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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Wii
PUBLISHER:
Nintendo
DEVELOPER:
Retro Studios
GENRE: First Person Shooter
RELEASE DATE:
August 27, 2007
ESRB RATING:
Teen


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 Written by John Scalzo  on August 04, 2005

News: The first real news on any Revolution game is revealed.



The Revolution will eventually be televised, but so far Nintendo has been pretty tight lipped about the whole thing. Up steps Luminoth Temple, Nintendo's swanky official site for all things Metroid that requires an invitation code from Nintendo's My Nintendo online club.

Anyway, Lumonith Temple landed an interview with the developers at Retro Studios, the team behind Metroid Prime 3. They touched on some of the first real, concrete points any Nintendo fans have heard about any Revolution title.

First, they've revealed that Prime 3 will be the end of a planned trilogy and that the Phazon metal will once again make an appearance. The company also confirmed that the game will once again be a First Person Adventure. "We don't plan on using a third-person camera for the times when Samus is in a suit," they cryptically said.

In keeping with the mystery, they also have said "We plan on taking advantage of a number of new features in the Revolution, including the controller." This is all well and good, but we still don't know anything about the Revolution controller. However, we do know that Kenji Yamamoto, the composer for the first two titles, will be returning to score the third.

And that's about all we know. When we learn more about Metroid Prime 3, we'll pass it along.

source: IGN Cube



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