A Bonus Credit is an item introduced to buy extras on Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. They are obtained through a variety of methods, such as scanning objects or defeating enemies in a certain manner. There are four types of Bonus Credits in that game:
Friend Credits were obtained by receiving a Friend Voucher from players on one's Friend Roster. However, ever since June 28, 2013, the servers have been shut down, preventing vouchers from being exchanged. New players seeking to earn extras with Friend Credits must begin the game by downloading an existing save file with pre-dowloaded credits.
Red, Blue and Gold (referred to as Yellow) Credits can be unlocked in the Special Mission flash game.
New Play Control and Metroid Prime TrilogyEdit
- Orange Credits for passing important objectives (mainly defeating bosses) in Metroid Prime.
- Purple Credits, which have basically the same criteria as Orange Credits, except only while in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.
- Silver Credits are achieved by obtaining Chozo Artifacts in Metroid Prime, the Temple Keys in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, all scans in each game, and all items in each game. One is also awarded for successfully escaping the Frigate Orpheon in Prime.
There are a total of 48 playable songs, which are unlocked after hearing them in-game. There are 16 from Metroid Prime, 17 from Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, and 15 from Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. The songs from Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes cost one Silver Credit each. The songs from Corruption cost 3 Red (4 in the Trilogy) , 2 Blue, and 1 Gold Credit. Please see Soundtrack Gallery for a complete listing.
The Prime and Echoes art packages are 2 Orange or Purple Credits each. As with the Soundtrack Gallery, all prices for artwork in Corruption are unaltered. For a complete listing, see Concept Gallery.
Finally, there is the Bonus Gallery. This gallery features multiple miscellaneous features, such as the Screen-Shot Tool from which to take images ingame, the Fusion Suit from Metroid Fusion being an unlockable, usable cosmetic recolor in Prime only, several Dioramas, the Ship Bumper Stickers and the Mii Bobblehead that appear in the cockpit for Samus' gunship in Corruption only. Unlike the GameCube version of Prime, Metroid is no longer an unlockable bonus due to its inclusion on the Virtual Console service for the Wii.
|Metroid Prime 3: Corruption||Red Credit • Blue Credit • Gold Credit • Friend Credit • Friend Voucher|
|Metroid Prime/Metroid Prime 2: Echoes||Orange and Purple Credits • Silver Credit|