How does Samus' next-gen outing compare to her last one on the GameCube?
Watchting this, I realise how powerfull the old Gamecube was. I still have some Gamecube games so I can play them on the Wii since I sold my Gamecube (getting a Wii in the future). But the comparison really shows that the Gamecube had some kickass graphics, because they almost seemed identical to me.
Gamecube is a very good machine, unlike the wii
as i like to say the xbox360 & playstation 3 are 100% next gen grafics the nintendo wii is only 50% the rest was for changeing game play forever just like the NES did
I cant tell the difference it looks like the same game just different levels.
you can't see the difference because the wii is exactly the same as the gamecube.
itś funny the subtitle of this article "How does Samus' next-gen outing": next-gen???????? are this guy joking???? don't be angry with me because i like metroid prime very much, and i have a gamecube... the wii is a large disapoitment for a gamecube fan...
The controls are supposed to be the best in any console FPS ever, that makes up for the graphics two-fold. Plus, truth be told, MP3 looks much better than its gamecube counterparts; there is clearly a higher level of detail and geometry.
At the end of the day, MP3 will be an amazing game, and any self-respecting Metroid fan should go out and pick it up.
dude you are blind or on something
Except for the better environments. But it doesn't matter because this game will play great.
echoes has multiplayer so it wins.
Echoes MP sucked pretty badly. It was just 4 people running around, locking on, and pressing A as many times as they could. It would have worked as a Mario Party mini-game, but as a full-fledged multiplayer mode it felt too cheap and arcadey.
unsunghero28 a shallow narrowminded, poor excuse for a gamer, who has yet to post an intelligent comment. Take it with a grain of salt.
MP for MP2:E did suck. It was forced and you could only be Samus. This game has always been about the single player experience. However MP:H had a really great online mp.
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