Pikmin (Wii de Asobu)

Pikmin (Wii de Asobu)


Nintendo
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
1-5d Usually ships within 1-5 days.

US$74.99

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Manufacturer
Nintendo
Compatible With Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
Version
NTSC
1-5d Usually ships within 1-5 days
Price
US$74.99

description

Captain Olimar has crash landed on a strange, alien world. With the pieces of his ship scattered across the planet, his only hope for survival lies with curious creatures he calls Pikmin. The captain must rally his new-found Pikmin friends and find the missing pieces of his ship... before it's too late!

further info

Original Name  Wiiであそぶ ピクミン
Official Release Date Dec 25, 2008
Genre Strategy
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0002455684
Catalog No.  RVL-P-R9IJ
Item Code  4902370517606

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Average rating:  (3.5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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shadowstar123 (249) on 30, Jan. 2011 11:44 (HKT)
Never understood the concept of Pikmin...
I actually bought this game for a savefile to use on Dairantou Smash Brothers DX. I actually remember trying it when it first came out in the United States, but didn't like it and ignored it. I recently got Smash Brothers DX and remembered about this game needing the save file. So I created a game and used the save on Smash Brothers.

The game was just sitting there and I decided to just throw the game in one more time and came up with this. I don't know what to do, it is really boring and have no idea why Olimar is in Smash Brothers X from this game. I understand this is a strategy game, but seriously, I can't sit down and play this. I'll probably just give it away even though others seem to like this game.
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newinjapan2002 (143) on 07, Nov. 2006 08:45 (HKT)
Excellent
I bought this game thinking it would be something good for my girlfriend to play. We both ended up addicted to it for days trying to finish it.
Although you don\'t need to collect ALL 30 pieces to successfully complete the game, if you want to see the special last level and final boss you will have to get 29 pieces and have at least a day or 2 spare to do it. Timing, pace, and strategy are important in this game.
Recommended to anyone.
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Anonymous on 04, Nov. 2006 08:25 (HKT)
Great Game
Pikmin is a fun little game, simple to get the hang of, and requiring little Japanese ability to enjoy. The basic story is a little alien man named Captain Olimar crashes on Earth, where he must find the pieces he needs to fix his spaceship within 30 days or else he will die. To help him are the Pikmin, little flower creatures that enjoy violence, who go to war under Olimar\'s command, and which are essential in the recovery of all the parts.
The game is very cute, and anyone can enjoy it. A great new approach to puzzle games. You will not only need your wits about you to find ways to reach the pieces, you will also need to master time management, sometimes having one group of Pikmin building a bridge or smashing down a barricade while another group carries a piece home, and yet another group runs clean up killing all the monsters blocking your path to the next piece.
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