Special Edition For Metroid: Samus Returns Announced

Special Edition For Metroid: Samus Returns Announced

It has been 10 years since the release of Metroid Prime 3.

Metroid Prime 4 and core Pokemon, Kirby, and Yoshi games are all in development for the Switch, Nintendo announced this morning.

We're getting two amiibo for Samus' big return in a remake of Metroid 2 for 3DS.

This was completely at odds with the 2D side scrolling action from the SNES and NES Metroid games. They will be Chrom and Tiki figures, which will both be compatible with the game upon its release. Samus now has Aeion abilities, for example, which give her new sets of powers that give players a serious advantage. Now we know specifically why. The Nintendo Switch eShop doesn't have a listing for the game yet.

Unlike "Metroid Prime 4", Nintendo actually spilled some details about the upcoming 3DS gaming, beginning with Samus, who will have new abilities.

Nintendo has revealed that Metroid Prime 4 is now in development for the Nintendo Switch.

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Welcome back, Samus, you've been gone too long.

Although release is more than a year away, that's the news we all wanted to hear. For the first time in years, it feels like Nintendo is listening to their fans.

A lot of familiar old features make a return in this game.

Aside from a few glimpses of gameplay and some story exposition, we're also glad to see a Holiday 2017 release date. Fans have been demanding Metroid Prime 4 for the better part of a decade, so I'm glad Nintendo finally listened. So in the same way that there are new ways to attack and more advancements in the way players can utilize Samus' arsenal, enemies will also be a lot more hard.

A special edition of the game, which includes a physical copy of the game, a sound-selection CD featuring 25 tracks from across the Metroid franchise and a reversible title-sheet insert for the game case.

Amiibo have become a feverish collectable to some Nintendo fans, so hopefully their eyes will light up when they hear the exhausting number of new Amiibo announced at E3 this year.