Nintendo made a difficult decision in early 2019 to restart the development of the game. Metroid Prime 4 With the help of Retro Studios. Since then (and even earlier), there has been very little activity on the Metroid Front.
Fortunately, there is an enthusiastic Metroid fan base, and a talented development team “Team SCU” has been working hard to develop the popular 2D version of GameCube. Metroid Prime. Although initially thought to be a joke, it is actually true.
Called Prime 2D -Another part of the name was deleted for obvious reasons, and the first demo just went live.
“Hey everyone! It̵7;s finally time to make the Prime 2D demo public for the first time. When we first published it, this article was an April Fool’s Day page with fake screenshots that obscured that this was actually Our real demonstration, but we can clear the jokes after the end of April 1.”
SCU further pointed out that the project was “made by fans, just for fun”, and pointed out that “all aspects of this demo may change” and does not necessarily reflect the final version.
The demonstration itself provides players with the opportunity to explore the world of Talon, including the artifact temple and the ruins of Jozo, and includes a series of abilities and props, such as transforming balls. There is also a 360-degree aiming function, which can scan the environment, and it is obviously more after the credits are obtained.
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