Last week, IGN wrote an editorial that took a critical look at Nintendo's lack of hype for Metroid Prime 3. IGN's Matt Casamassina recently chatted with Nintendo of America's Perrin Kaplan about the piece and asked what the company had planned for Corruption in the next few weeks and beyond.
From Xfire: "Is Super Metroid still as super as it once was in 1994? If not, which Metroid game is better than the influential title?"
DSOGaming writes: "Now here is something really cool. Thanks to a custom version of the Dolphin emulator, called PrimeHack, PC gamers can play the main trilogy of Metroid Prime like never before. And by that, we mean with proper keyboard and mouse controls, as well as higher FOV values."