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|Platform:||Nintendo Wii||Custom Bundle:||No|
|Game Name:||Metroid Prime 3: Corruption||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Samus Aran returns in "Metroid Prime 3: Corruption" for the Nintendo Wii. This Nintendo game is the third and final chapter in the "Metroid Prime" series. In this original video game, the Galactic Federation calls on the famous bounty hunter for assistance. When a platoon of soldiers is defeated by the space pirates, the federation calls Samus to investigate. However, instead of a space pirate invasion, she finds something far worse: Dark Samus. This evil doppelganger from the previous GameCube games returns and Samus vows to destroy her once and for all. This Wii game was developed by Retro Studios and published by Nintendo. It had a release date of 2007."Metroid Prime 3: Corruption" is the first Metroid game released on the Nintendo Wii. As such, it incorporates a new control scheme that takes advantage of the hand and arm motion controls the system uses. Similar to the GameCube games, the analog stick on the Wii Nunchuk is in charge of the movement. You will move the stick to run and turn while the buttons allow you to lock onto any target in your vicinity. The Wii Remote controls aiming, firing, and jumping. To play "Metroid Prime 3: Corruption," you must point the controller directly at the screen. The gun on your character's arm will follow whatever you are pointing at. You can also activate your visor and point at specific objects to uncover information about your surroundings. While the game is primarily played from a first-person point of view, it occasionally changes perspectives. When you morph into a ball, the gameplay takes on a third-person view to let you navigate more easily. Your HUD is styled similar to the helmet that Samus wears. In each corner of the HUD are readings for your health, ammo count, and the map. You'll encounter a variety of enemies in your quest to stop Dark Samus. These enemies range from space pirates to native life forms. Some of these enemies are taken from previous games, such as "Super Metroid," while some are brand new. To counter these enemies, you have a variety of powers at your disposal. Some, like the Hypermode, you will start the game with. This powerful attack lets you deal extra damage at the cost of health. Some powers, like the Ice Missiles or the Nova Beam, you must find as you play. These items will aid you in both defeating enemies and reaching previously inaccessible areas.Unlike previous "Metroid" games, "Metroid Prime 3: Corruption" doesn't take place on one single planet. Instead, the action takes place on a variety of planets. As your foes travel from planet to planet to spread the evil Phazon, Samus follows closely behind. You'll start your adventure exploring relatively harmless planets like Bryyo. Later in the game, you'll encounter planets infected by Phazon where everything you see is dangerous. "Metroid Prime 3: Corruption" has a rating of T by the ESRB. Like all Wii titles, this game is compatible with the Wii U platform. This adventure is over 30 hours long for those who want to find every secret.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||53683470|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||Metroid Prime 3: Corruption|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Battle Dark Samus as corruption pervades the universe and the trilogy comes to an end Aim and shoot using the Wii Remote and grapple using the nunchuk Collect dozens of energy, missile, visor, weapon, and suit upgrades|
|Game Name Series||Metroid Prime Series|
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Metroid Prime 3 is one of the best Wii games out right now. It is enjoyable, has great uses for the Wii remote and nunchuck, and is packed with a lot of shooting action. You can also now enter hyper mode whenever you want as a new feature. But before you buy it there are a few things I would suggest. 1. Make sure you have beaten Metroid Prime, and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes (Metroid Prime: Hunters isn't part of the Metroid Prime story on home consoles, so there isn't a need to play it to understand the story) because if you don't, you won't really get the storyline of Metroid Prime 3 (Don't forget, the Wii can play Gamecube games too!). 2. I also suggest to be prepared for well... the easiest Metroid Prime game so far. It is way too easy and could be disappointing. 3. This game also features beam overlapping which was never in Metroid Prime or Metroid Prime 2. So if you are going to get this game, you might be disappointed, but also amazed.
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
I received a Wii for my birthday. I was hyped up to play my favorite game on it: Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Once I beat it I noticed the problems of the Wii. One big problem with the Wii was the games. As you may know, the Wii is the best-selling video game system out of itself, the PS3, and the 360. This is largely due to its casual audience. The causal audience is fond of games like Wii Sports, Cooking Mama, etc. Video games, in my opinion, are supposed to be for the hardcore audience - the people who like Brawl, Killzone 2, Halo 3, etc. Nintendo realized that it could earn LOTS of money by producing casual games and attracting the other people that normally don't play video games. Thus, the Wii has sold a lot of casual games. The problem with all of this is that I'm a hardcore fan. Stuck with the Wii, I couldn't find any good hardcore games. As a hardcore fan, I looked for some hardcore games. I have been with Nintendo for a long time by owning a Game Boy Advance, a Gamecube, a DS, and now a Wii, and through that experience I learned that Nintendo games are almost always excellent (most get about 9.5 or higher out of 10 in reviews.) Thus I picked all the hardcore series on the Wii, which was two: The Legend of Zelda and Metroid. Both were fun to play. However, I played Zelda lots of times before, so I got the feel of it. I never played Metroid before, which made me interested in Metroid. Also, the fact that it's a shooter made me interested. By the time I decided on Metroid, I was comparing 360/PS3 games to the few Wii hardcore games. Metroid got me excited, because I could compare it to a shooter that is probably the best shooting video game of all time: Halo 3. Both Halo and Metroid both had amazing graphics (Halo 3's graphics was better because of the 360. However, Metroid's graphics was hailed as the best on the Wii). They were both sci fi shooters too, with aliens. Thus, I decided to buy Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. I liked how the Wii remote's pointer capacities were used in Metroid Prime 3. In the beginning, I enjoyed the gameplay and the graphics. Afterwards I started noticing the problems. You can't save whenever you want. You must be at Samus's ship or at a save station to save. They are at least 40 minutes of gameplay away from each other, and since I had a fixed time period of one hour to play in, I often got frustrated. Another thing is the doors. It was often mentioned that the blue doors took a long time to open. They often take 1-10 seconds to load. However, I don't mind them that much. The times I despised the doors was when an enemy was shooting me as I desperately waited for the doors to open so I could escape. Also, the game is hard, especially for me, who is a beginner to Metroid. For example, in a boss battle, I was supposed to, in morph ball form, plant bombs on a boss's stomach. However, before I knew that, it was frustrating, since the game gave no hints whatsoever to planting the bombs. But there are many more good parts. Weapons are diverse. Puzzles are diverse. You will get an amazing first person shooter on the Wii. The adventure is cool as you travel across landscapes. And it takes a long time to beat, thankfully (I hate short games). If you're a hardcore fan, get this. If you're a fan of the series, get this. Even if you're not, it's a good game - it’s filled with awesome gameplay and graphics. But be prepared to constantly look at a walkthrough as you play through this game.
Metroid Prime 3 Corruption
All in all i think this is a great game. Smooth flawless graphics, interesting story line, Good action. The only thing i didn't like was the controls at times. Though the controls were pretty easy to use, often you find yourself stuck at a door or a computer screen and you dont know what button to push. I would say this game is worth the $30 used price. As an ex Wii owner, i wasn't to excited with the system.( how many Mario games can one play haha) The only 2 games i owned were metroid and zelda. Personaly i think those were the only 2 great games for wii.
Excellent game, but consider trilogy instead
If you want to buy this, consider purchasing the Metroid Prime Trilogy *instead*. It usually costs more, but it also includes the first two games with wider video and Wii motion controls. I love Metroid Prime 3. It's about as good as the second game. I don't like their rendering of humanoid creatures, though. Granted, this was 2007 technology. Loading times can be long. This manifests as doors that, once you (shoot to) activate them, take a long time to actually open. Despite these shortcomings, I really enjoy the gameplay.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : travisback09
Great Game on a Great System
I haven't played my Wii in a number of years. It's been collecting dust while I've been playing my Xbox One. I decided recently to purchase some games which came out after I stopped playing it, like for instance, Metroid Prime 3. Wow, I forgot just how much fun the Wii is to play and this game is addicting, hard to put down. Nintendo really does make some unique fun games and the Wii is still very much relevant.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : connsign203