Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.9/10

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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Reviews

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1UP 9/10 Aug 26 '07
Digital Chumps 9.0/10 Mar 20 '08
Game Freaks 365 9.7/10 Sep 02 '07
GameDaily 9/10 Aug 27 '07
Thunderbolt 7/10 Dec 13 '07
Wii Nintendo Life 9/10 Sep 05 '07
EuroGamer 9/10 Oct 16 '07
GameSpot 8.5/10 Aug 27 '07
Gamespy 4.5/5 Aug 27 '07
IGN Wii 9.5/10 Aug 27 '07
Nintendojo 9.9 / 10 Sep 18 '07
Shacknews  --- Aug 27 '07
Yahoo! Video Games 4/5 Aug 28 '07
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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Previews

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1UP Sep 14 '06
CheatCC May 09 '06
EuroGamer May 16 '06
GameSpot May 10 '06
IGN Wii Aug 22 '07
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"The Wii's sensitivity is a bit inconsistent in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. In the main portion of the game, the UI's targeting reticule/cursor moves incredibly swiftly -- however, when that cursor reaches the screen's edges to turn Samus, she slows and turns extremely slowly."
"No predictions for six years down the road this time, just one for this fall: load a fresh pair of batteries into the controller, dust off the Wii, and surrender a week of your life to Corruption -- you won't be sorry."
"If you've never been treated to the delights of a Metroid Prime title (and sales figures of the last two suggests that's most of you) then it's essential that you at least give this a try - and if you liked either of the previous two, it's just plain essential. Corruption is a game which places adventure as a joint priority among the action, and one that will live long in your memory once you're done with it. Quite unlike the slew of generic first-person shooters crowding out the shelves this year, it's a special game that might take a while to appreciate because of the way it does things differently to other games of a similar nature - but once you do unravel its charms, you'll be glad did. Immersive, engaging and with the kind of gameplay depth that so many shooters lack, Metroid Prime 3 might not represent a huge progression as far as the series goes, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the best games I've played all year - and certainly one of best yet on the Wii."
"Metroid Prime 3: Corruption is the game that I would have liked to have played in 2002. Retro Studios was not content with leaving the formula unchanged. Retro reworked the controls for Wii, upgraded the graphics engine substantially, expanded the worlds beyond what we saw on GameCube, used landing points to both save and enter/exit different areas of a world without having to start at the beginning, gave Samus allies, added voice-acting, and kept the trademarks of the franchise in place. If a sequel is to do anything, it should improve on its predecessors. Metroid Prime 3: Corruption does that and more. This is both a game that can justify a Wii purchase and is a requisite for any current system owner."
"Slick controls and great boss fights make Corruption a worthy end to the Metroid Prime trilogy."
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