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New Play Control! Pikmin 2 Review

The gardening daddy is back for the Wii

You should already know this is a brilliant game, so now you'll want to know whether you should buy it all over again. Chances are you or someone you know has the GameCube original stashed away somewhere gathering dust, so you'd be more than capable of liberating it from its prison of cobwebs and sticking it in your Wii. The simple answer is, yes, you should, silly. New Play Control! games are neither remakes or re-releases. They're classics released with thoughtful tweaks and embellishments to sit most comfortably in your Wii. Never mind the fact that you can play many of the 'Cube originals on your backwards-compatible Wii - the fact is they're really hard to find now.

Soiled Goods

When you have a classic game and a control method which opens it up for even more people, the question of whether to re-jig the game becomes sillier still. It's almost as if Pikmin's designers had an inkling that such a control scheme would be invented a few years down the line.

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There's even more fun to be had this time around thanks to the new motion controls, and not just by you, but by even more people you know. Yes, remember how you banged on to anyone who'd listen about the joys of guiding a mob of eager carrot minions, but really, not many took heed? With the UK being a nation of Wii owners, there's a good chance more of you buddies will actually listen this time.

For a start it looked overly obscure to anyone who'd never picked up a 'Cube pad. There's no ball to kick, no cars to jump in and definitely no-one to shoot, so it's a little alienating to a lot of videogame veterans too. Pikmin 2's furiously beating heart is that of a strategy game, one in which you select your Pikmin followers one by one and ask them to do different things.

Well, we say different, but really it's variations on your flora followers swarming around a massive snoozing beetle and beating it to death, before hulking its still-warm carcass back to the mothership where it's converted into the cash needed to pay off the huge debt your company has run up. Or finding random trash and doing the same. The beauty lies in the way you approach it, and who you approach it with.

Flower Top Men

The new controls allow you to use your Remote to command your flower-topped rabble around the levels. You salvage the planet's resources and cart it all back to either Captain Olimar's clockwork rocket or the colour-coded Pikmin's onion-like mothership. More Pikmin are then seeded and you must pluck them out of the soil to increase numbers. As you explore the world, above ground and below, you'll discover ways to alter your Pikmin's abilities - a purple Pikmin is bigger and stronger, while your standard red Pikmin foot soldier can be blossomed into a more agile, faster follower.

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Pick-up-and-throw is the main means of moving your army around. A lets you pick up a Pikmin, releasing throws it to a point designated by a Remote-controlled icon (holding A and pressing B lets you cycle between types), and that's pretty much it. It's straightforward enough for anyone to pick up in just a few seconds.

The D-pad allows you to issue more specific commands - line-up, swarm around a nearby enemy or object; the - button lets you swap between Olimar and his shipmate Louie; C separates you from the group, which segregates into colour-coordinated factions; at which point the irresistible charm of the Pikmin is most fully apparent. Tripping over one another to keep up with you, rushing off with excited squeaks to do your bidding, their slapstick obedience is adorable and magical. Too Soon?

New Play Control! Pikmin was released recently to mild acclaim but this is an improvement in almost every way. The suffocating time limits of that game are relaxed here, there are both co-operative and competitive multiplayer modes to enjoy and the underground caves add random replayability to the mix. Barely a couple of months on, Nintendo's in real danger of severely curtailing the appeal of the first Pikmin by launching this superior follow-up so soon.

The new Piklopedia lists all the life forms

you encounter, while the Treasure Hoard is self-explanatory. Visually it's been freshened up too. It's the perfect excuse to revisit a true classic. Like you needed one.

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  1. vamperik Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 13:39

    I dunno if its just those screen shots but the game really looks its age ... maybe its time for pikmin 3 :P

  2. Ray96 Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 14:01

    seems pretty good i tink il get it

  3. insanity cheese Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 14:35

    Well, I've never played a Pikmin game before, so I'm going to order this game today from Amazon.

  4. super_chris Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 14:54

    I can't understand why certain members are moaning over the fact you gave it 89%. That is a great score considering it is a 5 year old game. If you did give it 95% then members would moan it is to high for a 'lazy port'.

    Either way, you can't win.

  5. 02hollandj Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 16:17

    i appreciate that 89% is a fair score but i think this game should have been reviewed by the same guy who reviewed pikmin 1 as at first glance the scores given to both games are virtually the same ,so some who didnt bother with pikmin 1 may fail to be converted by the similar sounding pikmin 2

  6. Dan-the-Wii-man Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 16:38

    I thought it might get a bit more...
    But oh well!!!
    My friends aren't atall intersted in it either even though i keep on telling them its a classic! :(

  7. Super_Sonic96 Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 17:15

    This is the play control that ive been waiting for!

  8. window Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 17:17

    If this was £4.99 - £6.99 then I would get it.

    There is no way I'm paying £20+ for a GC game with Wii controls.

    I'll wait for Pikmin 3 thanks.

  9. Spam Team Omega Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 17:47

    Why the 89% score is stupid.

    1) Face it Pikmin 2 is one of the best games on the gamecube. Easily worth at least 93%

    2) It's Pikmin 2 and more. With the enhanced Wii controls surely it's worth more than the gamecube predecessor.

    3) Too similar, too soon?

    This game isn't marketed at those who have played the game before (Unless you've been lying to us). Therefore it should be treated as a new title for those you're reviewing it for.

    The game therefore should be scored way over 89% You gave the original Pikmin 86% for Christ sake.

    Pikmin 2 improves on it in terms of

    Better Story
    Better Controls
    Enhanced Wii controls
    Co-Op and an RTS style multiplayer
    No Timer
    More 'free roam' and exploration.
    New mechanics.
    New Pikmin
    Bulbmin
    Tonnes of Replay Value (Which you complained about in Pikmin 1!?)

    And yet you give it 3....THREE percent extra...

    Goddamnit ONM

    God damnit............

  10. williamissocool Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 17:55

    Why the 89% score is stupid.

    1) Face it Pikmin 2 is one of the best games on the gamecube. Easily worth at least 93%

    2) It's Pikmin 2 and more. With the enhanced Wii controls surely it's worth more than the gamecube predecessor.

    3) Too similar, too soon?

    This game isn't marketed at those who have played the game before (Unless you've been lying to us). Therefore it should be treated as a new title for those you're reviewing it for.

    The game therefore should be scored way over 89% You gave the original Pikmin 86% for Christ sake.

    Pikmin 2 improves on it in terms of

    Better Story
    Better Controls
    Enhanced Wii controls
    Co-Op and an RTS style multiplayer
    No Timer
    More 'free roam' and exploration.
    New mechanics.
    New Pikmin
    Bulbmin
    Tonnes of Replay Value (Which you complained about in Pikmin 1!?)

    And yet you give it 3....THREE percent extra...

    Goddamnit ONM

    God damnit............


    Do you own this game? No? So you can't really say that.

  11. Spam Team Omega Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 18:33

    Why the 89% score is stupid.

    1) Face it Pikmin 2 is one of the best games on the gamecube. Easily worth at least 93%

    2) It's Pikmin 2 and more. With the enhanced Wii controls surely it's worth more than the gamecube predecessor.

    3) Too similar, too soon?

    This game isn't marketed at those who have played the game before (Unless you've been lying to us). Therefore it should be treated as a new title for those you're reviewing it for.

    The game therefore should be scored way over 89% You gave the original Pikmin 86% for Christ sake.

    Pikmin 2 improves on it in terms of

    Better Story
    Better Controls
    Enhanced Wii controls
    Co-Op and an RTS style multiplayer
    No Timer
    More 'free roam' and exploration.
    New mechanics.
    New Pikmin
    Bulbmin
    Tonnes of Replay Value (Which you complained about in Pikmin 1!?)

    And yet you give it 3....THREE percent extra...

    Goddamnit ONM

    God damnit............


    Do you own this game? No? So you can't really say that.

    Yes I do, on the Nintendo Gamecube.

    Excusing the fact that 2 > 1. The review seems to portray the Wii version being an improvement as well.

    So due to this game appealing to those who haven't played this before. My pre-mentioned points explain why this game is MILES better than the first. Some people may not have even played Pikmin at all. Therefore this game will be a fantastic experience.

    A 3% Increase is just illogical, annoying and making me question the quality of these reviews and it's not the first time either.

    I think I'll see what they rate the Metroid Prime 'New Play Control'. If they give this game an equally ridiculous score. Then what the hell?

  12. punk rocker 2008 Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 21:12

    i don't think nintendo should be making these re-makes. they should concontrate on making new games with new ideas

  13. Onna76_NL Friday 24th Apr 2009 at 09:32

    Got the Gamecube version but I'm getting this as well. Hate the Gamecube card saving and these games just save up their information on the Wii internal memory. Plus the controls will be a blast.

    P.S. looking for European Wii friends to add to my EU Wii. Wish to add me? Send me a PM.

  14. Callum D Friday 24th Apr 2009 at 14:54

    I came home from school and I saw a package and it was Pikmin 2! It was a birthday present, which was on saturday. The first thing i did was change the cover, i think the new play control cover is ugly. i havent played it yet, but i will after i write this message.

  15. Andy88 Friday 24th Apr 2009 at 22:21

    yeah the New Play Control covers are stinking! The shop where I bought mine seemed to think so too, as all the display cases used the original cover.

    This game is great but to anyone that hasn't played the first one, I recommend getting it first as it is also awesome and if you get number 2 first it might make it harder to go back and appreciate the first game.

  16. AbbaCraka Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 08:22

    Why the 89% score is stupid.

    1) Face it Pikmin 2 is one of the best games on the gamecube. Easily worth at least 93%

    2) It's Pikmin 2 and more. With the enhanced Wii controls surely it's worth more than the gamecube predecessor.

    3) Too similar, too soon?

    This game isn't marketed at those who have played the game before (Unless you've been lying to us). Therefore it should be treated as a new title for those you're reviewing it for.

    The game therefore should be scored way over 89% You gave the original Pikmin 86% for Christ sake.

    Pikmin 2 improves on it in terms of

    Better Story
    Better Controls
    Enhanced Wii controls
    Co-Op and an RTS style multiplayer
    No Timer
    More 'free roam' and exploration.
    New mechanics.
    New Pikmin
    Bulbmin
    Tonnes of Replay Value (Which you complained about in Pikmin 1!?)

    And yet you give it 3....THREE percent extra...

    Goddamnit ONM

    God damnit............


    Do you own this game? No? So you can't really say that.

    Yes I do, on the Nintendo Gamecube.

    Excusing the fact that 2 > 1. The review seems to portray the Wii version being an improvement as well.

    So due to this game appealing to those who haven't played this before. My pre-mentioned points explain why this game is MILES better than the first. Some people may not have even played Pikmin at all. Therefore this game will be a fantastic experience.

    A 3% Increase is just illogical, annoying and making me question the quality of these reviews and it's not the first time either.

    I think I'll see what they rate the Metroid Prime 'New Play Control'. If they give this game an equally ridiculous score. Then what the hell?

    Oh no! A game that is good scored a good score :O This is terrible, it should be perfect! Well it's all got a degree of opinion, but this score is fine in my eyes, possibly a little less for being 5 years old, because it shows.
    Are you forgetting the fact it is a game cube game. Released 5 years ago. It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

  17. 02hollandj Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 10:00

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

  18. cropnat Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 11:34

    89% because its old!!! Its a great game and deserves more. You rate the virtual console games high they're even older. Anyway saying its bad because its 5 years old is rubish. Its contradictory because the guy who wrote the review is older than that.
    94% at the least

  19. Callum D Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 11:37

    I came home from school and I saw a package and it was Pikmin 2! It was a birthday present, which was on saturday. The first thing i did was change the cover, i think the new play control cover is ugly. i havent played it yet, but i will after i write this message.

    Having played Pikmin 2 for a few hours now, I think it is a lot better than the first. Too many reasons to list here, but one thing is for certain, I'm never going back to the original Pikmin for quite some time.

  20. Andy88 Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 14:59

    One thing I still like about the first is the whole "I'm doomed" atmosphere. If you don't hurry up and find those ship parts, you're screwed.
    Pikmin 2 doesn't have that.

  21. MamoswineTamer Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 16:55

    Only 89%. It's one of the best on the GameCube and now it's one of the best on Wii! 95% now!

  22. kezz182 Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 18:54

    This game should at least be over 90%, i'd love to see a pikmin 3 :)

  23. AbbaCraka Saturday 25th Apr 2009 at 20:24

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

    lol. I am on an official nintendo website to voice my opinions on Nintendo, and to see what goes on in Off Topic, please indicate where I am being hypocritical.

    I lose interest in the Wii because it has no games that interest me and it is drowning in shovelware. There are less games that I want to play. I haven't touched my Wii since christmas, and that was simply for the 20 minutes of playing Wii Tennis with my grandpa.

  24. Gerry-rich Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 01:40

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

    lol. I am on an official nintendo website to voice my opinions on Nintendo, and to see what goes on in Off Topic, please indicate where I am being hypocritical.

    I lose interest in the Wii because it has no games that interest me and it is drowning in shovelware. There are less games that I want to play. I haven't touched my Wii since christmas, and that was simply for the 20 minutes of playing Wii Tennis with my grandpa.

    So madworld or House of the dead: overkill doesn't interest you? those games are why Wii will own 2009, just like ONM said, and there's plenty more in the line up,

  25. AbbaCraka Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 09:51

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

    lol. I am on an official nintendo website to voice my opinions on Nintendo, and to see what goes on in Off Topic, please indicate where I am being hypocritical.

    I lose interest in the Wii because it has no games that interest me and it is drowning in shovelware. There are less games that I want to play. I haven't touched my Wii since christmas, and that was simply for the 20 minutes of playing Wii Tennis with my grandpa.

    So madworld or House of the dead: overkill doesn't interest you? those games are why Wii will own 2009, just like ONM said, and there's plenty more in the line up,

    Madworld and House of the dead do interest me, not so much House of the Dead as I don't really like rail shooters, only 2 games in quite a while, but I can get more gameplay and fun out of other games with similar bases on the 360, so they interest me less than other games.
    I don't think that the Wii will dominate 2009 because of 2 games. The Wii will dominate because of continuing shovelware sales, pushing into the next Wii Sports and the introduction of Motion Plus, I will probably buy the next Wii Sports, or borrow it off a friend based on what ever reviews it gets.

  26. Smash-bros fan Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 11:21

    I can't understand why certain members are moaning over the fact you gave it 89%. That is a great score considering it is a 5 year old game. If you did give it 95% then members would moan it is to high for a 'lazy port'.

    Either way, you can't win.


    hmm i would say 92% not too high not too low :)

  27. Gerry-rich Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 11:22

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

    lol. I am on an official nintendo website to voice my opinions on Nintendo, and to see what goes on in Off Topic, please indicate where I am being hypocritical.

    I lose interest in the Wii because it has no games that interest me and it is drowning in shovelware. There are less games that I want to play. I haven't touched my Wii since christmas, and that was simply for the 20 minutes of playing Wii Tennis with my grandpa.

    So madworld or House of the dead: overkill doesn't interest you? those games are why Wii will own 2009, just like ONM said, and there's plenty more in the line up,

    Madworld and House of the dead do interest me, not so much House of the Dead as I don't really like rail shooters, only 2 games in quite a while, but I can get more gameplay and fun out of other games with similar bases on the 360, so they interest me less than other games.
    I don't think that the Wii will dominate 2009 because of 2 games. The Wii will dominate because of continuing shovelware sales, pushing into the next Wii Sports and the introduction of Motion Plus, I will probably buy the next Wii Sports, or borrow it off a friend based on what ever reviews it gets.

    Oh there's more than 2 games, how about punch-out, The conduit, mario & sonic at the winter olympics, sin & punishment 2 and how about E3 and the new game that Masahiko Sakurai is working on. There's also nice DS games to come aswell.

  28. AbbaCraka Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 12:52

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

    lol. I am on an official nintendo website to voice my opinions on Nintendo, and to see what goes on in Off Topic, please indicate where I am being hypocritical.

    I lose interest in the Wii because it has no games that interest me and it is drowning in shovelware. There are less games that I want to play. I haven't touched my Wii since christmas, and that was simply for the 20 minutes of playing Wii Tennis with my grandpa.

    So madworld or House of the dead: overkill doesn't interest you? those games are why Wii will own 2009, just like ONM said, and there's plenty more in the line up,

    Madworld and House of the dead do interest me, not so much House of the Dead as I don't really like rail shooters, only 2 games in quite a while, but I can get more gameplay and fun out of other games with similar bases on the 360, so they interest me less than other games.
    I don't think that the Wii will dominate 2009 because of 2 games. The Wii will dominate because of continuing shovelware sales, pushing into the next Wii Sports and the introduction of Motion Plus, I will probably buy the next Wii Sports, or borrow it off a friend based on what ever reviews it gets.

    Oh there's more than 2 games, how about punch-out, The conduit, mario & sonic at the winter olympics, sin & punishment 2 and how about E3 and the new game that Masahiko Sakurai is working on. There's also nice DS games to come aswell.

    Punch Out and The Conduit are actually the only Wii games that I have seen that look interesting in the coming few months. Though I will definitely not get Mario Sonic Winter Olympics because the first one was pretty boring. I havn't heard of Sin and Punishment. I will probably get Mario and Luigi for the DS.

  29. Gerry-rich Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 13:11

    It isn't a Wii Game as far I'm concerned. I want to actually buy a Wii Game I am interested in, but I have lost pretty much all interest in anything the Wii has to offer.

    Then why are you a member of an official nintendo website hypocrit,besides how can you be losing interest in the wii now it's got more great games than ever.

    lol. I am on an official nintendo website to voice my opinions on Nintendo, and to see what goes on in Off Topic, please indicate where I am being hypocritical.

    I lose interest in the Wii because it has no games that interest me and it is drowning in shovelware. There are less games that I want to play. I haven't touched my Wii since christmas, and that was simply for the 20 minutes of playing Wii Tennis with my grandpa.

    So madworld or House of the dead: overkill doesn't interest you? those games are why Wii will own 2009, just like ONM said, and there's plenty more in the line up,

    Madworld and House of the dead do interest me, not so much House of the Dead as I don't really like rail shooters, only 2 games in quite a while, but I can get more gameplay and fun out of other games with similar bases on the 360, so they interest me less than other games.
    I don't think that the Wii will dominate 2009 because of 2 games. The Wii will dominate because of continuing shovelware sales, pushing into the next Wii Sports and the introduction of Motion Plus, I will probably buy the next Wii Sports, or borrow it off a friend based on what ever reviews it gets.

    Oh there's more than 2 games, how about punch-out, The conduit, mario & sonic at the winter olympics, sin & punishment 2 and how about E3 and the new game that Masahiko Sakurai is working on. There's also nice DS games to come aswell.

    Punch Out and The Conduit are actually the only Wii games that I have seen that look interesting in the coming few months. Though I will definitely not get Mario Sonic Winter Olympics because the first one was pretty boring. I havn't heard of Sin and Punishment. I will probably get Mario and Luigi for the DS.


    Mario & Luigi is on GBA, Mario & lugii 3 are on DS, and Spirit tracks and the next Proffesor Layton really interests me

  30. AbbaCraka Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 13:33


    Mario & Luigi is on GBA, Mario & lugii 3 are on DS,

    I know...I meant Mario and Luigi 3 as it was recently featured by ONM and it is coming out on the DS.

  31. GuyWhoLikesBlue2 Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 19:38

    I presume that when they said at E3 "We're making Pikmin" they meant Pikmin 3, not 1 & 2 being in New Play Control! ?

  32. Gerry-rich Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 22:20

    I presume that when they said at E3 "We're making Pikmin" they meant Pikmin 3, not 1 & 2 being in New Play Control! ?

    I'm sure they meant Pikmin 3 because by saying "Making Pikmin" they meant making a new game, because pikmin 1 and 2 already have been made just with added controls and a few tweaks. :) We shall see at E3.

  33. Gerry-rich Sunday 26th Apr 2009 at 22:21


    Mario & Luigi is on GBA, Mario & lugii 3 are on DS,

    I know...I meant Mario and Luigi 3 as it was recently featured by ONM and it is coming out on the DS.


    I was only pulling your leg mate :P

  34. madyoshi Tuesday 28th Apr 2009 at 16:16

    i loved this game on the gamecube!! im gonna get as soon as i can. it looks awesome :D

  35. AbbaCraka Tuesday 28th Apr 2009 at 19:26


    Mario & Luigi is on GBA, Mario & lugii 3 are on DS,

    I know...I meant Mario and Luigi 3 as it was recently featured by ONM and it is coming out on the DS.


    I was only pulling your leg mate :P

    I find it hard to recognise internet jokes as jokes, soz.

  36. ShroomMuncher Friday 1st May 2009 at 17:27

    Back in the day when ONM (or NOM) used to have a top 15 Gamecube section, I always used to smile every time I saw Pikmin 2 there. It was, believe it or not, the first Gamecube game I ever played, and it was an absolute joy. It thoroughly deserved the 93% you gave it back then, and it still does. So why does a New Play Control improvement warrant a 4% lower score? Doesn't logic dictate it should be higher?

  37. LEGEND MARIOID Friday 15th May 2009 at 08:58

    The ports (which were effectively "play it on wii" themmselves) Resident Evil and Okami recieved gold awards. Considering this and that this magazine rated the GC version of Pikmin 2 93%, this game surely should get a gold award at the very least?!

  38. Phantom Toad Saturday 8th Aug 2009 at 20:11

    I think this game should have got higher than 89%, it's got a good storyline, fantastic visuals and much, much more. 93% at the very least.

  39. Everegreen Monday 19th Apr 2010 at 16:30

    please, nintendo, release new play control: ZELDA collectors edition. i know its not gonna happen but so many people missed out on that the first time around. ive been lookin everywhere for it, but i cant find it. i seiousy regret buyin sm sunshine instead of this :( :( :(

  40. Xenobladeperson Wednesday 23rd May 2012 at 18:11

    Might get this, but Pikmin 3's coming out soon enough so I might just wait.

  41. Ghostly_Shadeon Tuesday 30th Apr 2013 at 19:25

    Still quite new to the Pikmin series, I started playing this after having really liked Pikmin Adventure via Nintendo Land. And now that Pikmin 3 is on its way, I'm getting all hyped up ^^

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