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Journey to the Savage Planet brings its Metroid Prime vibes to Nintendo Switch

It’s on the eShop as we speak with a bodily Switch version to comply with

Metroid Prime followers are craving one thing, something, and I’m right here to advocate a recreation that may scratch the alien-world-exploration itch, at the least for a bit, whereas we wait on Metroid Prime 4 or trilogy information. The Nintendo Switch model of Journey to the Savage Planet launched on the eShop as we speak.

You’ve in all probability seen one in all us mention this game a couple of occasions earlier than on Destructoid – we actually dig it. You’ll prefer it too if you happen to get pleasure from exploring vertical worlds, scanning creatures in your log, gathering gadgets, and upgrading your swimsuit with multi-jumps and a grappling hook, amongst different traversal talents.

Journey to the Savage Planet falls on the shorter facet relying in your priorities. It’s about seven hours if you happen to do not rush, and double that if you wish to test off each Science Experiment and observe down all 100 life-boosting orange goo-balls. I like to consider it as extra of a “Metroid Prime lite.”

Once you’ve got memorized probably the most environment friendly routes, you’ll be able to fly by way of the story in a couple of hours.

Along with the digital eShop launch, 505 Games and Typhoon Studios are planning to launch a bodily Switch model of Savage Planet in Europe on June 26, 2020, “with availability in the Americas in the days following as supply chain allows.” In each instances, the sport prices $29.99 – affordable sufficient!

Journey to the Savage Planet brings its Metroid Prime vibes to Nintendo Switch

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