Wee fellas they may be but the cutesy brigade get the thumbs up in Edge's import review.
If all the great gaming tunes, Pikmin's drowsy lullaby is one of the hardest to shake. It's clearly endured in Nintendo's mind as clearly as our own, and so it and much of the first game's peculiar magic has been transported wholesale for the sequel. The anemone-bright herds of obliging Pikmin and the delicate detail of the gardens soften the edges of what would otherwise be a stubbornly serious strategy game. Space captain Olimar must lead his tiny army, protecting them from predators, unleashing them on likely prey and trusting them to build, kill, carry or shove according to context.
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