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    Miyamoto promises Pikmin reveal at E3 2012



    In addition to a new Mario, Nintendo is bringing at least one more Nintendo game to E3. Shigeru Miyamoto has been discussing a new Pikmin game for some time, and we may finally get a first glimpse of it during this year's annual Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.

    In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Miyamoto confirmed that Nintendo is finally ready to unveil the next entry in the series. A Nintendo representative offered additional comments to Game Informer, stating that Miyamoto thinks "anyone who has played Pikmin games in the past will enjoy playing."
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    Never played it myself but I know there are fans who wanted a sequel.
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    So it's finally happening. You've got me, Nintendo.


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    I love the first Pikmin on Gamecube, but never played Pikmin 2.

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    The question is, 3DS or WiiU

    Please 3DS


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    Excellent, i love this series
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