- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Action, Adventure, First Person, Platformer
- Release Date
- 8th Feb 2023, £34.99
- 8th Feb 2023, $39.99
- 3rd Mar 2023, £34.99
- 22nd Feb 2023, $39.99
- Official Site
Review Metroid Prime Remastered - A Long-Awaited And Stunning Return Of A Legend
It’s difficult to believe now, but there was once a time when the notion of a first-person Metroid game seemed unfathomable. Prior to the release of Metroid Prime back in 2002, the franchise had been confined to the 2D realm, with complex environments full of secrets and hidden equipment that bolstered your abilities and combat...
Metroid Prime Remastered Guides
Guide Where To Buy Metroid Prime Remastered On Switch
Best physical deals + digital discounts!
After years of rumours, Metroid Prime Remastered has finally come to Nintendo Switch. The game's now available worldwide both physically and digitally, and all the details you need on how to get your hands on it for the best price (including a discount on the digital version) can be found below. Update:...
Guide Metroid Prime Remastered: All Artifact Locations
Plundering Tallon IV
Your main objective in Metroid Prime Remastered, beyond blasting Space Pirates, is to gather up 12 Chozo Artifacts in order to gain access to the game's final area. In this guide, we'll show you how to get every Artifact in the game, listing every Artifact by location with instructions on how to collect it. Many of the Chozo...
Guide Metroid Prime Remastered: Power Suit Upgrade Locations
Suit up, soldier
Metroid Prime Remastered, like all entries in Nintendo's sci-fi franchise, requires you to rebuild Samus Aran's arsenal and make her powerful enough to take on even the most fearsome of beasties. In this guide, we'll take you through all Power Suit upgrades to find on your travels across the planet Tallon IV, including the...
Guide How To Make Metroid Prime Remastered Work With A GameCube Controller
Going back to basics
Metroid Prime Remastered brings the GameCube classic to Switch in fine fashion. Retro Studios, with the help of multiple additional developers, has updated the original game significantly for the Switch, implementing revamped visuals, an expanded gallery features, and multiple new control options. Of course, one of these...
About The Game
>Suit up for an iconic adventure
Intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran receives a distress signal from a wrecked frigate in orbit around planet Tallon IV. Upon investigation, the frigate reveals itself to be a Space Pirate research vessel home to terrifying genetic experiments using the mysterious Phazon substance. There, Samus encounters her nemesis, Meta Ridley, whom she pursues to the surface of Tallon IV. It’s up to her alone to explore the planet’s interconnected regions, investigate its dark secrets, and end the intergalactic threat posed by Phazon.
Experience this critically acclaimed first-person adventure like never before with remastered visuals, audio, controls, and more.
Revamped visuals and sound
See—and hear—the classic first-person adventure in a new way with high-definition visuals and modernized, nostalgic audio.
New (and classic) controls
Experience Tallon IV with modern dual-analog controls for the first time, as well as nostalgic setups inspired by the original Metroid Prime game for the Nintendo GameCube™ system and the Metroid Prime: Trilogy games for the Nintendo Wii™ system.
Multiple difficulty options
The Casual difficulty reduces the amount of damage Samus takes in combat, helping you worry less about fighting to focus on exploring.
Unlock art created during the development of the original game as well as this remaster, a Soundtrack Gallery, and a 3D Character Gallery.
This isn't like Nintendo, Shadow dropping a Remaster of what used to be considered the greatest game of all time??? This is so weird
I haven’t played Metroid prime remake but I’ll get it soon I lobe the soundtrack
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