Talk:Bowser's Galaxy Reactor
Black Hole (Sun)
Alright, I just cleared up a huge chunk of rubbish on this article. What I want confirming is what exactly becomes the supermassive black hole? The articles states that it is the sun, yet I'm rather confident that the planetoid Bowser lands on is actually the self-destructive celestial object in question, as shown in the cutscene. I need some people to check out the cutscene so that we can clearly describe what occurs in the level/cutscene/galaxy in this article.
-- This Is War 19:22, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
- It's just one of the random planets / stars in Bowser's Galaxy Reactor which can't be accessed. Koopalmier 19:32, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
- Are you sure? Judging by its position and surface texture in the cutscene, I make it to be the second planet where Bowser fought Mario. This Is War 20:22, 10 December 2010 (UTC) Of course, it might just be a similar planet, but then the player should be able to see it and the hackers ought to have reached it.
Okay, well I've changed it here, but left it as the Sun in the Story section of the game's article. I think that we should keep it as the Sun, but put in a footnote/reference link to a Youtube video that shows the cutscene. What do you guys think? This Is War 15:10, 11 December 2010 (UTC)
Super Mario 3D World
It is stated here that this is the last level of Mario 3D World. I have played through just about the entire game up to the end of world crown, and not once have I encountered this level. Any proof, or just false information?
The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk).
This is a level in Super Mario Galaxy not Super Mario 3D World. This is also not the last level of Super Mario Galaxy. This is the galaxy which you defeat Bowser for the last time and after finishing this level you get the end cut scene and credits.
The music for Bowser's Galaxy Reactor has a part that sounds exactly the same as the melody of Rainbow Road's music from Super Mario Kart. I don't Know if this was intentional, but similarities are coincidental. What does any think? Torey (talk) 05:34, 29 October 2017 (EDT)