Summary: this is ok, but the combat is slow, and it's hard to repair your ship in the 30 days you have in this game, and some parts are hard to get due to the slow combat. the first game is not the best, but the sequel is a huge improvement.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game. it was my fourth video game ever. In the game you have to control a group of little workers that each have their own special powers Blue = breath under water, Red = survive flames. yellow = pick up bombs and survive electricity and can be thrown higher. You have to collect all the pieces of a broken spaceship before time runs out or else you have to restart the game. It is fun to explore the many terains and meet cool looking enemies.
Summary: Shigeru Miyamoto is the owner of a fertile imagination. Very few who know his name will argue that point, and fewer still will argue the quality of his work. As perhaps the greatest asset still under Nintendo's grasp, his fame is surprisingly low-key. Little more than the most hard-core gamers know of his existence, but everyone who's ever seen a joystick has a pretty extensive knowledge of his creations. Super Mario Brothers. Donkey Kong. The Legend of Zelda.
Summary: A good starter game. You can play in a challange mode that would good for kids of any age. Our 3 yr. old plays this game and it's a good way for them to learn the eye hand coordination. ENJOY!
Summary: Pikmin is truely unique and challenging. I have never played a game quite like it and probably won't until Pikmin 2. Uniqueness: Have you ever played a game where a man crashed on a planet and found all the parts to his spaceship with the help of little creatures that could endure fire and water and jump extremely high? Unless you've played Pimin, that answer should be no.