Reviews and Problems with Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
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Metroid Prime 3
20 November 2013
Summary: Metroid Prime 3 is a must have for any Metroid fan! After playing through Metroid Prime 2, I was a little worried about the development of Metroid Prime 3 so I was sure to write Nintendo with my concerns. Although the game is linear, meaning you have to follow a specific order to get through the game, it's still quite enjoyable and the collection of key items later on in the game does allow you to explore.
Best Metroid ever...or so says the husband anyway.
C. TAYLOR "Brnies", Amazon
23 August 2013
Summary: And everyone knows, when the hubs is happy, the wife can be happy too. And have the remote control all to herself while he wiles away hours playing Metroid. Seriously though, the game is very pretty. He says it's the best one so far and he's played them all. I like it that he is very pleased. If you want to know about game specifics then you will need to read someone else's review.
Summary: Recently I found a very good deal on Corruption, so I thought I would give the game a try. This is the first Metroid game in the Prime series I have played, and I have to say that I am sorry I passed on an opportunity to buy the Metroid Prime Trilogy when it was on sale for $30 (the game is now out of print and a used version goes for at least $70). I have to admit this is one of the most enjoyable games I have played in a really long time.
Summary: While many Wii games are arguably not for "hard-core" gamers, Metroid Prime 3 is an exception to this rule. this is one of the best games produced in the last decade. it has an extensive world, with dynamic game play that keeps offering up different challenges to keep yopu interested without boring you with a repeditivenes that is common amongst 1st person shooters. The Wii has offered up a great many games that simply do not offer that epic, large scale feel.
Not a big gamer, but this is a must have for the Wii.
R. Sweet "RS", Amazon
7 September 2011
Summary: I bought this after impulsively buying a special edition red Wii. I'm not a big gamer and I use the system mainly for Netflix and social games. That said I really enjoyed Metroid 3. The graphics are very good for the Wii and the game play is intuitive. I wish the game was set up for the classic controller, but that is my only complaint. It is a brilliant re-structuring of a classic game. Lots of fun.
Summary: A perfect shooting game. Nintendo and Retro Studios once again find the perfect way to remake a classic. I love Retro Studios... But I should tell you about the game. It is brilliant! For the first time ever it lets you experience the thrill of a first-person-shooter with aliens, and lets you do other things like scanning stuff and rolling up into a ball and going around exploding stuff! I had a lot of fun operating the ship too. I highly recommend the game to everybody!
Summary: I bought this game cuz im a diehard metroid fan and i was only missing this one. The control scheme takes some getting used to since it is different from the gamecube prequels but once you master it you'll have a blast.
Summary: I purchased this game as a birthday present for my 11yr old son. He has started playing the game and enjoys it but he is still too into the Super Mario Galaxy game. I am sure that once he gets all the way through Super Mario Galaxy he will get wrapped into this game as well. I have played the game myself and I enjoy it as well. The graphics are very good and story line and action are both enjoyable.
Summary: I have have been playing the Metroid series since I was a little boy. I have seen it go from simple block graphics to state of the art HD 3D graphics. This game is just another great addition to the Metroid family. Perfect for any type of player from the beginner to the advanced. I decided to by this game because I had recently purchased a Wii and I'm glad I did.
Summary: If you think you knew what it felt like to be the bounty hunter behind the visor, think again. Take aim at evil with Nintendo's revolutionary controller. Players control Samus by moving with the Nunchuk controller and aiming with the pointer, allowing for a level of immersion unlike anything they have ever experienced.