Pikmin 3 very well suited for the Wii, says Shigeru Miyamoto

Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto has hinted at a Pikmin 3 sequel several times during interviews. To quote: "I certainly don't think we've seen the last of Pikmin. I definitely would like to do something with them, and I think the Wii interface in particular is very well suited to that franchise." VGB adds that he recently said that looking ahead to other projects, the Pikmin series is on the table.

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MK_Red3959d ago

Now that's a first party Wii game I'll love (My fave Wii game is a 3rd party title Mad World!)

ChickeyCantor3958d ago (Edited 3958d ago )

I really do wana give you a smack in the face >_> Madworld isnt even out! hold your judgement.( i know i know Clover studio{platinum games was it right?} BLA BLABLAAAA but really, you just sound brainless when you say stuff like this.>_<)

Edit: >_< smacktard was ahead of me! ignore =D! XD

MK_Red3958d ago

Well, I don't care what that game turns out. The look of Mad World is 100 percent more interesting than all of Wii's current and future library combined for me.
The blood and gore of that game alone make it better than any game Wii has ever had and will ever have.

Smacktard3958d ago

It's great how you can say what your favorite third-party title is without even having played it! Or having really seen much about it at ALL!

My favorite third-party title is either Okami (port++) or Geometry Wars: Galaxies (not a port). Those games are amazing.

But yeah, Pikmin 3. Everyone knows that the Wii is perfectly suited for it, and we've heard Miyamato say the same thing dozens and dozens of times. Pikmin had tons of charm, and Pikmin 2 was fairly challenging and was tons of fun. A sequel would be very nice!

IQUITN4G3958d ago (Edited 3958d ago )

I adore Pikmin, that is to to say i rate the games

Alexander Roy3958d ago

Well suited? O RLY? Who would have thought that point-controls are well suited for a RTS (if that's what you call it).
Instead of telling us what we already know since launch, tell us when you will start working on it.
Nintendo, put aside the "Wii Something" games, please. We know what you can do with that thing, now give us games! Nobody would cry if you'd announce a new Mario or Zelda (a real one, not that crossbow crap). Make games to entertain the people, not to showcase the umpteenth time that you made a remote-like, motionsensitive controller, because WE KNOW ALREADY.

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