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Metroid is Back from the Depths of Space

Jacob S. from Link-Cable writes: "For a time, it seemed that there was very little hope that a new Metroid game was going to be released, especially after the backlash from the debacle that was Metroid Prime: Federation Force. But Nintendo proved many fans wrong with announcing two new titles: Metroid: Samus Returns on the 3DS and the upcoming Metroid Prime 4 for Nintendo Switch. Fans of the series were obviously ecstatic with these announcements, as well they should be. Both games will appeal to the 2D and 3D fans of the series and so far things seem to be going well with Metroid: Samus Returns getting rave reviews, but what will be truly be a big test for Nintendo and the series is if they can open up Metroid to new players and push the series beyond its established fan-base."

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NiteX46d ago

Now if we could only get the Prime Trilogy on the Switch.

DivineAssault 46d ago

I hope metroid doesnt stay in 3D permanently though.. Merging handheld and console gaming leaves their mastery of 2D platforming in question.. Prime will be great none the less