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This sounds like great news! I thought there were actually a lot less people still at Retro from the Prime days, so I was worried that most or even all of Retro didn’t have any experience making a Metroid game. This proves otherwise, which is definitely reassuring. Not that I was worried for this game, cause I think Retro always does fantastic work on all their (admittedly relatively few) projects. If you follow Nintendo’s hiring at all, you’ll also notice Retro has been hiring an awful lot recently, and this to me is also a good sign: they’re trying to grow their team quickly to hopefully get a quality game out to us as quickly as possible.
I have full confidence in Retro’s ability to make great games, and hearing that many of the Prime 3 devs are still at the company is just icing on the cake!