Metroid: Samus Returns is a loose remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus, released in 1991 for the Game Boy. It adds a slew of graphical upgrades and new mechanics to convincingly stand on its own two feet.
We’ve had a massive change of format, gone is the weekly news and in it’s place, deep dives on specific topics…. That are sort of relevant to the news (hopefully). First of all is the Super Nintendo Legacy.
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider releases this week as well as Metroid 2 remake Metroid: Samus Returns. Not only that we have a shedload of new titles including a handful of annual sports games.
Four Metroid amiibo will be required to unlock all of the content on upcoming 3DS release Metroid: Samus Returns.
Our boi over at Nintendo, Reggie, has shared that the company are totally up for seeing more Wii U games coming to Switch (C’mon Bayonetta).
On their usual Nintendo Treehouse E3 stream, they will be continuing to show new reveals as well as in-depth gameplay videos over the course of E3 week.
It has been one hell of a weekend. We missed most of the news.