This fall Metroid Prime turns….I hate typing this….20 years old. As one of the best games the Gamecube ever had and a revolutionary title overall, it deserves a party…but Nintendo isn’t springing for a cake or balloon animals. There’s no official acknowledgement of the anniversary and Metroid Prime 4 is lost in space. As it typically the case, it’s up to the fans.
Metroid Prime 4 confirmed, what more do you need to know? Ok, we’ll tell you more. Well, after YEARS of begging, and pleading, and praying, Nintendo has confirmed that Metroid is returning, and that it’s coming to Nintendo Switch. What’s more, it is indeed continuing the Metroid Prime saga.