Published: Wed, June 14, 2017
Technology | By Ramiro Moody

E3 2017: Metroid: Samus Returns Announced for 3DS

Metroid Prime 4 is in development for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo revealed at E3 2017. Really good. In fact, it is a "reimagining" of Metroid II: Return of Samus from the original 1991 Game Boy release. The game's plot will see Samus infiltrate the planet SR388 in a quest to eliminate every last one of the titular Metroids. There are also new Aeon Abilities that function as upgrades for Samus that aren't your traditional suit upgrades. Samus Returns is happening, and it might be the Metroid side-scroller we've been asking for.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle launches on Nintendo Switch on August 29.

Fire Emblem is releasing two new amiibo to celebrate the upcoming release of Fire Emblem Warriors later this year. Chances are Metroid Prime 4 should have a similar direction with some modern twists to the formula akin to how Nintendo released The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Chris Sale wins 7th straight decision as Red Sox top Tigers
On April 10, Sale struck out 10 and allowed two runs over 7 2/3 innings, taking the loss. “The first half went to us. Boston still had two runners on and one out, but the rally ended when Pablo Sandoval hit into a double play.

Apple Watch Is Getting Improvements for News, Fitness, Music, and Siri
There are Photos, content from Apple news, coaching reminders from the Activity App, the weather, a reminder from the Breathe app. Apple just announced its watchOS 4 for the Apple Watch at its Worldwide Developers Conference ( WWDC ) of 2017.

Apple Announces watchOS 4 for Apple Watch with Siri Smart Watchface, More
Apple has updated the Watch's Workout app with new options for people looking for more intensive workouts. Another set of Watchfaces includes characters from Toy Story - Woody, Jesse, Buzz included.

Nintendo's E3 2017 Spotlight featured quite a few surprises and more in-depth looks on games announced earlier this year. It's another Switch game with a big focus on multiplayer following EA's announcement of a version of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 developed especially for the console.

Since the end of the Prime Trilogy, we were treated to the enjoyable Other M in 2010 and the disappointing Federation Force previous year. The Switch, as the company keeps reminding us, is about playing with anyone, anywhere, at any time.

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