Nintendo Stops Shipping Metroid Prime Trilogy


Posted January 11, 2010 - By Jake Gaskill

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Nintendo Discontinues Metroid Prime Trilogy 

If you want to get your hands on a copy of Nintendo’s Metroid Prime Trilogy, you might want to hit up your local games store sooner rather than later, as Nintendo has announced that it has stopped shipping its Wii combo-pack to retailers.

In a statement issued to Coffee With Games (via Edge Online), Nintendo confirmed the news, adding, "When first introduced, it was announced that there would be limited availability.  However, a reason for this was not announced.  That being said, you may still be able to locate a copy via stores that specialize in previously played or used games.

Obviously, this doesn’t clear up exactly why Nintendo decided to make the game only available for a limited time. I contacted Nintendo, and was told to expect an official comment soon.

Anyone planning to pick up a copy of the game while they’re still available? How many people were considering trading in your copy until you heard this news?

Source: Coffee With Games (via Edge Online)

Tags: Videogames, Wii
Nintendo Stops Shipping Metroid Prime Trilogy


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