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Submitted by Buff1044 1376d ago | opinion piece

Metroid's Portable Future: Where Does Nintendo Go From Here? (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Nintendo's Metroid franchise has an awkward history, at least when it comes to portables. After thrilling fans with the 1987 original on the NES, Nintendo brought the series into the handheld realm in the 1991 sequel, Metroid II: Return of Samus. (3DS, Metroid 2: The Return Of Samus, Metroid Prime Pinball DS, Metroid Prime: Hunters, Nintendo DS)

ndl1531  +   1376d ago
nintendo please PLEASE metroid fusion 2 DAMMIT or aleast a decent metroid prime the 3ds has the power . metroid prime hunters was garbage . preferable a new 2d metroid though

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