This year Nintendo has many symbolic birthdays to celebrate. 40 years of Donkey Kong, 35 years of Zelda and … Metroid. Some ideas
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Invited by Giant bomb, Jeff Grubb had a new confidence to make. This time, VentureBeat reporter claimed Metroid Prime Trilogy on Nintendo Switch is over and Nintendo will wait for the right time to announce it.
The game is over and Nintendo is holding it back. I think the Metroid Prime trilogy is over and whether or not Nintendo is releasing it now or later depends on other factors. I think this game will stay in the pits until Nintendo decides it’s the right time, and Nintendo has been doing it a lot recently, so it’s not unusual, it’s not a sign that a bad thing is happening, it’s not a sign of lack of confidence in Metroid … Nintendo can afford to wait, and that’s how they do it.
According to him, the COVID-19 pandemic has posed many problems in terms of quality testing, forcing a focus on other larger projects. He adds, with a certain common sense, that this year seeing the arrival of Metroid Dread, the Kyoto firm may have it under its elbow for a more appropriate moment before the release of Metroid Prime 4, still in development, still mute.
We remember that this Wii compilation of the three parts of Samus Aran’s first-person adventures had been talked about in 2018, 2019 and 2020. A Swedish dealer had listed it twice on Switch, the BestBuy channel once. And Liam Robertson, also a well-informed insider, had already claimed that everything was ready at the time. a moment, it’s gonna have to happen. The question does not seem to be if, but when? With in addition: how will it be for the handling?