Nintendo offered fans of the upcoming Metroid 4 Prime a straight-cut piece of news via a video this week where they announced that the game will be restarted at Retro Studios. This, of course, pleased many as they are the studio behind the original Prime Trilogy. But should everyone react so fast to a simple developer name? Shouldn't people check more often the same people behind the company name are working in these teams? And also, is this transparency good for the industry?
Also on the show:
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Impressions
- Metro Exodus Goes Epic Games
- Anthem VIP Demo Success
00:10 - The Couch
01:15 - On Today's Show
01:40 - Epic Games Lands Metro Exodus
11:20 - Anthem VIP Beta
24:45 - Xbox Teases Big E3 2019
WHAT WE'VE BEEN PLAYING
27:30 - Kingdom Hearts 3
47:15 - Bury Me, My Love
49:00 - New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe
51:40 - Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
53:35 - Mini Metro
56:10 - Nintendo Gives Metroid Prime 4 To Retro Studios
58:40 - Is The Transparency Nintendo Gave Good?
01:00:00 - Why Do We Associate Studios Names More Than The People At Studios?
01:17:20 - Is More Transparent Development Better?
01:25:15 - Wrap-Up
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