Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Review

Slick controls and great boss fights make Corruption a worthy end to the Metroid Prime trilogy.

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Review (Wii) [The Road To Metroid Dread, Ep 11]

The completion of the Metroid Prime Trilogy awaits us, and I’m here to find out if 3 times is the charm in this Metroid Prime 3 Corruption Wii review of the bookend to Retro Studios’ epic Dark Samus saga.

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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Review (Wii)

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Johnny vs. Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

It’s time for the last Metroid game to review, Ladies and Gentlemen, and it’s my longest one yet (Metroid games like to do that with me). Okay, well, there’s technically three other games to look at too, but the main attraction here is Metroid Prime 3. Retro Studios has brought the First Person Adventure to the Nintendo Wii, so with added motion controls, how does the final game in the trilogy hold out? Let’s find out.

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