Metroid Prime Remastered Narration Explained

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Metroid Prime Remastered, released last month, offers players several narration styles to play with while exploring through the now graphically updated planet of Tallon IV.

The creepy setting promotes the idea of exploring the dangerous depths of space, which is the main idea of the game series. Samus, in this revitalized version of Metroid Prime, will be fighting many different enemies in order to save the galaxy, this time with incredible updates to several features.

Below, you can find a small description on each of the narration styles to choose from when playing the game, which is the player's choice depending on how much dialogue they'd like to hear.

Metroid Prime Remastered Narration

Here are each of the three options that players can choose from when deciding which narration style they'd like to hear while playing Metroid Prime Remastered. These options will range from no narration to full narration.

Narration Off

In this setting, players can expect there to be, as the name says, no narration present. No dialogue will be said with voice acting, and everything will be primarily text-based.

Partial Narration

In this unique setting, players will only hear narration at the beginning and the end of the game, not in the middle.

Full Narration

In this setting, players can expect what is written in the title, the game will be fully narrated with all dialogue being voice acted, and there will be an announcement in-game of what location you are in as well.

Metroid Prime Remastered costs $40 and is available for purchase by physical or digital copy.