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- Video game for Nintendo Gamecube console that can also played on Nintendo Wii. Rated E for Everyone.
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First off, the Pikmin games are beautiful, but not in the sense one usually thinks of when you hear "beautiful" game; there are no sprawling desert or tundra vistas, no realistically rendered human faces - but there is a unique "intricateness" to every environment. It's the kind of beauty you'd find under a magnifying glass rather than through a telescope or gun sight. The art style is kind of reminds me of the stop-motion claymation of Ray Harryhousen, actually, only in smooth moving richly colored video game form. It still has some of the best water I've ever seen in a video game.
It's a "cute" sort of strategy-exploration-adventure game, though the premise is admittedly less pressing than the first one. In the first game, captain Olimar crash landed on the planet of the Pikmin (A long since post-human Earth, it seems), and had to recover the parts of his ship to escape. Now, upon his return to his home-world, he finds himself out of a job unless he agrees to head a return mission to hunt for treasure. The treasure, of course, is mostly old forgotten shoestrings and doodads of human origin (as Olimar is about the size of a quarter, and the Pikmin smaller still).
The core game-play is still the same as in the first Pikmin, so I'm sure there are reviews for that. What I want to say isn't so much THAT this game does deserve to be in your Gamecube or Wii library (it does), but WHY it does rather than the first one.
First, this game is notably bigger than the first one. There are multiple underground "dungeons" to explore, there are two new types of Pikmin you can mutate your Pikmin into, the "over-world" areas themselves seem bigger with more in them, etc.Read more ›
Also, the multiplayer is seriously addictive.
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Product came with what was mentioned in the description. Well worth it.Published 4 months ago by Alex
One of the greatest GC games of all time! highly recommend itPublished 5 months ago by Ryan Webster
At first I received the game and tried it. It did not work at all so I sent it back and they sent me a new game. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vincent
Just as cute as the last game, and also funny! Unlike the last game, they added humor to this game in the form of two new companions for Olimar: his boss and coworker in training... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brianna W
Amazing, seller was on point, game came in only like 4-5 days and I couldn't be happier. One of my favorite Pikmin games in the franchise.Published 11 months ago by Flameos
So good its my absolute favorite of the series. 😃 You're not rushed and there's Pikmin. What more could you ask for? Besides a new side kick. (Louie.)Published 13 months ago by Katelyn