Looks like Retro is going all in on Metroid now.
Nintendo's recent financial results indicate that both games are still coming this year.
Nintendo tried to have Metroid Prime 4 developed by multiple studios around the globe, and that didn’t work out, apparently.
Maybe Nintendo can look into actually releasing it, so that Switch owning Metroid fans have something to tide them over.
Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi says development had "not reached the standards" of the series.
Reggie Fils-Aime says that while Nintendo likes to announce games that are near release, there is merit in earlier announcements as well,
But Metroid Prime 4 or Metroid Prime Trilogy? That’s what we don’t know yet.
Will it be revealed at The Game Awards ceremony next month?
Nintendo fans giving Kojima fans a run for their money with their desperation.
It would be about silence and isolation, just as Metroid should be.
Nintendo of America president has given assurances that the development of Metroid Prime 4 is coming along nicely.
Which of Nintendo's promised unannounced Switch exclusives can we expect for next year?
Every E3 has its share of pros and cons. Let's take a look at the cons.
Reggie further explains why Nintendo didn't bring games like Metroid Prime 4 to E3 this year.
The next time we see it will be when Nintendo feels comfortable showing it, apparently.
The Switch has some cracking games in store for fans.
If true, this would mark the first multiplayer in the series in nearly 15 years.
The studio houses developers who worked on the cancelled Star Wars 1313.
According to what has been found by one YouTuber, both of these games are probably currently in development at Bandai Namco.
Whether it's zombies or Pokemon, the future is bright for single-player gamers.