Those wanting a “proper” Metroid game instead of 3DS offerings will likely have to wait until Nintendo NX is released.
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Metroid Prime developer Retro Studios could work on a Miyamoto-led project that’s coming, “directly in the future,” according to Nintendo producer Kensuke Tanabe.
Nintendo has said at GDC a sequel to Donkey Kong Country Returns is currently not on the cards.
Metroid series producer Kensuke Tanabe has told Kotaku that Retro Studios are considering adding multiplayer to future titles in the Prime series. Hear that kids? He said series.“As all I take part in is the Prime series, I am not capable of commenting on the whole Metroid series,” said Tanabe. “But we will keep considering […]
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