Four months after its release, Nintendo has stopped publishing and shipping the Metroid Prime: Collector's Edition. A company rep told an interested gamer the only way to find it now is through the second-hand market.
If Orson Welles' groundbreaking, multiple award winning film Citizen Kane has an analogous counterpart in the video game space, one ABC News report argues that it's Nintendo's Metroid Prime Trilogy.
Those picking up Metroid Prime Trilogy appear to be trading convenience for graphical fidelity, with this clip showing that one of the Trilogy versions of the game is sporting reduced textures and particle effects.
In Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Admiral Dane expresses his frustration with the Space Pirates by letting out a rather mild profanity. "Damn," to be precise. In the Metroid Prime Trilogy, which released a week ago, it's been scrubbed.
PS3 Slims. World of Warcraft expansions. Is there any news for the Wii gamer these days? A copy of Metroid Prime: Trilogy arrived in the office this week. I've had little time to investigate it, but did discover this.
Nintendo's Metroid Prime collection for the Wii is due to land in North America on August 24th in a snazzy "collector's edition" form that bundles up three games, a Metroid Prime Trilogy art booklet, special metal packaging and more.