While I don’t think this was the Metroid game fans have been waiting for, Metroid Prime: Federation Force nonetheless takes the gameplay of Metroid Prime Hunters and adds four player co-op to it. Also included is a 3-on-3 sports minigame called Metroid Prime Blast Ball.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force releases for the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016.
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