As I stated previously, Olimar moves very slowly, and there were times where I would have a twitch channel on, or watch a show while playing the game at the same time because he was so slow. As for the puzzles, they aren’t exactly brain benders, and sometimes, don't really count as puzzles if it constitutes not having the right number or type of Pikmin.
Overall, there really isn’t a whole lot to this game. I imagine that if you are a big Pikmin fan, you will really enjoy this game. Between the control scheme and pacing, I just couldn't find the fun. It should be stated that the developer Arzest is responsible for this, and the last time I reviewed a game of theirs, it was “New Yoshi’s Island.” It did not receive and favorable review, and I am sad to say that this will not either. I give “Hey! Pikmin” a score of 5 outta 10.