Nintendo is finally showing Samus love again, primarily in the form of the upcoming Metroid Prime 4 and the right-on-the-horizon launch of Metroid: Samus Returns. The latter is out on September 15, and Samus fans in North America will be able to get their hands on a special themed Nintendo 3DS XL on the same day. Read on for hott pix.
We already posted about the reveal of Metroid: Samus Returns, which remakes 1991 Game Boy sequel Metroid II: Return of Samus. Nintendo followed that up with a bunch of Treehouse footage, and an interesting developer diary went up shortly after. See what Yoshio Sakamoto had to say after the jump.
It seems like it's been an eternity since Samus Aran got her due at E3, but that moment finally arrived during Nintendo's E3 video today. While Nintendo only showed off a logo at the end of a brief teaser, the reveal of Metroid Prime 4 for Nintendo Switch was enough to woo fans. Read on for more on that and Metroid: Samus Returns!
Figure maker/distributor Good Smile Company is out in force at this weekend's New York Comic Con. Beyond bringing in many of their event exclusives, they are showcasing the Naruto and Resident Evil Chris Nendoroid figures that went on sale for pre-order today and a number of new prototypes.
GameChops, a music label that specializes in video game-themed remixes, has released a dubstep song by electronic artist Varien that pays tribute to the 30th anniversary of Nintendo's Metroid series of video games. Hit the jump to check it out.
Look, this isn't a judgment, it's just a fact: Metroid Prime: Federation Force's story trailer is 30 seconds long. There's no set running time a story trailer should aim for, it's just that most are longer than 30 seconds. That's why it's notable that, contrary to the meaty story trailers we usually get for games, Metroid Prime: Federation Force's runs a brisk 30 seconds. Click through to check it out.