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Miyamoto Talks Metroid On Wii U: "There's Certainly A Lot That You Could Do There"

Posted on Monday, July 9 @ 08:44:47 PST by Alex_Osborn

Nintendo mastermind, Shigeru Miyamoto recently spoke to IGNon the possibility of aMetroidtitle for Nintendo's upcoming tablet-based console. Aside from anotherZelda andMario, there's no doubt that a new adventure starring Samus Aran is atop nearly every gamer's wish list. Fortunately, Mr. Miyamoto recognizes this, as well as the potential that comes from working with the Wii Uto push the series to new heights.
"With Metroid it's very easy to imagine some interesting implementation for Wii U. I think that having another screen with the gyro built in really gives you a lot of interesting opportunities for development, and we can bring a lot of our games to life in a completely unique way with that," Miyamoto explained. "I feel like the possibilities of the GamePad for Metroid could be really fantastic. There's certainly a lot that you could do there for that game."

While I, personally, would love nothing more than anotherMetroidtitle from Retro Studios, there are plenty of other first-party franchises Nintendo could bring to the HD console. FromStar FoxtoF-Zero, the possibilities are endless — ok, maybe not endless, but there are a lot of them. Let us know what Nintendo franchise you want to see on the Wii U in the comments below.
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