Credit where credit's due
Metroid Prime Remaster saw a surprise release last week, and it’s been met with universal praise ever since. From gameplay features and controls to faithfulness to the original, people are really loving the return of this classic. Unfortunately, the situation is a bit different when it comes to the dev team.
Former Retro studios engineer Zoid Kirsch took to Twitter to share a bit of disappointment he had with Metroid Prime Remaster, and it comes from how the game handles credits.
As you can see in the tweet above, the original Metroid Prime development team does get acknowledgement in the credits, but only as a collective. I think everyone would agree that it would be nice to see all of those people listed individually, but for whatever reason, Nintendo took a different route. That’s not to say things couldn’t be updated in the future, and hopefully they are.