Metroid Prime to Corrupt Wii

Samus poised for "quantum leap in first-person control" in Corruption. Here's a screen for you

Metroid Prime 3 has been given its full official title of Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, with its first official screenshot from the E3 floor.

There are also a few new details too. You'll be charged with destroying corrupted Phazon seeds, which involves a considerable amount of space exploration and an eventual showdown with Dark Samus.

Nintendo is also promising a "quantum leap in first-person control". Moving Samus is activated by the Nunchuk controller, while aiming is achieved via the pointer. It's being labelled by the publisher as "the ultimate device for the first-person shooter genre", with the promise of controls outside of the usual genre boundaries.

There's still no release date, mind. You'll just have to make do with this single screenshot for now.