop/EB(same company right?) as a company is going to held accountable as a whole.


They better pray this shit doesnt leak out all over the web, or they are dead ass meat.
the simple that fact it's being posted here should tell you it has.

i'm surprised no one has cracked the Wii yet. how hard could it be?

NO GAME IMPRESSIONS.
WHAT?!
 
#33
So us legit EU owners have to wait until the 16th of November but pirates can get it now?
Another win for piracy. Still, what the hell are Nintendo thinking providing a full game for demo in shops which are always breaking street dates and leaking stuff like this (not specifically EB but shops in general)? So stupid.
Fucking pirates :¬/
 
#36
remember when halo 2 leaked weeks early, and then when it came out nobody bought it?

fact is piracy on the Wii is much less of a problem than it was on the original Xbox. this isn't going to effect anything.
 
#39
False alarm people. From what I've read it seems that while the demo has been imaged it spits up an "unrecognized hardware" error when trying to be played.
 
#42
Smiles and Cries said:
What's the point of this fuss, there is no way people can play that leaked code unless they live in China
Oh thank god not very many people..live in......Oh...my...god.

This is like 9/11....times a thousand.
 
#50
A side effect of this will be that The Mario Game contains "awesomeness code" that overwhelms and destroys all the computers of all non-awesome people.

Meaning, in two weeks time, the code will have spread like a virus, using the torrent to infect and the infected as vectors, until the awesomeness code has spread throughout the entire internet. Stupid users, trolls, GameFAQs, all will be wiped out in a glorious-though-disturbingly-genocidal wave of awesome. Stupid threads will cease, fucked up porn sites and forums will go down, Runescape and ad-covered flash game sites will be obliterated, Freewebs, Geocities, and Angelfire will finally meet their end, topsites that link to each other without any actual content will be massacred, pirates will be put out of business, endless e-arguments will cease. The e-celebrities, the wannabe e-celebrities, the internet drama, all will be washed away in the coming flood of awesome.

In the end, the Internet will finally become cleansed. It will lack the shitty amateur-ness of the old Internet, while keeping its awesome and exclusivity, and retain the sleek and sheen of the new Internet, while banishing its overinflated Web 2.0 ego.

And so The Mario Game will create Paradise on Screen.
 
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