Metroid Prime 4 Development Is Being Restarted With Retro Studios
In a three minute video posted up over on the official Nintendo YouTube channel, head of development, Shinya Takahashi, gives gamers an update on the development status of Metroid Prime 4. He openly admits that after two years of development, the game does not meet the quality standards that Nintendo strives for, and that in light of this, the development is being restarted. This is because the company wants all of its published games to meet a certain standard. When Metroid Prime 4 failed to meet that standard, Nintendo felt it was time to restart development and have producer, Kensuke Tanabe, work hand-in-hand with the developer of the original Metroid Prime game, Retro Studios .