Metroid dread has sold better than any metroid before, says Nintendo’s latest accounting year.
Metroid Dread, who continues Samus Aran’s adventures, received mostly thanks to his last October release.

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This has also been nicely reflected in sales figures, as the game has been good for consumers as much as 2.9 million copies.
This is more than ever in the series, with 2.84 million sales of the Metroid Prime in 2002.
The original NES-Metroid has traded 2.73 million times.

The metroid dread, released for Switch, grabbed a full five stars from consolefin’s review.
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