Good news, Metroid fans. Later this year you’ll be able to play all three Metroid Prime games on your Wii.
Of course, you can play them all on it now. But the Metroid Prime Trilogy – first revealed here – adds full Wiimote and nunchuk support for the Gamecube originals, Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.
Better yet, the compilation is definitely launching in Australia before Christmas. And that’s not all, as Nintendo Australia managing director Rose Lappin told us:
“[Metroid Prime Trilogy]is certainly coming. That looks fantastic. And it’s got a little… special item in the book. That’s definitely coming.”
A little special item?
“Just a little something in the book, but we need people to wait for that.”
Rose, you’re a tease.
Maybe she’s just talking about this? Or maybe there’s something else Nintendo have left to reveal…?
I loved Metroid Prime on the Gamecube, but I’ve yet to play Echoes or Corruption. So I’m personally very much looking forward to this Trilogy. Did the Wii controls work well with Corruption?