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This day in history
June 13, 2017: is announced at E3 as in development for Metroid Prime 4 Nintendo Switch. is also announced for a September 15 release date.
Metroid: Samus Returns March 3, 2017: The Nintendo Switch is released, with hope that we will see Metroid Prime 4 on it.
August 19, 2016: is released in North America!
Metroid Prime: Federation Force August 6, 2016: The series celebrates its 30th anniversary!
Metroid July 21, 2016: is released on the Metroid Prime: Blast Ball Nintendo 3DS eShop!
June 16, 2015: is announced at E3, Metroid Prime: Federation Force to be released in 2016 for Nintendo 3DS.
October 19, 2014: N1ghtrav3n is promoted to administrator.
August 20, 2014: Bearborg is promoted to administrator.
Did You Know...
To commemorate the series's 30th anniversary, we're featuring 10 did you know facts about the original
...that the original game had five endings, the best of which featured Samus in a bikini?
...that Metroid was originally titled Space Hunter?
...that the manual referred to Samus using male and gender-neutral pronouns, concealing the fact that she was a woman?
...that the Famicom version of the game had the ability to save progress, but did not include armorless Samus?
...that the Famicom version also had higher quality sound and music and less lag?
...that the original Metroid has been ported at least 7 times to newer consoles?
...that while the boxart claims it is a "two player alternating game", Metroid has no form of multiplayer?
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