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Super Metroid is timeless. Even by today’s standards, the game manages to suck me in and keep my hands on the controller until the credits roll. Gameplay principles laid out in that 2D masterpiece are still making an impact on modern games like Shadow Complex. I wonder if one day we’ll look back at Metroid Prime with similar wonder. Seven years after its initial release, I still find myself overwhelmed by Metroid Prime’s diverse landscapes. I still thrill over solving Prime’s puzzles and eagerly hunt for the secrets tucked into every corner. Everything about Prime’s


  • Name: Metroid Prime Trilogy
  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • 1 to 4 Players
  • Developer: Retro Studios
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Offline Multiplayer:
    • Cooperative: N/A
    • Competitive: 4-Player
  • Online Multiplayer:
    • Cooperative: N/A
    • Competitive: N/A
Accessibility Features
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • [cc]: No
  • Colorblind Mode: No
  • Multiple Difficulty Settings: Yes
  • In-game Help/Hint System: No
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    Secret tricks of Corruption

    Metroid Prime Trilogy  /  Dylan  /  October 17 2009 12:03AM
    In Metroid Prime 3 their are a few secrets within the game that are kind offun to use and give you a challenge when fighting. 1.When fighting a Reptillicus on Bryyo and...