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Metroid Prime Trilogy Reviews
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|Cubed3||10/10||Feb 07 '10|
|Destructoid||9.5/10||Sep 07 '09|
|Digital Chumps||9.4/10||Aug 21 '09|
|GameDaily||9/10||Aug 28 '09|
|1UP||B+||Aug 20 '09|
|Computer and Video Games||9.1/10||Sep 03 '09|
|Gamespy||4.5/5||Aug 24 '09|
|Gaming Excellence||9.6/10||Oct 29 '09|
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"You wouldn't think you'd find an awful lot of surprises in Metroid Prime Trilogy. It's a tweaked re-release package of fairly contemporary games, after all. But, you'd be wrong. For the attentive player, at least, Trilogy is rather eye opening. Oh, sure, the big details are exactly what you'd expect. Nintendo's aiming this one squarely at Metroid fans, and they've all played the Prime games. Chances are they currently own them, and since the Wii is perfectly backwards compatible with GameCube titles, that makes Trilogy practically redundant. The sales hook here, of course, is that this anthology retrofits the first two games with Corruption's slick point-and-shoot interface, which was far more elegant (not to mention enjoyable) than the clumsy scheme Retro saddled the GameCube titles with (or that the GameCube saddled Retro with, if you prefer)."
"Three (fairly recent) classic games in one package"
"No Wii collection is complete without the Metroid Prime Trilogy"