Zachary Perlmutter

As I’ve stated in the past, I have a mixed relationship with the Pikmin franchise. Time limits turned me off from the original game, even though its premise, which revolves around collecting pieces of a wrecked ship, had lots of promise. Pikmin 2, on the other hand, is one of my favorite GameCube games because it ditches the time gimmick, even if its conceit of collecting treasure is a lot more routine. Pikmin 3, then, which released in 2013, stands out as one of Nintendo’s great unique developments of the 2010s. Here we go again! The premise of the game […]

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