Unfortunately, I've only finished the first Metroid Prime -- an effing amazing game, honestly -- and don't have a Wii and therefore can't play Prime 3.
What exclusives are acutally worth owning besides Xenoblade and SMG?
I don't much about Kirby but Brawl wasn't as good a Melee. Mostly because of gameplay issues. Metroid never struck as a "must play" series but I guess it counts.
Deep Breath and.......
Fatal Frame 2
Shattered Memories(and don't give me that its on PS2 and Vita bull it looked so bad)
Both Endless Oceans
Final Fantasy: The Crystal Bearers
Resi4(the pointer shooting is make it the definitive version)
Darkside and Umbrella Chronicles
No More Heroes 2
Sin and Punishment 2
The Last Story
Another Code R
Trauma Center New Blood
Tatsunoko VS Capcom
Rune Factory Frontier
Red Steel 2
Disaster: Day of Crisis
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Lost in Shadow
Marble Saga Kororinpa
Wario Land: Shake It
Kirby's Return to Dreamland
Inazuma Eleven Strikers
Donkey Kong Country Returns
A Boy and His Blob
Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands(Exclusive as in a different game)
Zak and Wiki
Tastes may Vary, but you can't deny the Wii didn't get any exclusives. Was tempted to post Go Vacation, but that might have been taking things too far.:P
My good luck actually sprang up from bad luck. I bought a game on sale, then exchanged that same purchase twice.* It mixed up the price calculations enough where I ended up with more store credit than I originally payed. (I payed $3.59 and received $7.10. Metroid Prime was $4.49)
*the first time because I bought the wrong game, the second because the game wasn't in the case
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Watch me tumble stuff:
Ah I made the most perfect bean soup today ever. Can't stop eating it. So good.
DKCR, Fatal Frame and Prime 3 are good arguments, plus virtual console stuff. I got a PS3 a few years ago, mostly for the Ratchet and Clank series (took a comparative nose dive vs. PS2 R&Cs) and BioShock Infinite (then I canceled my preorder, and it turned out my PC would be good enough to run it... and given my objections to their preorder program on Steam, 2K can go get stuffed). Plus it has a few other titles I've picked up, and has its own system of playing old games without having to resort to eBay or crime, and at pretty affordable prices.
Overall, PC's still the best.
Edit: I'm buying a PS3 cause its the only system I'm gonna be able to play Drakengard 3 on. **** or not, there's no way in hell I'm not gonna support it.
Prime 3 was a horrible game (in my opinion). The weapons were un-switchable, and hyper mode made the bosses a bit easier. In my eyes, Prime 2 > Prime 1 > Prime 3.
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Hyper Mode is a more valid complaint, although I typically didn't rely on it too much (usually only for harder bosses or situations where Hyper Mode is mandatory).
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The Making of a Prophet (whole lotta swearing here). Also not something I've played either, thankfully.
Probably the worst game I've played was one of the old Crave Entertainment "ports" for the old Game Boy/GB Color. Maybe not bad-bad games, but they are horribly dreadful, basically faceless platformers with miniscule content and leeching off of extant and then-popular franchises. That, and I'd consider Final Fantasy XIII pretty horrid of a game.
That's because nutella isn't good. Seriously, what is that stuff.
But yeah, just about every other Metroid game I've played (which basically amounts to 1, 2 and Fusion) has stacking beam power ups.
I've tasted it before, it's okay, but I don't like peanuts or peanut butter, so meh.