Metroid Prime 4

Metroid Prime 4, Retro Studios launches new job offers for the game

Metroid Prime 4 is certainly a title that many fans look forward to, but with the passage of time we have now lost count of two factors: the months that are necessary for development, ...

Metroid Prime 4, the Battlefield art director working on the game

Retro Studios published the job announcement about 7 months ago to hire an Art Director. This professional figure should have taken care of the management of Metroid Prime 4. To date it seems that finally ...

Stephen Dupree, lead designer of Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze, returns to Retro Studios

Stephen Dupree, who previously worked as lead designer for Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze, has returned to Retro Studios.

Retro Studios personal research for the development of Metroid Prime 4

Retro Studios, through its Twitter profile, has announced that it is looking for new staff to develop Metroid Prime 4. https://twitter.com/RetroStudios/status/1121786253672943616 At the moment, the profiles sought are the following: Art Director, Art Outsourcing Manager, ...

Metroid Prime 4: the development starts from scratch

The development of Metroid Prime 4 is going to start all over again, this time with the help of Retro Studios. The announcement was made by Nintendo through the video found at the bottom of the news.

Two new METROIDs announced by Nintendo

The Nintendo presentation broadcast for this E3 2017 has made the joy of many players spread all over the world. In particular, those who consider themselves fans of the adventures of the blonde bounty hunter ...

Playstation 5, the June 4 event has been canceled

With a sudden tweet published on the official profile, Sony announced that the June 4 event dedicated to Playstation 5 has been canceled. "We decided...

Xenoblade Chronicles sells twice as many copies on Nintendo Switch than ...

In the past few hours, the first data regarding sales at the launch of Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch have emerged, and it seems ...

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