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Destructoid’s favorite Wii games: A farewell tribute

No matter what you might think of the Wii, there’s no denying that Nintendo’s seventh-generation home console changed the game. Despite its technical limitations, the machine outpaced its competitors, introduced motion controls to the world, and helped re-establish Nintendo’s dominance as a platform holder.

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Metroid Prime concept art shows Kraid battle, ice baboon

I’ve just now gotten into Retro’s Donkey Kong Country Return s, and so far, I agree with everything Chad Concelmo said in his review . It’s awesome.

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Rumor: Metroid Prime 1.5 design doc surfaces from Retro Studios

Given the sheer size and detail of the recently surfaced design document said to be for a Retro Studios -developed Metro Prime title, it’s hard to outright dismiss as a fake.

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Metroid Prime model gunship boasts ‘unprecedented levels of realism and accuracy’

For $300, you get a spaceship that benefits from the most attentive and accurate craftsmanship. It’s not quite what intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran paid when she commissioned her gunship, but then … this one is quite a bit smaller.

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Armature Studio hiring for ‘unannounced project’ with ‘unannounced publisher’

The last time we heard from Armature Studio , the developer founded by ex-Retro Studios executives, it had signed a multi-game agreement with EA. That was in fall 2008, and there hasn’t been a peep from Armature since then — until now. The Austin-based developer is up to something! And hiring people to do that thing that it’s up to! A newsletter sent out by the former Metroid Prime dev announced that “We are staffing up for the initial stages of an exciting unannounced project with an excited unannounced publisher!” That “unannounced publisher” bit puts the status of Armature’s ” long-term, exclusive ” deal with EA into question

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Amazon: ‘Per Nintendo, we will no longer be offering Metroid Prime Trilogy’

Nintendo continues to drag its feet on an official response about Metroid Prime Trilogy ‘s retail status, though online retailer Amazon tells Joystiq that the game has been discontinued. According to a representative from the online retailer: “Per Nintendo, we will no longer be offering Metroid Prime Trilogy at this time.” Requests for comment from other retailers were not returned. The fate of Metroid Prime Trilogy has been shrouded in confusing statements and PR jujitsu for almost a month now.

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Nintendo May Have More Metroid Prime Primed For DS [Nintendo]

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption may have wrapped up the GameCube-to-Wii trilogy, but fans of first-person adventuring in the suit of Samus Aran may be able to look forward to future Prime games. Nintendo’s Kensuke Tanabe, overseer of all things Metroid, tells the UK’s Official Nintendo Magazine that the company is “always planning to make new games in the Metroid Prime series.” And while Metroid: Other M is penciled in for a Wii release next year, the Prime series may return to the Nintendo DS for future iterations. Tanabe says he “we cannot deny the possibility of realizing it on DS or DSi.” That backs up statements Tanabe made to Kotaku earlier this year.

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Nintendo not done with Metroid Prime series

You may have completed Metroid Prime Trilogy and begun to enter Full Excitement Mode[TM] for next year’s Metroid Other M , but there could be even more Metroid in store under Prime ‘s banner of first-person action. Nintendo’s Kensuke Tanabe, who oversaw development on the Prime games for Nintendo at Retro Studios, recently told ONM that Nintendo is ” always planning to make new games in the Metroid Prime series.” Tanabe didn’t speak of a continuation on Wii, but noted that depending “on the timing and the situation, we cannot deny the possibility of realising it on DS or DSi.” Though Retro hasn’t isolated itself from the franchise, we know Nintendo isn’t shy about sharing Samus with external developers

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Is Metroid Prime The Citizen Kane Of Video Games? [Nintendo]

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 . It’s IGN’s Michael Thomsen that makes that argument, saying that the “dark and lonely world” of Welles’ film is comparable to the environments presented in the Metroid Prime series

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Metroid Prime producer hints at future Prime titles

With the recent release of Metroid Prime Trilogy , it was easy to presume that the Prime series of Metroid games had received a final nail hammered into its coffin.

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