Thanks to the power of HD, Miyamoto is able to create a game that he's truly happy with.
"Originally, I was making Pikmin 3 to be launched on the Wii platform," Miyamoto told Entertainment Weekly. "Because the Wii U is capable of HD quality pictures, and will be accompanied by the subscreen on your hand. I thought that I would be able to make a Pikmin that was closer to my ideal. I am now actually enjoying myself, working on the game."
So it seems as if the Wii U's touch screen will have a big part to play, then. Here are our Pikmin 3 ideas.