The typical Wii owner has been waiting for something that isn't a party-style mini-game collection since he finished Zelda six months ago. Well it's here: Metroid Prime 3 is available on retail shelves today.
It's like a Wii national holiday. The game has been garnering buzz through early, positive reviews, but the gauntlet will be thrown down today. Can the Wii handle a more "hardcore" game?
The game has (like every Wii game) been developed with the Wii-motes in mind, but the early word is Metroid stretches the limits of the console's motion sensing to heretofore unknown limits.
"Metroid Prime 3 has a revolutionary control style that makes it easy for anyone to immediately jump into the action," George Harrison, Nintendo of America's senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications said in press release. "Now, an entirely new audience can experience this amazing first-person adventure."
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