Metroid Prime 3 was once an open world game, but it fell through because Nintendo didn’t understand what a bounty hunter is.
Metroid Prime 3 was planned to involve open world bounty hunting, but Walker has now set the record straight on what exactly that would have entailed.
News of an open world Metroid game surfaced last year when Bryan Walker, senior producer on Metroid Prime 2 and 3, mentioned the idea on the Kiwi Talkz podcast, as previously reported.
Instead they saw her as a space adventurer with a heart of gold, which didn’t fit with the open world bounty hunting concept.
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