Super Mario Galaxy 2 Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide
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1. This Book has 272 pages. The New Super Mario Bros for Wii had 192 Game Pages, but the Super Mario Galaxy Book had 336 Game Pages. It depends on whether you want a long game guide or a short game guide. 2. They had maps of each galaxy, but their maps weren't the best maps in the world. They were OK. 3. I didn't buy the Super Mario Galaxy Game Guide, but I heard that they had a GIGANTIC poster inside it. This book has a "Mini" poster. The poster is smaller than the book itself. If you are buying this game for the poster, don't buy it because you'll be disapointed by a "mini" poster. I didn't really care about their "poster" but I hung it up anyways. ;) 4. You may ask, what's the difference between a premier version of the guide and a collector's version? A premier version is paperback and a collector's version is hardcover. I also heard that the collector's version book includes a star count guide. I don't really know what that is, but you can find out. If you want the book to help you through the ENTIRE game, I would go with the hardcover because it doesn't really fall apart easily. If you use the book a lot the cover tends to fold easily. If you plan to use the guide to help you with a couple galaxies, go for the premiere version. The collector's version is about $5 More, to those who want to know. 5. The maps of each galaxy is on one page, and the actual guide is on another page. This results in flipping back and forth if you want to know everything.