Unboxing: Infendo unclothes Metroid Prime Trilogy

Baby got (more) back.

First impressions: As far as the game goes, the unified menu isn’t anything to write home about, and I’m not quite sure what Nintendo means by “refined” 16:9. Looks the same to me. That said, everything seems shinier, and it’s more fun to play the first game using the Wii remote than the original GameCube controller. Maybe even worth a second play through.

So if you’ve never played the first game (which I think has the best level design and story progression of the three), are a Nintendo collector or die-hard Metroid fan, you might consider this. What’s more, the second game’s 4-person split-screen multiplayer (using motion control) is here as well.