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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (2007)

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Dark Samus launches meteoric Phazon Seeds at three planets crucial to the Galactic Federation. After being infected by Phazon, Samus and her fellow bounty hunters set out to counter Dark Samus' forces.

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Lainie Frasier ... Aurora Unit 242 (voice)
... Various Soldiers (voice)
Claire Hamilton ... Gandrayda (voice)
Brian Jepson ... Various Soldiers (voice)
Clayton Kjos ... (voice)
Mary Law ... Samus Aran (voice)
Timothy Patrick Miller ... Fleet Admiral Dane (voice)
... Ghor / Federation Marines / Fleet Troopers (voice)
... Rundas / Various Soldiers (voice) (as Chris Sabat)
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Ken Webster ... (voice)
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Upon becoming the new ruler of the Space Pirates, Dark Samus launches meteoric Phazon Seeds at three planets crucial to the Galactic Federation. After being infected by phazon, Samus and her fellow bounty hunters set out to counter Dark Samus' forces with her own weapon and locate the world of phazon's origin. Written by Brian McInnis

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The first game in the Metroid Prime series where an in-game feature can be activated that reveals the location of all (remaining) Suit Expansions. The Chozo Observatory on Elysia can be used to enable this feature. In the previous games, Suit Expansions only made a distinctive sound that would indicate if one was near, so collecting all of them for a 100% score often required a lot of searching, or help from outside. See more »

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Aurora Unit 242: With the destruction of the planet Phaaze, Samus Aran's arduous fight against Phazon has ended. However, in the vast regions of space, this victory is just a twinkling of a star, spreading the light of hope through the darkness.
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Follows Metroid Prime: Hunters (2006) See more »

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Quite possibly my favorite Wii game so far!
15 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption is the final game in the superb Metroid Prime series, except this time it's on the Wii. The first thing to note is that the controls are amazing and are the definite highlight of the game. After playing a first person shooter with these controls I don't ever want to go back to a normal 360 controller. There is a slight awkwardness at first with the controls, but it doesn't take long for the effect to wear off. Then the next thing to note is this is the first time Metroid has ever had voice acting, and it is actually good, as well this delivers in my opinion the best story in the Prime series thus far. Once again Metroid is a simply beautiful game, some amazing graphics and art direction, every shot of space just makes me stare at it in awe. Overall this is a superb game and is really, really fun my only minor gripe is the choice to not include multi-player, I mean this game has some of the greatest FPS controls I've ever seen and the Wii has Wi-Fi, it just doesn't make sense why the game didn't include multi-player. Still this gripe doesn't affect this amazing game. This might possibly be the best game on the Wii so far.

Score: A perfect 10 out of 10!!!


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