Metroid Prime Remastered Price: How Much Does it Cost?

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Metroid Prime was released initially on the Gamecube in 2002. It later came to the Wii later in its life, and now it’s back, fully remastered for the Nintendo Switch. This game launched as a surprise shadow drop during the February 2023 Nintendo Direct. How much does Metroid Prime Remastered cost? We have the answer for you below.

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Metroid Prime Remastered Price: How Much Does it Cost?

Metroid Prime is available on the Nintendo eShop for $39.99 and will have a physical release that costs the same amount as the digital version. If you don’t want to wait for the physical release, which hits shelves on February 22, 2023. You can download it right now digitally.

The game takes the classic Metroid Prime and remasters the graphics and controls to make it playable on the Nintendo Switch. You can now use two analog sticks aiming to make it feel more natural to modern day first person shooters. Of course, you can also use classic controls if you want to emulate the original experience back on the Gamecube.

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If you haven’t played Metroid Prime before, here’s the official game description,

“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”

While the other two games in this trilogy have not been mastered yet, we may see all three released before Metroid Prime 4 finally shows up. We haven’t heard anything about Metroid Prima 4 in years, and fans eagerly await more information.

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