Sean Booth of British electronic duo Autechre has claimed they were considered to score the GameCube classic Metroid Prime.
The Metroid Prime score was ultimately composed by series composer Kenji Yamamoto instead.
The influential duo rose to prominence in the 1990s electronic scene and are known for their abstract and experimental style.
It’s rumoured that a remaster of Metroid Prime is on the way to Switch this year, with its two sequels set to follow next year.
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