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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:18pm 12/05/22 | 0 Comments
We all know that Metroid Prime on the GameCube brought Nintendo's classic sci-fi into the 3D era. To this day it's still one of the all-time greats (and ripe for a proper HD remaster). And with that the Metroid series skipped the Nintendo 64, partly because Nintendo felt that it wasn't sure how it would work. Which brings us to Luto Akino, an indie developer from Mexico.

Who's presenting the ultimate 'what if' scenario by creating a fully playable Metroid 64 for PC. Which comes with the early 3D look of Nintendo 64 games, we're talking rudimentary textures and environments. As per the early footage below it does look like it's running a lot faster than what we're used to seeing on the N64. In that the frame-rate is smooth and not 20fps.



Played from a third-person perspective we get to see a lock-on system and some pretty fluid movement that feels in line with the series. Luto Akino is definitely putting a lot of care and detail into this fan project, and has also mapped out a story that would put the events before the first game.



Awesome stuff.



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