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Rumor: Bandai Namco Is Not The Lead Developer Behind Metroid Prime 4

A number of recently-surfaced rumors suggested that Bandai Namco was the lead developer behind Metroid Prime 4 on Nintendo Switch. However, it turns out that this might not be the case. According to the folks at Easy Allies, the studio may be focusing entirely on assets instead. To learn more about this new report, check out the video podcast below:


23 thoughts on “Rumor: Bandai Namco Is Not The Lead Developer Behind Metroid Prime 4”

    1. Not too uncommon nowadays. Big budget AAA games with huger development teams almost always have a good bit of out-sourcing. Well, even for smaller projects it’s rather unlikely that everything is done in-house (like, at the very least the localization is often done somewhere else, or the publishing).

        1. Infinite Kalas X3, The Sonyendo King

          Fuck! Have you seen Army of Darkness? The 3rd Evil Dead movie with Bruce Campbell as the main character Ash? If you have, it’s the scene where one of the Tiny Ashs freak out that the real Ash is escaping his binds & the others have to come back to help him escape because he’s too terrified to run himself.

      1. Reply to Infinite Kalas X3: Unfortunately I haven’t watched it, but I can imagine him so terrified that he can’t run.

        1. Infinite Kalas X3, The Sonyendo King

          Basically, he looks toward the screen (not directly at the screen), puts his hands on the sides of his head, and screams while letting his head fall backwards as his hands grasp onto it as 3 or 4 others come back and grab him by the arms, dragging him away.

  1. What was the name of the studio that developed DK Jungle Climbers and DK King of Swing? Could those be the ones that are making Metroid Prime 4?

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