In 2009, Nintendo and Retro Studios released Metroid Prime Trilogy on the Nintendo Wii. The compilation featured all three of the critically-acclaimed games on one disc, with new control schemes and bonus features. While Nintendo has announced a fourth entry in the series, fans have been clamoring for a Nintendo Switch port for the Trilogy compilation, as well. Rumors have previously placed the game on Nintendo's handheld hybrid, but things are heating up once again thanks to a listing that supposedly popped-up on Best Buy's website before getting deleted. Real or not, fans are crossing their fingers in hopes that the compilation will once again see release.
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Keep reading to find out what fans think about a Nintendo Switch port for Metroid Prime Trilogy!
If the listing was real, it has since been removed.
There’s currently a listing on Best Buy for the Metroid Prime Trilogy on Switch...don’t do this to me... pic.twitter.com/wH9cadY5yC— McTrOiD (@McTroid) April 19, 2020
Expectations are high, because people love these games!
My expectations on the remastered of metroid Prime trilogy are very high, if they give us a lazy and hasty product I will never forgive Nintendo.#nintendodirect #NintendoSwich #Metroid pic.twitter.com/QdPLziC2wz— Rizza D. Marco - RDM (@RizZaDMaRcO) April 19, 2020
Given Switch's popularity, Nintendo could introduce a lot of new people to the games.
Please let the Metroid Prime trilogy rumours for Switch be true!!! 🙏🏼🙌🏻😭— Cody @🏡🌈 (@CodySDax) April 19, 2020
Fans have been clamoring for it for some time, now.
They are terrific games, to be fair.
If Metroid Prime Trilogy comes out for the Switch, I WILL BE BUYING IT. I have been eagerly waiting for Metroid Prime 4, even though it has been delayed but a remastered version of 1, 2, and 3 would be excellent!— Larry T (@Lareson3) April 20, 2020
It's probably one of the most requested Switch ports.
Put Metroid Prime Trilogy on Switch you Cowards— Rob (@PrimeHylian) April 18, 2020
Other games take a backseat to Metroid.
Yes please. I have a massive Switch backlog, but give us the Metroid Prime Trilogy and it'll be straight to the top of the list.— Athrun Talan (@athruntalan) April 18, 2020
Fans shouldn't get too excited, however, because these listings have happened before.
Isn’t this like the fifth time in the past 2 years?— Backpacker’s Cum Slave (@MirasFinest) April 20, 2020
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