Pikmin 3 To Have Three Playable Captains, According To Miyamoto
Written by GameFocus
Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:09
Apparently we’ll have one less captain to play as in the Wii U’s upcoming Pikmin 3, according to Shigeru Miyamoto himself. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Miyamoto talked a bit about strategy in Pikmin 3 and the degree of control gamers will have over their colorful walking sprouts. Contrary to what was previously stated though, Miyamoto now says the game will only have three playable captains rather than four...
"With Pikmin 3, you’ll have the ability to have three different captains or leaders of Pikmin groups and you can switch between them. So it sort of allows you to approach the game from a much more strategic position. The volume of work that you can get done within the timeframe has increased dramatically. And so that in and of itself really enhances the depth of strategy that’s available to you in that game."
We can only guess Nintendo decided to take things down a notch with four captains making things a little too...complicated? Regardless of the actual reason, we can only hope it’s for the best! Pikmin 3 currently is set to release in Q2 of 2013 exclusively for the Wii U.
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