Nintendo has today released a little new information on Pikmin 2, which was announced for the GameCube earlier this year. As we've previously reported, the game will see you alternately controlling the Olimar character from the first game and his as-yet-unnamed assistant. The game will also feature a split-screen two-player cooperative mode. It's been revealed today that Pikmin 2 will feature no less than 60 different species of enemies--a dramatic increase from the original game--and that the longevity of the game will be improved greatly through the inclusion of randomly generated dungeons for you to play through.
Pikmin 2 is currently scheduled for release in October this year. For more information, check out our previous coverage of the game.