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Metroid Prime Trilogy

Metroid Prime Trilogy (WII) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Tags: Compilation
Developer: Retro Studios


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Staff Reviews

Metroid Prime Trilogy review

Reviewed August 25, 2009

Jason Venter says: "Those who have played through the games before can likely think of a number of places where improved control would come in handy, and they should rest assured that in most cases the experience feels every bit as wonderful as they imagine."
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Reader Reviews

Metroid Prime Trilogy review

Reviewed May 04, 2010

Suskie says: "Even after all these years, Metroid Prime is still the second-best game Ive ever played, yet its style of play caters to a very specific taste that, understandably, not all gamers will gel with. Replaying the three games in the aptly titled Metroid Prime Trilogy, I noticed that as the series progresses, it seems increasingly eager to expand its audience. The original was a thing of quiet, delicate beauty, and yet by the third installment were teaming up with a band of mercenaries..."
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