Yoshio Sakamoto is an executive producer at Nintendo EPD. He is a key member of the Metroid development team and was recently involved with the remake of Metroid 2.
Maybe this was to put the rumor to rest that the new metroid was a port. But when ever there are : "no plans" it does not mean the plans can't instantly change.
The absolute two best Metroid games right there. Though the Prime saga was particularly spectacular as well.
Prime 1 was my absolute favorite
Can we at least get a new Metroid game that takes place after Fusion?
gaming industry's becoming too disappointing as of late
I thought you guys were sick of remakes
I feel your sentiment. But remember most people that are complaining of SWITCH ports are SWITCH haters.
Good. Both of these timeless classics hold up remarkably well. Don’t waste resources on remakes when we’re still waiting for Metroid 5.
That is what I was thinking, sort of. I don't think remakes are a waste of resources, but these two games still hold up fine, and they can be played on multiple systems, PCs included. Remakes can only change the gameplay, and probably not for the better.
And this is why you fail
No need to remake them
Those two games don't need a remake so I hope they just push the series forward with original titles from here on out. All they need to do with Fusion and Super is make sure they're available to download on their online services
good super is timeless. fusion is good too. the remake of 2 was Meh. zero mission was awsome but Super doesnt need remade
The only reason I'm holding out on buying a switch is because I'm waiting to see what the new Metroid game looks like... Also, it would be nice if they released all the 2d games as a compilation for an appetizer.
I just want a remaster of Prime Trilogy
Render to higher res and 16:9 aspect, rework 2D assets accordingly, retrofit modern 2-stick controls. That alone would make me very happy.
Absolutely. I'll take just that.
No need, they're perfect as is
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