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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
28 June 2012
Excerpt: De Metroid Prime-reeks van Retro Studios, die er zo succesvol in slaagde om de serie naar de wereld van 3D te brengen, is tot een passend einde gekomen op de Wii. Dankzij de nieuwe controls heeft Metroid Prime 3: Corruption nog voldoende vernieuwing kunnen brengen, zonder dat de basisgameplay erg aangepast moest worden.
Excerpt: Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman. When Samus Aran was unveiled as female, it was a revelation from the testosterone-heavy action men that were infesting video-games in the 1980’s. Samus struck a blow for women’s rights in the living rooms and bedrooms of teenage gamers across the world.
Conclusion: I’ve praised the game’s controls in past articles, and the final version has only strengthened my opinion that Corruption’s Wiimote-pointer shooting is a near-perfect scheme for first-person games. But any concerns that the quality of the gunplay would lead to a more action-focused game can be laid to rest; while combat has seen the most dramatic improvement, exploration and puzzle-solving continue to split the focus three ways, and those elements are at least as...
Conclusion: Whether you believe it or not, there are very few games that are truly worth six dollars, and beyond a shadow of a doubt, Rotohex is one of them. The game’s unique concept bundled with its very modern look results in a very stylish and trendy game. Like its spiritual predecessors, Cubello and Orbient , the risk of taking the emphasis off of the graphics and sound and unto gameplay has really paid off.
Conclusion: Many have disregarded the Wii, as it is lacking in the power department. Games like de Blob prove however that with an original, unique, and fun concept you can have an amazing game despite technical limitations. It’s not without its flaws, but this game is not one to be missed. Those of you who longed for a superb 3rd party effort, this is your chance to put your money where your mouth is. Don’t let this one slip under the radar, it’s a treat to play.
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is the third first-person shooter in the Metroid series of classic games. The motion control system provides a more immersive experience as players use the Wii remote to shoot. But the game is lighter on graphic content -- the aliens aren't shown bleeding or dying in agony. This game also focuses on puzzle-solving. It's possible to play this game online; Common Sense Media doesn't recommend online play for anyone under age 12.
Conclusion: The game has no multi-player mode but the single-player plot is thrilling and challenging. The heroine, bounty hunter Samus, is up against her evil twin (dark Samus) and spends most of her time exploring and puzzle-solving.