De­vel­oper TBA Pub­lisher Nin­tendo For­mat Switch Re­lease TBA


This is not what we ex­pect from Nin­tendo. Un­like so many of its peers, the Ky­oto com­pany tends to keep its pow­der dry un­til a game is ready to be shown off prop­erly – yet all it did here was show a big num­ber four, with a line of text con­firm­ing that the Metroid Prime se­ries is no longer a tril­ogy. De­tails are, there­fore, a bit on the scant side. Nin­tendo was forced to pub­licly re­tract a claim from its US comms di­rec­tor that the game would be out in 2018; all we re­ally know is that Ken­suke Tan­abe is at the helm, but that Retro Stu­dios is not in­volved, with what NOA’s Bill Tri­nen says is a “tal­ented new de­vel­op­ment team” mak­ing the game in­stead. For most, mere con­fir­ma­tion of

Prime 4’ s ex­is­tence is more than enough for now.

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