Reviews and Problems with Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
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i dont like the fact its mandatory to play with the wii motion
richard garcia, Amazon
19 December 2013
Summary: sometimes im not in the position Nintendo intended this thing to be used , im in bed with a tv a meter or so above the bed like a meter away from my bed , just in front , and even so the motion thing is hard to use , sometimes fails or goes out of screen making me miss shots and feeling...
Summary: While retaining the great score and gameplay mechanics of the first two Prime titles, the latest release in the series suffers from a few different issues. The largest problem is the control scheme.
Summary: This is a fun game and is really optimized well for the wii's motion sensing controller and nunchuck. The only problem is that you have to repeatedly hit over and over the B button to fire. Most enemies take an enormous amount of hits to die.
Summary: I do like Metroid, I think the SNES Metroid is amazing. I tried this one with high expectations and I guess I can say I was a little let down. I am not ripping this game to shreds I am just saying, this game without a walkthrough or strategy guide would be very confusing and complicating.
Summary: As the tag line says, easy but fun. You only get a handful of weapons but the sheer scope of the play area is pretty good for saying it's on the Wii. I like the attention to detail that has gone into the scanning ability on the HUD system.
Summary: Hmmm. I liked this at first, but now I'm a bit 'meh' about the whole thing. It feels as if you need to care about the unfolding story and what will happen next - I'm new to the Metroid series, so I found it hard to give a fig.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Metroid game series but have a major critisism with the Wii controller and nunchuck as the control system which in my view really takes a lot of the pleasure from the game..
Superb showpiece but ultimately a little unfulfilling
6 March 2010
Summary: I recently bought a Wii after long deliberations between it, a PS3 and an XBox. As a one-time hardcore gamer who had since, erm, grown up and had less and less time for games, I was overjoyed to find hardcore, gorgeous-looking games do exist on the Wii.
Conclusion: I felt a bit let down and slightly dissapointed with this latest Metriod Prime game. It simply did not have enough new ideas to the game and i felt that it was lacking the quality of Metriod Prime 2 and especially Metroid Prime 1 which was the best of the bunch.