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Submitted by Venomousfatman 329d ago | review

Pikmin 3 Review: Charming Alien Exploration

The Pikmin series is one of the newer Nintendo IPs that originated on the Nintendo Gamecube and was later ported to the original Wii. The original concept for the Pikmin games focused on exploration of an unknown planet with the help of tiny alien creatures called Pikmin. These cute little wonders were small in size and weak in power, but as strong in numbers and courageous at heart. And while both games on the Gamecube were great titles for the console’s library, the little Pikmin have not been seen in a new adventure for quite a long time. That is until now. These charming little aliens have their time in the spotlight and bring a better quality gaming experience to Wii U owners. (Pikmin 3, Wii U) 90/100

MrKennedy  +   329d ago
This is a good review about a game that is for a failed console.
bullymangLer  +   329d ago
so you are saying that Justin Bieber is a success because of his saLes?

and that Tech 9 is a failure because of his SALES?

so sales determine success, not the skills eh

gotcha (;

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