... of the games from the trilogy you have a good idea what you're getting into
20 December 2014
Summary: If you've played one of the games from the trilogy you have a good idea what you're getting into. The three games are slow paced and have a good bit of backtracking. I wouldn't feel bad playing the games on easy mode. The tin case is beautiful; an absolute prize.
Summary: Coming from what was one of the finest Gamecube game series. The Wii version updates the control system using the Wiimote making it much more immersive IMHO because you can aim on screen independantly of movement and don't only have to aim at the dead center of the screen.
Summary: I think you have to like this style of game to get into it. In the beginning the game can be difficult if you are not used to the Wii mote and nun chuck. And the game is not the best at really letting you know what to do, but if you can get past that, there is many hours of good fun here in one of...
Summary: Even though the price of it may seem large, if you consider the fact that it is three games in one, the price is very well priced. Also, this game is one of the greatest Metroid games I've played, making it even better of a deal! :D
Summary: I was really happy that it came a day early, and also that it did come in the metal casing! Brand new disc made my day as well! Can't wait to beat 1 and 2 again! Finally be able to play Corruption!! XD
Summary: These games are the PERFECT evolution from retro to real, almost every element of the sidescrolling roots is still here plain as day, but seeing things from this new perspective is exciting and immersive.