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Metriod Prime Trilogy Steeped in myth, rich in exploration and explosive in action, three classic Metroid adventures chronicling bounty hunter Samus Aran?s first-person adventures come together in a single package. Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii gives players the opportunity to experience the entire...
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Steeped in myth, rich in exploration and explosive in action, three classic Metroid adventures chronicling bounty hunter Samus Aran’s first-person adventures come together in a single package.

Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii gives players the opportunity to experience the entire Metroid Prime story arc by bringing together critically acclaimed Nintendo GameCube titles Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, as well as the hit conclusion to the series, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, in spectacular style.

Now you can return to – or discover for the first time – the rich universe of the Prime trilogy every step of the way. Immerse yourself in Samus’ struggle against the Space Pirates as she encounters the all-consuming, corrupting substance called Phazon. Discover the history of the Chozo Ruins and the mysteries of Tallon IV; retrieve the Light of Aether and take on the might of the shape-shifting Ing; and search and destroy the Leviathan Seeds and bring the curtain down on your bitter struggle with Dark Samus.

Scanning your surroundings will enable you to piece together the mysteries of ravaged worlds, while using the full range of capabilities offered by Samus’ armoured suit will help you to find new areas hidden from view and solve difficult puzzles as you upgrade and expand your arsenal along the way.

The entire trilogy can now be controlled using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to take aim at a huge array of alien enemies and interact with the richly-detailed surroundings. Originally created for Metroid Prime 3: Corruption on Wii, the intuitive pointer-based control scheme makes the process of delving into the darkest corners of the galaxy more immersive than ever. Just point your Wii Remote at the screen to aim at enemies and adjust Samus’ outlook; moving and firing with ease as you battle to save the solar system, one enigmatic planet at a time.

The whole saga can also be experienced in widescreen for the first time, and boasts a range of other enhancements to expand the experience for long-time Metroid fans and newcomers to the series alike. Special tokens – introduced in the third game for the first time – can now be found spread throughout all three games and collected to unlock art galleries and other fan-pleasing extras.

On top of the three solo adventures, Metroid Prime Trilogy also features the split-screen multiplayer mode featured in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, in which up to four players can battle it out with Samus’ weapons to reveal who is the baddest bounty hunter of them all.

Enjoy the Metroid Prime series like never before with Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii.

Return to – or discover for the first time – the rich universe of the Prime trilogy as you immerse yourself in Samus’ intergalactic struggles.
Control every game using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk as you take aim and interact with the richly-detailed surroundings.
Game enhancements expand the experience for long-time Metroid fans and newcomers to the series alike.
A portion of the online services offered through the Wii console were discontinued on 28th June 2013. From this date, certain online software functionality that utilises WiiConnect24 – for instance, message/data exchange – will no longer be available for this title.

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Wish they’d port this to the Switch
Jameseh11/03/2020 23:48

Wish they’d port this to the Switch


They will if I buy the Wii U version. Trust me.
still looks and plays fantastic on the Wii U

If you haven't had the pleasure of playing these games, for this money you need to get involved.

Original Prime menu music and intro still give me goose bumps like release day
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Love how Shopto managed to include Resident Evil in the screenshots
Edited by: "Maevoric" 11th Mar
Good review here, it seems you can't play on the gamepad just the wii remote and nunchuk:

metro.co.uk/201…64/
Edited by: "Maevoric" 11th Mar
Wish they’d port this to the Switch
Jameseh11/03/2020 23:48

Wish they’d port this to the Switch


They will if I buy the Wii U version. Trust me.
Robloxian12/03/2020 02:40

They will if I buy the Wii U version. Trust me.


Please do so then
jco8312/03/2020 03:19

Please do so then


I will do. Mainly because it'll be announced for the switch then to coincide with the 4th one lol
Great game
Robloxian12/03/2020 06:12

I will do. Mainly because it'll be announced for the switch then to … I will do. Mainly because it'll be announced for the switch then to coincide with the 4th one lol


At the low price of £39.99
still looks and plays fantastic on the Wii U

If you haven't had the pleasure of playing these games, for this money you need to get involved.

Original Prime menu music and intro still give me goose bumps like release day
Can you use GC controller on wii u?
BargainVVizzard12/03/2020 12:43

Can you use GC controller on wii u?


No these are remakes of the GC version so you'll need a wiimote and Nunchuck
BargainVVizzard12/03/2020 12:43

Can you use GC controller on wii u?


In general? Yes. On this game? No.

The first two games may have been made for GameCube but this trilogy contains the enhanced Wii versions of them, and motion controls are the only option. And Metroid Prime 3 only ever had support for motion controls. Bear in mind this trilogy was made for the Wii, not the Wii U, so at the time they were all about trying to get everyone to use motion controls for everything. It's just a shame they didn't add the option for GC or Pro controllers.



Jameseh11/03/2020 23:48

Wish they’d port this to the Switch



Everyone does. And it would make so much sense to do it before the fourth game comes out.

This and Zelda Wind Waker, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword are top of my wish list for Switch ports.
Are they going to keep the eshop going on the Wii U?
Jameseh11/03/2020 23:48

Wish they’d port this to the Switch


I hope not. I don't want fitlhy casuals defiling this masterpiece.
Edited by: "hellachloe" 12th Mar
Jameseh11/03/2020 23:48

Wish they’d port this to the Switch



Me too. Got the Wii U version, but can't be bothered to start it up when I'm at home. Would be good to actually play it
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