'Metroid Prime 3: Corruption' Hands-On

Once again, G4's Blair Butler gets to test play yet another anticipated Nintendo title, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Samus' debut for the Nintendo Wii takes advantage of the Wii-mote innovation not only through aiming, but other features as well. Retro Studios has done a fine job so far with the game.

Nintendo product tester Joel Simon explains what games can expect from the bounty hunter's latest adventure when it arrives this August. Check out the video.

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jacen10004297d ago

as a wii owner and waiting on the release of metriod on the wii for ONLINE play but now its not gonna be, what a disaster

who cares if it comes or not now i sure dont i went and bought a 360 to get fps online

retro get it sorted u let us all down

ShadoWulf4296d ago

Retro you have never let me down.

In fact, I think it's better they focused on an epic singleplayer mode instead of some terrible Halo multiplayer clone. Just because every other FPS has online doesn't mean Metroid has to. It's already separated itself from the run-and-gun mass through exploration and puzzles. Retro is just doing what they do best: pushing a machine to the limit and making an excellent, streamlined, enthralling singleplayer experience.

You'll get your online with SSBB. Enjoy Metroid for what it is.