Nintendo has been criticised in the past for not giving the Metroid series enough spotlight contrasted with certain different franchises, however it appears things will be changed this time around.
In front of the release of Metroid Dread one month from now, Nintendo is rolling out the red carpet for its intergalactic bounty hunter. Notwithstanding the entirety of the trailers, reports and social media posts it’s released up until this point, the organization has additionally gone to the degree of hurling enormous Switch advertisements at train stations in Tokyo.
While it probably won’t seem like a lot, remember this is Metroid we’re discussing here. Seeing Samus rather than Super Mario, Link or Animal Crossing is a big deal, and it’s incredible to see Nintendo giving the conclusion to the original Metroid saga the consideration it merits.
It appears to be the new entry for Switch is as of now on track to become to be potentially the top rated Metroid game to date – with the title beating Amazon and other pre-order charts only days after it was reported. Furthermore, with Metroid Prime 4 still coming, Samus’ resurgence is probably going to just improve.
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