Just out of curiousity, have any of you played Metroid Prime Trillogy on the Wii? If so, what did you think of the game? I played through the first installment in the trillogy and just started on the 2nd. I thought the first game was fun, though it reminded me of the first Turok game a bit being a "silent" first person shooter and all.
I have an Metroid game on an old (original) Gameboy, which I've head now for around two decades and have still failed to finish the game- even once!!!
Haven't had a chance yet, but it's on my list of things to do. I love the old school Metroid for SNES and hope the Wii doesn't ruin the IP.
Metroid Prime Trilogy is actually incredibly good. Metroid Prime 2: Echoes is my least favorite - something about the general setting of it, I think. Prime 3: Corruption is by far my favorite of the three, however. It drops the "silent" FPS deal, for quite a bit of the game (although you are still a silent protagonist)
I got this game last year, but I'm really struggling to get into it. I'm mostly used to playing FPS games with the mouse, so I find Nunchuck + Wiimote control rather tricky.
Played multi-player (MP2: Echoes) with my nephew, and got totally slaughtered!
by ryansjones 9 years ago
Hey, just out of curiousity, what are your thought about the castle crashers game? I recently beat the game and thought that it was pretty fun (played as the Ice Knight)
by PhoenixV 7 years ago
What's A Good Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Walkthrough Or Strategy Guide?What's A Good Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Walkthrough Or Strategy Guide?
by smurfz 8 years ago
What was your favorite video game as a child?
by EJ Lambert 6 years ago
If you could force a studio to remake a single video game, which would it be?Too many times people have heard the phrase, "the games had so much potential but it just didn't work." If you had the ability to go to studio and force them to remake a single game, which would it be?
by janesix 6 years ago
there is no free willthere's nothing new, it's all there.
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