Metroid Prime Remastered is now available to play on the Switch! This remaster of the original GameCube title features enhanced visuals, but there are a few other new details you might not have picked up on. A new video from GameXplain examines eight of these changes. These differences include alterations to the game’s charge beam animations, Samus’ new face model, and even those pesky doors.

Some of these changes are new to all versions of the game, while others are things that were removed from the Wii version and have now returned. Watch the video above now to see exactly what’s different.

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1+ y ago

The beams not emitting light seems like an oversight to me. Maybe they'll patch it in the future.

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1+ y ago

LOL I never noticed that blinking animation is the original.