It has been an extremely busy day for the Metroid franchise. After years of keeping fans waiting, Nintendo finally announced the development of a new Metroid title in Metroid Prime 4, and the title screen alone has sent gamers down a dizzying spiral of analysis and speculation. Just after its E3 2017 presentation, however, Nintendo made the bombshell announcement that it would also be releasing Metroid: Samus Returns for the Nintendo 3DS later this year. The announcement came with a lengthy gameplay demonstration that detailed just what Nintendo and MercurySteam, best known for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, have in store for Metroid: Samus Returns. The new game is being called a “reimagination” of Metroid 2: Return of Samus, but it won’t just be graphics improvements – Nintendo also announced that… Next »
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