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A new update to Pikmin 3 adds upgraded stylus touchscreen options, and automatically sets it as the default controls.
If you bought Mario Kart 8 yesterday, you might have also grabbed a free copy of Pikmin 3 (if you were able to fight the traffic). The update to version 2.0 changes the controls, but changing back to the former defaults is still an option. The new controls allow players to tap on the screen to direct players and Pikmin to specific locations and adds quicker access to to the game's assorted mechanics.
For our review of Pikmin 3, head here. In it, Jeff Cork says the Wii Remote and Nunchuck controls gave him the best play experience.
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