In the run up to the 20th anniversary of Metroid Prime’s release, I’ve been watching and rewatching playthroughs on Youtube. My controllers have been scattered, my discs are in the loft, and this is as close as I can get to this vivid, potent, unsettling classic. Every video, there’s always a shock right near the start: the GameCube logo. It’s weird. I know that this shouldn’t surprise me – I know that I’m watching these videos in part because this game is 20 years old….
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