EMMI deserves to win
gearing up for the release of metroid dreadNintendo has unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming sci-fi platform adventure, showcasing the wide array of weapons and skills bounty hunter Samus Aran will use in the game.
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The trailer below sees Samus making use of familiar powers, including his ability to transform into a morph ball to fit into tight spaces, as well as new abilities like a cloaking field that he doesn’t know. help to install. Metroid Dread’s Terrible EMMI robots – disturbingly foreboding machines whose original research objectives have been corrupted, causing them to hunt down Samus instead.
Set to arrive on Nintendo Switch in October, metroid dread first is new Metroid game in four years (and the last game, Metroid: Samus Returns On the Nintendo 3DS, the 1991 remake was Metroid II: The Return of Samus) Developed by Spanish studio MercurySteam and Nintendo, the game returns to the series’ 2D roots, with Samus trapped on the mysterious planet ZDR, searching its depths to escape.
Nintendo has a dedicated . also unveiled metroid dread Website. Beyond the usual promotional duties, the site offers some of the deepest official reveal of the game’s story yet to be seen. The planet expands on the mysteries of the ZDR and hints at deep ties to the series’ lore, revealing a member of the secret, near-extinct Chozo During the game the race will be faced.
The site also takes a closer look at some of Samus’ new Aeon capabilities, which are “channels”. [a] mysterious, self-fulfilling energy source for great strategic advantage”. These include the “Phantom Cloak”, which provides the aforementioned cloaking field, the “Flash Shift”, which offers a trio of super-speed dashes on land or in the air. and “Pulse Radar”, allowing Samus to detect the destructive walls around him.
metroid dread The new Nintendo Switch will launch with OLED models on October 8th.
Elsewhere, Square-Enix’s development has wrapped up Guardians of the Galaxy game, while Microsoft wants players to try to break Age of Empires IV As part of network stress testing.