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Metroid Prime Trilogy Rom. Where can I find a working Metroid prime trilogy Rom? This thread is archived.

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Metroid Prime: Trilogy

Metroid Prime: Trilogy North American Cover Art

Developer(s)Retro Studios
Platform(s)Wii, Wii U (Nintendo eShop)

August 24, 2009 (Wii);[1] January 29th, 2015 (Wii U)[2]
September 4, 2009 (Wii);[1] January 29th, 2015 (Wii U)[3]
October 15, 2009 (Wii);[1] January 30th, 2015 (Wii U)[4]

GenreFirst-person Adventure
Ratings*ESRB: T[1]
  • OFLC: M
  • PEGI: 12+
  • USK: 16
ModesSingle-player, Four-player versus multiplayer
MediaWii Optical Disc
InputWii Remote + Nunchuk
ThemeTitle theme
Walkthrough and Guide at

So i just got metroid prime trilogy on usb loader. When i load it up it gives me 4 DOL options. Metroid prime, metroid prime 2, metroid prime 3, and default. I chose default, it took me to the metroid prime trilogy menu. But when i chose a game and pressed start, it just took me to the wii menu. PrimeHack is a modified version of Dolphin-Emu solely for playing Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii with keyboard and mouse on a PC. The system requirements are similar to those listed below but Android is currently not supported.

Metroid Prime Trilogy is a limited-edition compilation set of the games in the Prime series: Metroid Prime, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. It was released for the Wii in North America, Europe, and Australia. It did not see a Japanese release. In that region, Wii de Asobu! Metroid Prime and Wii de Asobu! Metroid Prime 2: Dark Echoes were released in place of the trilogy. Nintendo of America discontinued the game on January 8, 2010.[5] On January 11, 2010, it was reported that Nintendo Australia discontinued the game's production as well.[6]

Trilogy was released in digital form for download on the Wii U system on January 29th, 2015, in North America and Europe, and January 30th, 2015 in Australia.


In North America, the game was released in a 'collector's edition' steel case, featuring art of Samus in the Varia Suit and Dark Suit. Other regions saw the release of a standard plastic case featuring the same artwork. The case contains a booklet providing a brief overview of the Prime trilogy's plot, as well as several pages of new concept art and beta images from the games' production process.

Metroid Prime Trilogy's main menu is designed to resemble the inner structure of Samus's Arm Cannon. When players decide which of the Prime games they wish to play, the view zooms out rapidly to show Samus's current appearance in the relevant game (e.g. if Samus is wearing the Light Suit in Echoes, she will be clad in the suit in the menu), after which point she fires her beam. Players can also purchase bonuses with the credits they earn while playing the games.

Game Alterations

Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

  • The control scheme used in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption replaces the usual Metroid Prime control scheme.
  • Some texture resolutions are enhanced.
  • Loading times are reduced.
  • Bloom lighting has been added to all areas.
  • 'Normal' and 'Hard' difficulty modes are discarded in favor of the 'Normal,' 'Veteran,' and 'Hypermode' difficulties.
  • The scan visor's visual effects are redesigned to look like the scan visor from Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.
  • The game can optionally be played in 16:9 anamorphic widescreen mode, resulting in a crisper image.
  • Players collect credits during gameplay. These can be redeemed at the main menu for various rewards and extras, such as concept art and music.

Metroid Prime

  • The game script is altered to match the PAL version, most of which includes alterations of logbook entries.
  • The game's visual effects related to the Arm Cannon are simplified or removed, such as a lack of ice on the Arm Cannon when using the Ice Beam.
  • Objects passing through the surface of water no longer create a ripple or splash.
  • The HUD's ammunition counter has been altered to match that used in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, displaying both her current and maximum Missile count, rather than only her current missile ammunition.
  • When something is scanned to Samus's Logbook, the 'Recorded to Logbook' sound effect from Metroid Prime 2: Echoes is used in place of the general sound effect from the original release.
  • The Fusion Suit visuals previously unlocked by linking a copy of Metroid Fusion in the original Gamecube release is now unlocked with the new credits system. The ability to play the original Metroid through this link method is not present at all.

Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

  • The difficulty of several boss battles is reduced, such as that of the Boost Guardian and the Emperor Ing.
  • The HUD is redesigned, with the four blue lights across the top midsection of Samus's visor indicating the Wii Remote's remaining battery life, as in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.
  • The PAL-50Hz mode (576i) was added to the game, making it compatible with older PAL-signal TVs, a feature the original Metroid Prime 2 did not support.[citation needed]

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

  • 'Damn!' is replaced with 'No!' in one dialogue line spoken by Admiral Dane when GFS Olympus is raided by Space Pirates.
  • The Hazard Shield glowing effect (which indicates that Samus is being shielded from a hazardous substance) is removed while she is in pools or puddles of Phazon.
  • In Trilogy version of Corruption, the Piston Hall no longer contains Sky Puffers (seen in the PAL version), and the rotating gate obstruction (seen in the original NTSC version) is replaced by an energy field. This is due to a Secret World in the original game.
  • Many of the Sequence Breaking techniques in the games have been fixed in an attempt to discourage Speed Running. This was done at the suggestion of Kensuke Tanabe.



  • Official Artwork




  1. FAQs
  2. Super Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid Prime Trilogy Coming to Wii U, IGN
  3. Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid Prime Trilogy headed to Wii U eShop, Eurogamer
  4. Wii games coming to Wii U as downloads - Australian pricing includes launch sale, MMGN
  5. Metroid Prime: Trilogy 'no longer being shipped'
  6. Metroid Prime Trilogy discontinued in Australia too

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Prime Series

Metroid Prime (NPC!) · Metroid Prime Pinball · Metroid Prime Hunters (First Hunt)
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes (Bonus Disc · NPC!) · Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (Preview) · Metroid Prime: Trilogy · Metroid Prime: Federation Force · Metroid Prime 4
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System: WiiReview Rating Legend
Dev: Retro Studios1.0 - 1.9 = Avoid4.0 - 4.4 = Great
Pub: Nintendo2.0 - 2.4 = Poor4.5 - 4.9 = Must Buy
Release: Aug. 24, 20092.5 - 2.9 = Average5.0 = The Best
Players: 1-43.0 - 3.4 = Fair
ESRB Rating: Teen3.5 - 3.9 = Good

Sounds in Metroid Prime Trilogy are presented in high fidelity. The classic Metroid tunes, like most iconic Nintendo franchises, have the ability to instill wonderment and a sense of accomplishment with short musical phrases made of a few notes. Furthermore, ambient sound effects from creatures and your weaponry are perfectly attuned to the action on the screen. On the other hand, voice work has always been sparse in the series; reading lines of text from scanned data entries rules the day. Although, Metroid Prime: Corruption often bucks the silent trend. Still, Metroid Prime Trilogy is no Oblivion or Fable II to say the least.

One thing players will notice in Metroid Prime Trilogy is that there is a definite attempt to make it appeal to casual gamers. This is evidenced by the fact that two difficulty settings have been included in all three games: Normal and Veteran. While an Easy setting is conspicuously not present, the Normal mode is practically a misnomer - anyone who wants to experience the trilogy should be able to do so quite easily via this setting. Also, strategically positioned save points further temper the challenge. That being said, core players who want a more combat-intensive game must look to Veteran in order to get the true Metroid experience.

Metroid Prime Trilogy does include a local multiplayer game. The four-player competitive feature from Metroid Prime: Echoes will allow you and three other friends to duke it out to see who the king of the couch is. Unfortunately, the addition of this local multiplayer offering is as lackluster as it was when it released in 2004. While its inclusion is a must in order to remain true to the series' second release, I don't think gamers will log very many hours in it.

This leads me to my biggest (and practically only) complaint: there is not enough original content in this release. I would have loved to have seen an online multiplayer component added to the mix. For instance, if Metroid Prime: Hunters (though not a Retro Studios creation) would also have been included - at least the multiplayer portion or some variant of it - it might have made the Metroid Prime Trilogy's purchase more amenable to long-time fans. In the end, returning gamers are left with three excellent games they've likely already played to death.

Despite this glaring issue, Metroid Prime Trilogy is a great release. Any Wii owner who has not played these games simply must go out and pick it up. If you're a returning fan, you may be disappointed with the lack of bonus / original content. Still, the widescreen presentation and the motion controls do breathe a significant amount of life back into the titles. As such, this is likely a must-buy for any Nintendo fan, regardless. Having access to all three games on one disc is a luxury you probably can't afford to pass up.

By Jonathan Marx
CCC Editor / News Director

The visuals are about as good as it gets on Wii. The enhanced 16:9 widescreen presentation brings Metroid Prime and Echoes alive on a flatscreen.

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Controls are extremely accurate and user-friendly. The new motion controls do a good job of freshening up the original GameCube titles. Also, being able to change how a few crucial buttons are mapped is nice.
Music / Sound FX / Voice Acting
The simple yet iconic Metroid themes and quality ambient effects are pleasant to the ear.

Play Value
Three excellent games on one disc means you'll be playing Metroid for tens of hours. On the downside, bonus content is non-existent, leaving the package feeling a bit underwhelming for veterans of the series.

Overall Rating - Great
Not an average. See Rating legend above for a final score breakdown.

Game Features:

  • Metroid Prime 3: Corruption set a new standard for first-person motion controls in video games. Now it's bringing those controls to the rest of the celebrated series, allowing players to experience the entire Metroid Prime story arc with the peerless precision of the Wii Remote.
  • Metroid Prime Trilogy is a new premium three-game collection for the Wii console that bundles all three landmark Metroid Prime games onto one disc and revamps the first two installments with intuitive Wii Remote controls, wide-screen presentation, and other enhancements.
  • Each game maintains its original storyline and settings, but now Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes let players use their Wii Remote to aim with precision as heroine Samus Aran.
  • 16x9 Widescreen presentation: See the Metroid Prime series in glorious widescreen, now added to Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes for the first time and resulting in a vastly improved visual experience.
  • Special Metroid Prime Trilogy art booklet and Collector's Edition Metal Packaging: The epic series comes encased in a beautiful metal package, sure to excite any Metroid fan looking to enhance their gaming collection.