The last time I checked, more than one person could play through the story mode in Halo simultaneously. And this is from personal experience. Also, you guys are talking as if Metroid Prime 3 is the end of Metroid, period. It's not. It's merely the end of the Metroid Prime series. It's kind of like the Lord of the Rings, which was really one book that was split into three volumes. Sure, there are those three books, but they are about the War of the Ring. There are still plenty of stories about Middle Earth. That's kind of like the Metroid Prime series. Where LOTR focused on the War of the Ring, the Metroid Prime series orbits around the phazon. That story is coming to an end is all, but there will be plenty more of Samus in the future.Originally Posted by NateTheGreat
But, to be on topic. I pick Metroid Prime 3 over Halo 3. Why do you ask? It's not because I hate Halo or anything (I've played and enjoyed it on occasion), but because I prefer the Metroid Prime gaming experience over Halo's. Plus, I'll only own a Wii out of the three consoles. Also I loved Metroid Prime 2's multiplayer, so I expect more out of the third installment. Who needs online? A game shouldn't be judged because of whether it has online multiplayer or not. In fact, I'm more comfortable playing with people I know in my own living room than across the nation. I'm not saying Metroid Prime 3 won't have online activities, but that I'm really looking forward to its multiplayer.