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Metroid Prime 3 Delayed for Nintendo Wii
Bounty hunter Samus’ latest outing pushed back.
By Andrew Joy 07/02/2007 07:33:05 PST

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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Though this little tidbit was technically included in our last story, regarding The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass’ release date, it was only a mere footnote, and certainly deserves an entry all its own. Tucked away within that press release, Nintendo of America sneakily revealed that Metroid Prime 3: Corruption for the Nintendo Wii has been delayed.

Back in May, Nintendo sent out a schedule of their upcoming Nintendo Wii and DS release dates, and one of the big headlines of that story was Corruption being dated for August 20th, 2007. However, in its latest press release, the date has been pushed back to August 27th. It isn’t a major delay, to be sure, but for those of you planning your entire summers around this first-party first-person shooter, it is certainly need-to-know information.

As it was done so quietly, and because seven days can hardly be considered substantial, no reason was given for the delay of Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. However, we will be keeping an eye on this story, especially to see if it effects the release date of other games, such as so far only tentatively dated (September and nothing more) Battalion Wars II. If we learn anything more, though, you can be sure you’ll see it right here, so check back at VGGEN often!

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