That’s according to series producer Kensuke Tanabe.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force hasn’t been getting the best reception among all the 3DS reveals from E3 2015. In fact, petitions have made rejecting the game outright with thousands of signatures gained. But series producer Kensuke Tanabe feels that players should get their hands on it first.
In conversation with Canadian Gaming Magazine, Tanabe said, “What I see happening is once the players actually have hands-on experience with the game, they’ll be able to understand and experience for themselves how the game actually feels and that the Metroid Prime universe atmosphere is there.
“They’ll definitely understand the different perspective that we’re taking here and it’ll certainly make a difference once you get some experience with the game.”
Metroid Prime: Federation Force is releasing in 2016 for the 3DS. Do you agree with Tanabe’s views? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and stay tuned for more information on the co-op shooter.