Metroid Prime Remastered is a first person action-adventure game developed by Retro Studios and published by Nintendo.
It is a remastered release of 2002’s Gamecube title Metroid Prime.
The remastered title's physical version in the UK misses out on the weekly charts' top spot by just 1,000 units, with Hogwarts Legacy still hanging on to the No. 1 position.
Nintendo and Retro Studios's surprise remaster has been met with universal praise since its launch last month.
Allegedly, unlike the recently-released Metroid Prime Remastered, its two sequels will not be fully remastered releases.
The recently-released Metroid Prime Remastered has seemingly omitted the names of the original developers behind the 2008 cult classic. Here are some of their opinions.
The first game to take us behind Samus' visor has never been better before.
The remaster is now available on Nintendo Switch, and features overhauled effects and lighting with more detailed environments.
Nintendo has sneakily announced, and is slated to release later today, a remaster of the classic Metroid Prime.
A leaker with a decent track record has seemingly hinted at an imminent announcement related to Metroid Prime.
The rumored remaster "should be coming out this holiday, so we should get that as well," said Giant Bomb's Jeff Grubb in a recent stream.
Metroid Prime 2 and 3 are also reportedly coming later, though it's Metroid Prime which is getting the "big remaster treatment" as per Jeff Grubb.
Rumours about a Metroid Prime 1 remaster have refused to die down, and apparently, it's going to launch later this year.
Well, here we go again- rumours continue to claim that a Metroid Prime remaster is on its way, and has already wrapped up development.
Known insider NateDrake claims the rumoured Metroid Prime 1 remaster has been in the works for several years at this point.
A new rumour claims that Nintendo is working on a remaster of Metroid Prime 1, not the entire trilogy, and that it's scheduled for 2022.