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|The Metroid Prime Trilogy Collector's Edition game designed for the Wii platform is a trio pack of Metroid Prime game. In this Wii game you can earn awards by gathering tokens, overcoming the trilogy and create a perfect award system. The camera of this Metroid Prime Trilogy game moves according to the pointer of the intuitive control. The Nunchuck controller, Wii Remote controller controls and the Arm Cannon's crosshairs of the Metroid Prime Trilogy Collector's Edition game lets you plan your attack well. The three different sensitivity settings of this Wii game allows you to choose the response speed, according to your preference. So, get the value of three games in a solo Metroid Prime Trilogy game collectors edition web game and elevate your gamming experience.|
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This is one of the best video game compilations of all time. Aside from the addition of Metroid Prime 3 which is a stand alone Wii title. Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes get the best ports of both titles on the single disk. Both Gamecube titles use the Wii controls, and they are well balanced, not gimmicky, and refresh the game for a new experience, even for veterans.
The graphics have been enhanced for sharper visual clarity and put in a 16:9 format. And yes, these games display beautifully on an HDTV and have no visual hitches in the presentation or any bluring or jagged imagery. The developers were very consious to ensure these games display properly without sacrificing the quality of the titles. The framerates have been smoothed out as well, so both games run better than they ever did on the Gamecube, and old slowdowns and lags in certain parts are a thing of the past thanks to the dual-lyered DVD.
The extras are also very nice with this collection. They added in-game achievements for each title, a revamped difficulty setting for "veteran" and novice players making the game far more accessible than when they were first released. There's also still MP2's multiplayer(not online-based), and unlockable art galleries of each game.
Overall, this collection is a hard find and you will no doubt pay high for a new copy. But used or new, this is a must for Metroid and Nintendo fans, it's worth every penny.
Metroid Prime Trilogy is a compilation of all three Metroid Prime games. The first two Prime games were originally released for the Gamecube in 2002 and 2004 respectively, and the third was released in 2007 on the Wii. The first 2 games have recieved some graphical, and gameplay improvements for this compilation. Better textures, effects, lighting, and new 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio.
I played the first 2 Prime games on the Gamecube in their original format, and I can tell you, these new versions are THE versions to play. One of the most noticeable improvements, is that Prime 1 and 2 now use the Wii motion controls from the 3rd Prime game, and that's a good thing. Prime 3 had one of the best 1st person controls for a Wii game. No waggle, or pointless gimmicks, it really puts you in control of Samus Aran, and gives you the feeling of power and technique of the bounty hunter. You'll be walking, jumping, shooting, and rolling into a morph ball with ease. The learning curve is not large. Once you learn the button layout, it's a snap.
Another fun improvement is that all 3 games now have an achivement system, much like a PS3 or a XBOX 360 game has. Their achivement tokens, and you can use them to buy and unlock special bonus features, like picture galleries, music libraries, and some special game unlockables, like the Fusion Suit from Metroid Fusion on Prime 1. There are "Friend Tokens" which you get by exchanging friend codes with others who also have Prime Trilogy. This is something I wish wasn't in the game, since not everyone you know will have the game... But I'm sure you could find somebody online who might have it... This is my only complaint.
Now, the packaging for the US version is in a steelbook case, with a transparent plastic sheet the covers it. Also included is a little booklet with a synopsis of the Prime series with some cool artwork and conceptual art. If your looking to get this game, try and get it complete with the artwork, manual, and plastic sheath. Another note for collectors: This compilation was released on August 24th 2009, and 4 months later, Nintendo discontinued producing it for the US market, so it's a rather rare and limited game, and can be expensive if your looking for it brand new, unfortunately. A good used condition could bring in $60 dollars or more, so just look around eBay for some good deals.
All 3 games are masterpieces, and to get them altogether in this on package on a single disc, is one of the best deals, or at least was at the time it was out before it was discontinued. But it's still a great gaming experience, not to be missed by Nintendo fans, and Metroid enthusiasts. This is simply one of the best compilations ever made, hands down, and worth your time and money.
Three great contemporary instant classics rolled into one package. If you love the series, or have never played them but enjoy exploration, and environmental ambiance, and action there is no reason not to acquire this edition. The control scheme for the first two iterations are updated to the wii remote targeting and movement system which only adds to the immersive experience that was especially present in the first game. On top of that there are fan-relevant extras that encourage exploration in its entirety that have been added to Prime 1 and 2 that were introduced initially in Prime 3. This is a series that is definitely a mainstay to any collection, if one is a discerning gamer.
The series particularly appeals to me for its intuitive blend of old-school challenge and mechanics with that of next-gen type controls and environment that enhance the level of satisfaction and immersion that take place in playing through games like these. A rare treat these days since I have been disappointed time and again by half-attempts that fail to capture the essence of old-school gaming in a new-school environment.
You get three of the best games nintendo has produced. I liked the new Wii controls and the overall package. I recommend the game for people looking to have a long gameplay game.
Best Video game compilation ever! They re-did the controls, graphics, and the reward system links all 3 games together!