To be honest I never played a Metroid game other than Super Metroid on the SNES. I never knew that it had a female protaganist. Well I pre-ordered the Trilogy seeing that the first two games would have the wii remote control scheme on it. When I first played it i was blown away. The control scheme is awesome and easy to use once you get use to it. I tried playing the gamecube version of Metroid Prime and it hurt my hands. I'm used to the wii remote and this was a perfect fit. I love how you can play any of the three titles with no hassle. Though I think the collecting of Metroid icons to unlock videos and music seems taxing. Well the sound and graphics are beautiful and smooth here. Amazing how all three games are on one disc. Cheaper to get then the gamecube versions. No offense to anyone. Well the combat and puzzle solving really make your brain work to get weapon upgrades and get to supposed locked area. The world of Metroid is addicting making you come back even though you played 6 hours straight. All and all I recommend this game to any Metroid fan and someone who's looking for a good challenge.
Let me just start off by saying that if you like any form of puzzle game buy this and if you like any form of shooting game buy this. I bought the first Metroid game back when it first came out. I didn't actually beat it... Read Full Review
A compilation like this gets a perfect score practically by default, since all three games sit comfortably as some of the best games on their respective consoles. You have what is personally my Best Game Ever, Metroid Pr... Read Full Review