Nintendo Planning Two New Metroid Games, Shinya Takashi Confirms

Nintendo Planning Two New Metroid Games, Shinya Takashi Confirms

Despite some really exciting E3 2014 Nintendo announcements, some fans of the company have been disappointed by the fact that there has been no mention of new Metroid titles.

The series, which is still today one of the most appreciated franchises developed by Nintendo, seems to have disappeared from Nintendo plans, without any new release since the last Metroid Prime title.

Things, however, aren’t as bad as they seem, judging from what Shinya Takashi has revealed to Kotaku during the E3. According to Takahashi san, Nintendo is currently thinking about what they can do next with the series and is planning to develop two new Metroid games, one with the “Metroid Prime” style and the other with the more traditional Metroid style.

“So it has been a while since we released the last one and we’re having discussions internally about what we can do next. So at this point we have two different types of Metroid games. We have the Prime style of Metroid game and we have the more traditional style of Metroid game. We feel that we do need to take care of both of these styles of play. And the hope is that at some point in the near future we’ll be able to share something about them.”

No more has been said about the matter but this little is already enough to get fans really excited. As much as I loved the Metroid Primes games, I am quite excited in learning that a new game with the classic style is currenlty being planned.

We’ll ket you know more about the matter as soon as more news on it come in so stay tuned for all the latest updates.

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