The other developer is out
Metroid Prime 4, announced almost two years ago in E3, has received a tremendous shake.
In the next video, Shinya Takahashi, Senior Executive Director, clearly explains what's going on behind the scenes and why Nintendo is Mom for that long. Referring to quality considerations, Takahashi says Nintendo was supposed to take a "difficult decision" to "review the structure itself and change it."
What does this mean? Well, the developer of the mystery (which we will probably soon learn through leaks, though the reports point to Bandai Namco) is also Retro Studios, the original production company that deals with basic This is good news for fans of Retro, although it comes with catches: Takahashi says development will be restarted from the start. Olele! It seems that Bill Trinen's statement of 2018 and then of several E3s really puts the emphasis on "Beyond". However, we can wait. No one wants to see Metroid dead and buried, because something came out of the door.
Mostly, Metroid Prime series, which debuted in 2002, is one of Nintendo's most beloved games of all time and is certainly one of the most famous in the GameCube. He met two sequences, Echoes and corruption respectively in 2004 and 2007, followed by (now seldom) trilogy package in 2009
Although we have 2D-oriented Metroid: Samus returns as early as 2017, which kept the series on the surface and is likely to create an extension, fans want truth basic more than a decade. They will have to wait even longer, but with the odds of Retro, they will eventually see the light of the day. Retro is quite quiet from the start Donkey Kong Country: Tropical freezing in 2014, so it's great to get back to the studio in Austin Texas. Almost everything they touch seems to turn into gold.
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