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.
For the umpteenth time in the last three years, it's been claimed that a Switch remaster of the Metroid Prime trilogy is ready to go- but is being held back from launch for various reasons.
Donkey Kong Country artist Steve Mayles took to Twitter to share some new artwork online as a way to celebrate the franchise's 40th anniversary.
Nintendo has been quiet way too long now...
Former Metroid Prime designer Michael Wikan states getting Metroid Prime 3 in particular working with traditional cotnrols would be a "herculean" effort.
Development on the Switch exclusive continues to moving along.
The Austin-based developer is looking to move into a new 40,000 square feet office.
The upcoming sequel could possible be much more focused on story than its predecessors.
Jon Marcella joins Retro Studios as Environment Designer.
Industry vet Dylan Jobe joins Austin-based Retro Studios.
Retro Studios are continuing to staff up for the upcoming Switch exclusive.
New recruit Adad Morales previously also worked on Visceral's cancelled Star Wars project.
Retro Studios are continuing to bring on more talent.
Retro might be looking to speed up development.
A bounty hunter and a Spartan enter a bar.
Development on the game, it seems, has begun in earnest.
Looks like Retro is going all in on Metroid now.
Nintendo's recent financial results indicate that both games are still coming this year.
Someone at Best Buy really hates Nintendo.