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Former Metroid Prime Lead Designer Targeted With Abusive Messages – Nintendo Life

“The Metroid community is better than this”

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Earlier this week, Michael Wikan – the former lead designer of all three Metroid Prime games – revealed on Facebook why he didn’t think a Switch port of the Metroid Prime Trilogy was likely to happen.
In short, he doubts it will be released, as Retro Studios no longer has “functional editor tools to work with the Prime code base” and as a result, everything would have to be “brute-force” hard coded. Metroid Prime 3 alone would apparently be a “herculean effort”.
Sadly, Wikan’s comments appear to…

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