E3 saw Metroid fans all over the world losing their minds with a small teaser image for a new Metroid Prime. Just a logo appearing over the familiar scuttle and electronic whir which pricked up the ears and hearts of all who knew what it meant. It wasn’t until later that day we also learned that a new 2D Metroid was on the horizon and I think feelings were at best mixed. Why are they remaking Metroid 2, one of the least popular titles? Why is it on 3DS and arguably dying console? Should we really allow ourselves to get excited over this?
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