Go Nintendo: "Read into this tweet all you want...or don't. Is it a tease of something, or is Retro still learning the ropes on Twitter? I can't imagine that Retro couldn't see a situation where this tweet was seen as a tease!"
Probably nothing, it's their twitter, they can say whatever they want. Not everything is cryptic
Yet at the same time, they maintained radio silence for aaaaages and now suddenly they're Tweeting... My head tells me to stay calm but the burgeoning tumescence in my pants reminds me that I'm not calm at all :)
What game comes closest to a Starwars shooter and is a Nintendo game? Metroid of course. Which studio is known to make the best Metroid games? Retro of course. Please Retro, give us another Metroid Prime xD
Slow news day
TWITTER. ISN'T. NEWS.
It could mean news. Sometimes you think why they would post it? Similar how the lead developer of Xenoblade always retweets Nintendo directs if there is more Xenoblade news.
Obligatory metroid pls
Loved both their Donkey Kong games, especially Tropical Freeze but please ... no more 2D platformers. Wii U has a ton of those already (excellent ones at that). Metroid or new IP please.
how about new Contra for heaven sakes. that would surely bring sales .
Nintendo doesn't make game announcements at DICE, so there's nothing important about Retro's tweet. Given Retro's track record, they don't reveal their games until 5-6 months before release, at least this was the case for the Donkey Kong Country titles on Wii and Wii U (initially for the latter). Metroid Prime 3 was announced in name only at the Tokyo Game Show in 2005, but the actual game shown was just a demo of Prime 2 using the Wii controls. We didn't get to see Prime 3 until E3 2006. The game got delayed for release in 2007 primarily due to Retro's request to spend a lot more time fine tuning the controls.
Still one of the best games ever. After 7 years, nothing comes close to that experience. nothing
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