Fans have been waiting for a Metroid Prime remake for years. According to a leak, this will take place this year.
We can't help but wonder when and whether Metroid Prime will get a remake at the last Nintendo Direct. Does that mean that the remake is overdue?
Metroid Prime Remake Could Still Drop in 2022
Jeff Grubb was the one who predicted that a Metroid Prime remake would be announced at the latest Nintendo Direct, along with two Zelda remakes. Unfortunately, none of these three saw the light of day. Despite that, Grubb still claims that the remake WILL come sooner than predicted.
By the way, I like the title. It reminded me of TheRealInsider's video that had the same title (only that he f-d up REALLY bad). Grubb claims that the reason Nintendo didn't release the remakes was because of the release of the latest Zelda game, Tears of the Kingdom.
If the remakes had been announced that day, nobody would have cared about them, especially not the Zelda remakes.
Grubb has something to say about the Metroid Prime Remake: Here's what he's got to say so far.
So, there you have it. Grubb made a mistake, and whether or not you believe him on this matter is up to you. I personally believe that he's correct about the remake... but only time will tell.