Well, that’s reassuring.
Nintendo dropped a bombshell at the start of this year when it revealed the development of Metroid Prime 4 had been entirely restarted. At the time, the company’s senior managing executive officer, Shinya Takahashi, explained how development had not reached a required standard for a Metroid Prime sequel and as a result, series producer Kensuke Tanabe was calling on Retro Studios for assistance with the new entry.
Despite the delay, there was a collective sigh of relief when it was revealed the Texas-based studio would once again be involved with the series. Still, it’s been quite a while since Retro worked on a Metroid game. In fact, its last release was the third entry in 2007. Are the same people who even worked on the original trilogy series still about?
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