After many years of waiting, on February 8th, the well-known company Nintendo presented Metroid Prime Remastered to the gaming community.
One of the former developers of the game believes that one rather significant aspect has yet to turn out well in it. Zoid Kirsch criticized those who worked on creating doors in the novelty. Kirsch believes that the alpha levels on the door panels were wrong. You can see these shields on all doors in Metroid Prime and the more comprehensive Metroid series.
Kirsch remarked that he had spent "months" working on the doors, which made him very sad that they didn't look right in the remaster. However, despite this, the developer is generally satisfied with the remaster.
Note that the re-release of the famous shooter was released 21 years after the release of the original. It is a very significant event in the gaming industry. The company announced the remaster as part of the Direct presentation.
The developers showed gamers a spectacular video trailer where you can get acquainted with game locations and see gorgeous battles. The interface and graphics of the novelty and the control features meet all the requirements for modern games. The developers have worked hard to improve the game to the maximum. Players will also enjoy exciting bonus content.
Currently, the remaster is available for purchase for $40. The physical edition will be on sale a little later - on February 22nd.
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