Metroid Prime: Trilogy Is Now Available on Wii U eShop For Just $10

Gaming’s Citizen Kane can be bought for an absurdly cheap price. Oh, and Codename STEAM.

Posted By | On 30th, Jan. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Metroid Prime Trilogy, the Wii remaster of all three Metroid Prime games, that cleaned up the graphics, added the enhanced pointer controls that got so much praise in Corruption (and replaced the obtuse Gamecube controls), achievements, oodles of extra content, and brought all three games together in one package, is now available on the eShop on Wii U, as part of Nintendo’s initiative to bring Wii games to the Wii U Virtual Console. And the best part is, just for this one week, Nintendo will offer it for just $10. Considering that discs for this game go for over $150 on eBay, $10 is an absurdly good deal.

Metroid Prime Trilogy isn’t the only exciting thing happening on the eShop this week either, as the Nintendo 3DS exclusive Codename STEAM, the brand new strategy game IP from Intelligent Systems (the developers of Fire Emblem and Advance Wars) gets a brand new playable demo, offering up to three chapters of play, as well.

So yeah, fire up those Nintendo systems and enjoy the offerings.

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  • d0x360

    I had the original metal box version and like a dope I sold it. It was then that I discovered the game was very rare due to a limited run by Nintendo. I spent 2 years looking for a reasonable price and then GameStop reprinted it themselves, called it “used” despite being brand new and sold it for $50. So I bought it.

    When I saw it yesterday for $10 I thought it was Nintendo giving a big middle finger to GameStop and resellers alike. Had I not already bought the $50 copy a year ago I’d have snatched this up immediately. I suggest you do the same. The games are all fantastic and $10 for all 3 really can’t he beat.


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