Nintendo E3: Metroid Prime 4 Announced Out of Nowhere

Nintendo E3: Metroid Prime 4 Announced Out of Nowhere

Nintendo E3: Metroid Prime 4 Announced Out of Nowhere

Furthermore, the 3DS title will be available in a Special Edition ($50) that contains the game and a "Samus Archives Sound Selection" OST.

The core Pokemon game was announced during the Nintendo Switch E3 2017 Direct conference.

The third game, Metroid Prime: Corruption, also introduced motion controls - a feature which could return thanks to the Switch's Joy-Con motion control technology. How about a full-flown traditional Metroid game for the Nintendo 3DS, coming to the handheld later this year?

The news was unveiled by The Pokemon Company's Tsunekazu Ishihara, but little else was shown. Chances are Metroid Prime 4 should have a similar direction with some modern twists to the formula akin to how Nintendo released The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

We'll have more coverage of Nintendo's announcements, and hands-on impressions of the games they're showing at this year's E3, as the show continues this week.

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The game will arrive on September 15th, alongside two new Amiibo figures featuring Samus Aran and a Metroid.

So far nothing is known about the game. Nintendo revealed more details on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC, Xenoblade 2, and Fire Emblem Warriors as well.

Central to the new game is Mario's sentient hat, which can be chucked at pretty much anything. Still, it's certainly more news than most fans of the series were probably expecting today.

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