When Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aimé was discovered in September with a Metroid t-shirt together with Geoff Keighley, rumors began to circulate that a special announcement would be made on The Game Awards. We are now days out from the annual event in Los Angeles, so what can we expect?
According to the Swedish retailer Inet, Metroid Prime Trilogy was published on the Nintendo switch in February 201
Metroid Prime Trilogy by Retro Studios and Nintendo was originally released in 2009 and contains the first two entries from the GameCube generation and the final from the Wii generation.
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