Metroid Prime - GameCube
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- Platform: GameCube
- ESRB Rating: Teen
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Xbox editor Mike Fehlauer said this game looks like Halo, and I think he meant it as a compliment. Most of the game is played in the first-person view through Samus's visor, which offers both heads-up display and scanner abilities, but Samus can also roll up into a ball to negotiate tight spots. What's really cool is that the game shifts to a third-person trailing perspective in this mode, which helps refresh the gameplay. Metroid Prime has some original weapons, such as the grapple beam, wave beam, and freeze beam, and the Big N is promising loads of others, too. The game looked great at the show, but we didn't have enough time to really get used to the controls. --Porter B. Hall
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The only problem I have with this game is that there are too many points at which you are left asking "now what? Where am I supposed to go?" it would have been nice if the hint system didn't point you to an area you can't reach 'til you get a particular upgrade. I wish it would point me to the upgrade first. But this game is definitely worth the money.
It's definitely not a game that you can buzz through in record time as some of the puzzles can prove to be rather challenging, not to mention some of the bosses. I've logged in just over 20 hours of play. It would be more if you want to complete 100% of the game, which is fairly challenging. If you get stuck, then look up a guide on gamefaqs.com and you'll be on your way. I know I got stuck a few times in Metroid Prime.
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this item was for my child who I am takin that he does like as I have not heard any negative things about itPublished on Sept. 25 2013 by Valerie
This game is the greatest 1st person shooter/Adventure (in my opinion) for the Nintendo gamcube.Published on June 24 2004