Summary: This is my first time playing any Metroid game, so far I am having lots of fun :) It's definitely different from previous FPS I've played. I like how Nintendo is (or was since this game is a lil old) trying to incorporate different methods of playing in games, such as the conversion into a sphere throughout the game. I haven't gotten too far but the lil puzzles and hidden artifacts have me exploring everything and anything.
Summary: Okay, so having played the Metroid Prime Corruption before the other two, I admit that I was rather spoiled on the interactivity of the graphics and controls rather than the integration of the first two. However, that doesn't prevent me from saying that the story lines, bosses or puzzles are unaffected and thereby awesome!!! In fact, the Wii controls almost make most of the bosses too easy to beat.
Summary: i think theres a good multiplayer but the stages are hard to unlock.the 3rd game is the best in my opinion im on pirate homeworld. theres a little pamphlet that comes with it with the history of the metroid games. and believe me theres action in all of them and you should never get bored!
Summary: I love this game! Three of the best Metroid titles ever rolled into one. Controls take a little getting used to, and the in-game menu is a little confusing. Sometimes it's tough to figure out what to do next, but what's a good game without some challenges? Love the tons of bonus content that comes with it, and the stuff you have to unlock too. Overall, I am very satisfied with this game, and I would recommend it to anyone.
Summary: Out of the 3 prime games, I had previously only played the first one back on the cube, still fun to play back through this game with the wii controls and excellent value to get the other 2 games as well.
Summary: I would gladly and rightfully give this a full 5 stars without exception however the condition of my desired Collector's Edition was not how I treat my own products which I always strive to maintain with the utmost care and quality. The instruction booklet was mangled and the outer sleeve was not as pristine as I would have liked it to be including the fold-out art book inside.
Great value, but I preferred the GameCube control-system
D. Hughes, amazon.co.uk
29 December 2013
Summary: Hard to grumble at getting Metroid Prime, Echoes and Corruption for less than forty quid. But I would've liked to've had the option of playing the first two games in the series with their original control-systems… … very good, all the same.