Today is the tenth anniversary of Metroid Prime. Yes, 10 years ago, Samus shook things up by returning after eight years away in a first-person shooter. After concluding the Prime Trilogy with Corruption and attempting a a return to its roots with Metroid Other M, will Samus shake things up again for the next Metrpid game which everyone is hoping will be on Wii U. Here are five ways in which Metroid Wii U could live up to, or even beat, Prime
1. Go back to Prime-style first-person shooting
Metroid: Other M switched the action from third-person to static first-person person shooter. It was okay, but I missed the pure first person shooting experience of the Prime games. What's more, despite some of the best Metroid console games being 2D, I'd say that the 3DS would be more suited to Samus returning to her roots. I'd simply love to see a great 3D FPS in full HD on the Wii U and who better to front it than Samus Aran.