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  • Nintendo’s announcement of Metroid Prime 4 — with merely a title screen during its E3 2017 Spotlight presentation — was to start with exhilarating for fans on Maplestory M mesos SEA the first-person version on the franchise. That was until they saw how little information about the sport was available.
    With no studio attached — only confirmation the original trilogy’s creator Retro Studios wasn’t about the project — fans were worried. Couple that while using lack of release window, art, gameplay or anything else in regards to the project. “Now in development for Nintendo Switch” was really the only additional messaging, as well as later confirming that series producer Kensuke Tanabe was back aboard.
    Metroid Prime 4’s early announcement seems being directly associated with Nintendo’s announcement of Metroid: Samus Returns, a 3DS remake of Metroid 2. Polygon spoke to Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime about this announcement at E3.
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