Ads Help Nintendo's Metroid Go 3D
In 2002, Retro Studios re-imagined the Metroid series. Up until that point, all incarnations of Metroid had been 2D and somewhat cartoonish (if gritty) in style. Metroid Prime changed all that by giving all the enemies and environments a darker, more realistic look in a 3D environment.
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