” Hey everyone! The time has actually finally come for the first public Prime 2D demonstration. When we first posted it, this post was this April Fools day page with fake screenshots, hiding the reality that it was in fact our genuine demo, however we can clear that joke away now that April 1 is over.”
SCU further notes how this project is “made by fans for the sole purpose of having a good time” and states “all aspects of this demonstration go through change” and might not necessarily reflect the last variation.
The demo itself gives players the chance to check out the Tallon Overworld, including the Artifact Temple and Chozo Ruins, and consists of a series of power-ups and abilities such as the Morph Ball. Theres also 360 degree intending, the capability to scan the environment, and apparently a little additional after the credits.
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The time has lastly come for the very first public Prime 2D demonstration. When we initially posted it, this post was this April Fools day page with phony screenshots, hiding the fact that it was in fact our genuine demonstration, but we can clear that joke away now that April 1 is over.”
Nintendo made the hard decision at the beginning of 2019 to reboot the development of Metroid Prime 4 with the aid of Retro Studios. Ever since (and even prior to), theres been very little activity on the Metroid front.
There is an enthusiastic Metroid fanbase and one gifted group of designers understood as “Team SCU” have been working hard on a 2D version of the GameCube hit, Metroid Prime. While it was originally believed to be a joke, its actually real.
Its called Prime 2D – with the other part of the name eliminated for obvious factors, and the first demo has actually just gone live.
Would you be interested in a 2D Metroid Prime game?