Metroid Prime Remastered comes true for Switch, how much does it cost?

It is almost certainly one of the most anticipated games in the history of Nintendo Switch, which has always appeared as one of the most desired by fans of the big N when a Direct has been broadcast in which they show their main news. And in the last one held just a few hours ago, we learned that Metroid Prime It is already a reality, remastered and everything so that we can enjoy it as it deserves.

Two decades of success and glory

Metroid Prime It is not just any game since it is one of the best installments in the saga (well, actually they all are) because it had the courage to transform its entire development platformer to a kind of shooter 3D. But the most incredible thing of all is that, despite this radical change of perspective, the whole essence of the franchise remained intact, practically achieving the squaring of the circle.

That Nintendo success did not go unnoticed over the years and from the original GameCube version in 2002, we went seven years later to the Wii version, where that 3D part of the saga continued. The result was just as extraordinary and was completed with two more titles that, still today, in 2023, we hope will be completed hand in hand with Retro Studios with a future Metroid Prime 4.

With all this background it was logical to think that Nintendo Switch users will miss Samus and his mythical three-dimensional adventure but luckily, the Japanese have heard our prayers and have already launched Metroid Prime Remastered for its hybrid console, so if you want to play it again… what are you waiting for?

Metroid Prime Remastered.

How much will it cost?

Prices have been a small topic of debate within the Nintendo ecosystem in recent times because, without going any further, The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom It seems that the maximum price is going to climb ten euros until it is set at 69.99. So when we saw in the Nintendo Direct last night that this was coming Metroid Prime Remastered, many of us feared that they could take advantage to do the same.

Luckily, if you want to buy in the eShop the new Metroid Prime Remasteredyou are going to get a pleasant surprise because Nintendo hasn’t gotten too high on the vine (just a tad) and has set the recommended price at 39.99 euros to start playing it right now. Unfortunately, and at least at the time of writing these lines, the game does not have a physical purchase option in stores like Amazon, where small promotions usually appear that make it a tad cheaper.

Anyway, choose the format you choose, Metroid Prime Remastered is one of the big surprises that we have found so far in February and one more reason to dust off your Nintendo Switch if you had it in the drawer waiting for the arrival of the new Zelda. That everyone begins to think that it could be delayed… but that, now, is another news.

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