Metroid Prime 4 Delayed; Development Restarted

Many fans have been waiting for a new Metroid game for the main console. Unfortunately,  Nintendo will “re-examine the development structure itself and change it.” Announced by Shinya Takahashi, Nintendo’s Senior Managing Executive Office, the game was not meeting Nintendo‘s standard.

A good part of the video stated Kento Tanabe, the Metroid Prime Producer, will be working with Retro Studios who made the original Metroid Prime trilogy. Check out the announcement below.