Summary: Nintendo's highly anticipated Metroid Prime
2: Echoes takes the bounty hunter Samus Aran on a dark journey through dangerous
parallel worlds. Most of the elements that made the first Prime so successful
are back, but new gameplay elements keep things fresh.
Conclusion: Metroid Prime 2 Echoes is every bit the sequel I had been waiting for since the first time I finished Prime back in 2002. It makes nearly all the necessary adjustments and in some areas still continues to wow me. Metroid Prime 2 is another sign that Nintendo is heading in interesting new directions.
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes (GameCube) Second Opinion Review
13 December 2004
Summary: When one the most popular titles on a system gets a sequel, its quite hard not to get caught up in its hype, whether you want to or not. However with Metroid Prime 2 things were slightly different.
Summary: Metroid Prime is considered to be easily in the Top 5 GameCube games of all time, if not No.1. Therefore, there was always going to be a high amount of anticipation surrounding the production of its sequel, aptly title Metroid Prime 2.
Conclusion: For a game that sports Echoes as a subtitle, you would be forgiven for thinking that you are about to relive Retro’s 2002 effort all over again but MP2 does little to substantiate the appropriateness of its title.
Conclusion: And with that, the verdict. Don't let the muted disappointment of the multiplayer discolour what is among the best single-player experiences we've ever experienced. Certainly up there with literally anything else, including Half-Life 2, San Andreas, and as far as enjoyment, intrigue, reward and...