Nintendo's E3 Spotlight might have been all about new titles for Switch, but those tuning in to Nintendo's Treehouse stream will have seen a handful of new 3DS titles as well.
Metroid II has always been the series' black sheep (at least, until Other M came along), and a game that fans wanted to see live up to its potential. Metroid II: The Return of Samus tasked players with exploring the titular Metroid's home planet, code-named SR88, with the sole task of eradicating every last Metroid spawn that resided on the odd planet.
Metroid: Samus Returns will launch on September 15th on 3DS.
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Nintendo has revealed that Metroid Prime 4 is now in development for the Nintendo Switch. It's not unusual for Nintendo to announce a game so early in development (much like it did with Breath of the Wild) but it does make us curious for what to expect.
Are you excited about Metroid: Samus Returns?
Metroid Prime 4 is coming to Nintendo Switch. While Nintendo is mainly known for more colorful and cheerful titles, the Metroid Prime games have always been far maturer. All three games - particularly the first two entries, Prime and Echoes - are highly regarded and fans have longed for years to play a new game. What a big day for Metroid fans. If that is the case, then it's particularly interesting that Nintendo is remaking this particular title when you consider that they shut down a high-profile fan remake of Metroid II and left many fans feeling particularly sore. Like its predecessor, Metroid: Samus Returns is a side scroller, but it isn't limited to a 2D plane.