Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
ConsoleNintendo Wii
DeveloperRetro Studios
GenreAction, Adventure
ReleasedAugust 27, 2007
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Name (EUR)PartsFile SizeDownload
Metroid Prime 3: CorruptionPart 11.46 GB
Metroid Prime 3: CorruptionPart 21.46 GB
Metroid Prime 3: CorruptionPart 31.42 GB

    If you thought you knew how it felt to be the bounty hunter hiding behind the visor, you should rethink that assumption. Take aim at the forces of darkness with Nintendo’s ground-breaking controller.

    The players move Samus using the Nunchuk controller, and they aim with the pointer. This gives them the opportunity to experience a level of immersion that is unlike anything else they have ever had. Players experience a quantum leap in first-person control as they take on the role of Samus while using the Wii Remote, the pinnacle controller for the first-person shooter genre.

    For the purpose of overcoming the challenges that lie ahead, Samus will rely not just on tried-and-true power-ups like the Grapple Beam and the Morph Ball, but also on a number of novel advantages.

    The Course of the Game

    Space Pirates have launched an assault on Base Sector Zero, which is controlled by the Galactic Federation. In order to bring the defense systems back online, Samus needs to start the generator. But there is something or someone terrible waiting for her at the end of this route.

    Samus, Dark Samus, the Galactic Federation, and a large number of new bounty hunters are the characters discussed here.

    Instructions on How to Advance Through the Game

    The conflict that was started by Dark Samus and the Space Pirates rages across a number of different planets as the opposing forces strive to infect each one with Phazon seeds. Exploring exotic environments, hunting for weapons and knowledge, and destroying the seeds are all things that players do with the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk. However, preventing the spread of corruption to other planets is not enough. At some point, players will need to vanquish Dark Samus, who is Samus’ most dangerous foe.

    Exceptional Abilities, Weapons, Moves, and Features

    In addition to the ability to perform incredible feats with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers, such as targeting and firing guns while in midair or while sprinting full speed, players will also have access to a wide variety of weaponry to choose from. The further you continue through the game, the more powerful these will get, in classic Metroid fashion. In addition to this, the controller will be utilized for a variety of different game components in addition to the conventional requirements for a first-person shooter.

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