During today’s Nintendo Direct, a remaster of Metroid Prime was unveiled. Fortunately, players will not need to wait long to get their hands on this. Metroid Prime Remastered is getting shadow-dropped on the eShop today! This remaster includes HD visuals, better sound, and improved controls.
Players will be able to control Samus with a modern, twin-stick configuration. This means that players will now be able to simultaneously move and operate the camera. Metroid Prime Remastered also marks the first time the game can officially be played on a handheld. If you have not yet experienced the first Metroid Prime title, it seems like now is a great time to do so.
If you are looking to pick up the game physically, you will have to wait until February 22. Fortunately, that still isn’t very far away. For those of you who are still waiting for a Metroid Prime 4 announcement, this may hold you over for a time being. Perhaps this remaster indicates that we will get a big announcement in the near future. Who knows?
More Info on Metroid Prime Remastered
Here is a description of the game via the Nintendo eShop:
Intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran receives a distress signal from a wrecked frigate in orbit around planet Tallon IV. Upon investigation, the frigate reveals itself to be a Space Pirate research vessel home to terrifying genetic experiments using the mysterious Phazon substance. There, Samus encounters her nemesis, Meta Ridley, whom she pursues to the surface of Tallon IV. It’s up to her alone to explore the planet’s interconnected regions, investigate its dark secrets, and end the intergalactic threat posed by Phazon.
Experience this critically acclaimed first-person adventure like never before with remastered visuals, audio, controls, and more.
Be sure to check out more of Final Weapon’s coverage of today’s Nintendo Direct. There were several announcements worth checking out if you missed out on the presentation. Stay tuned for more updates on the Metroid Prime series!