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curl-6 said:

There were many times over the last decade when it felt like Metroid was either dead and buried or would better off be, so seeing it being brought back with such apparent quality, actually being marketed, and looking like it might finally become a breakout hit after decades as a relatively niche seller is a bit surreal. In an awesome way though.

Now if only Nintendo would do this with their other dormant franchises. Imagine Star Fox, but without gimmicks, or a new F-Zero that actually exists.