Nintendo announced on Friday that it has resumed the development of its Metroid Prime 4 Nintendo Switch game in Retro Studios The American subsidiary Nintendo developed the original game Metroid Prime . Nintendo's Chief Executive Officer Shinya Takahashi appeared in a video for the announcement.
Takahashi said the decision was made because "the current development of the game is very controversial." He said game producer Kansuke Tanabe collaborated with Retro Studios in the game. The studio will "resume its development from the start," and Takahashi added that completing the game will be delayed from our original home plan. "
Nintendo announced the game for Nintendo Switch on E3 in 2017.
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes Game Metroid Prime The game of Metroid Prime Launched for GameCube in 2002 Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Game debuted for Nintendo Wii in 2007. The first two main games of the series also received ports for Nintendo Wii.
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