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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1026d ago | review

NWR: Pikmin 2 Review

NWR: I didn't believe much in buying upgraded or remade ports of last-generation games. Then I bought Pikmin 2.

For those who haven't played a Pikmin game before, the game concept was allegedly inspired by legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto's habit of tending his garden and observing ants. In the game, an interplanetary explorer finds a vaguely earth-like world, though on it he seems to be only 4 cm tall: grasses and flowers tower over him, as do the tree stumps, trashed cardboard boxes, and discarded action figures scattered about the planet. ( Pikmin 2, Wii) 9.5/10

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