Searching for cheap CD keys is usually very interesting to gamers who want to have fun without paying too much. If you are patient enough, you can wait for the price of the game to drop. However, money is not question for game who are waiting for a new game that is still in the development stage
Metroid Prime 3 came out in August 2007 and Metroid: Other M in 2010. The later was a great game but definitely not one of the best. In June 2017, Nintendo announced Metroid Prime 4, a sequel to Metroid Prime 3 during a gaming conference. Fans were eagerly anticipating the sequel for more than a decade.
However, Nintendo recently announced that the company is restarting development of Metroid Prime 4 which will delay the release of the game indefinitely. According to Nintendo Senior Executive Shinya Takahashi, the widely anticipated game did not meet the company’s standard of quality. It was further announced that development will start from the ground up.
Nintendo understands the excitement of gamers but they did not want to disappoint fans by releasing a lackluster game. Retro Studio will be rehired so that their development team that was responsible for the original Metroid Trilogy can help producer Kensuke Tanake rebuild Metroid Prime 4. According to Takahashi, it will be a while before they release updates.
While waiting for Metroid Prime 4 to be released for Nintendo’s newest console, Switch, fans can look forward to a few upcoming games like Yoshi’s Crafted World, Fire Emblem: Three Houses and the new Animal Crossing game.
Nintendo Switch was the hottest item for 2018 but after the Christmas season, discounts on the system pretty much disappeared. However, gamers continue to look for the best deals on some the top titles that can be played on the Switch.
There are many cheap CD keys that can be considered from certain platforms like Gumtree, G2A and Kinguin, to name a few. However, it is important to remember that the platforms work in different ways usually as intermediaries. In the case of G2A, there are individuals who sell the code of a game they purchased but do not intend to use.