This game was done really well. They added Voice overs for in-game characters and mission updates. That helped the story line to carry you through the game if you are not used to reading all the time. The game, like the previous titles in the Prime series, gives you an option to use the scan visor to get info on almost every plant, rock, creature, enemy, and boss in the game. Another great add-on is that on one of the planets you travel to, you can use a satellite to point you two additional upgrades. It will only tell you locations of items in an area that you have completed all your objections for. Finally a Metroid game that can be "100%" without buying a Players guide or spending time just roaming for that last missile or energy tank. WFC Multi-player would have been nice. But that might have taken away from what the game really was designed for. I would love to see a Metroid themed rail shooter like resident evil: umbrella chronicles or link's crossbow training.