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Box artwork for Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
Developer(s)Retro Studios
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Year released2007
System(s)Wii
Preceded byMetroid Prime Hunters
Followed byMetroid Prime 4
SeriesMetroid
Genre(s)FPS, Metroidvania
Players1
ModesSingle player
Rating(s)ESRB TeenPEGI Ages 12+CERO Ages 12 and upUSK Ages 16+OFLC Mature
LinksMetroid Prime 3: Corruption ChannelSearchSearch

Metroid Prime 3 is considered to be a fantastic game by many. Using the Wii and Wii-mote "to its fullest", the game ends the trilogy by having fantastic boss battles, undescribable locations, and, for the first time, having full voice-over in all areas, making this a game you don't want to miss. And just in case you didn't think it didn't use online, it does. By connecting online with the Wii-mote and having your friend's Wii Friend-code, you transfer and receive "tokens" to purchase special objects, such as dioramas, in-game music, artwork, and more.

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