Oh, and spoilers!
Ready to witness all sorts of angles and tricks you were never meant to see?
Metroid Dread is one of Switch's best-looking, best-playing games, giving fans of the series a brand new adventure that certainly lives up to their high expectations. But as we're about to discover, with a primarily fixed 2D camera used throughout (as well as the occasional first-person shift for cinematic cutscenes), plenty of interesting things have been left tantalisingly out of view. Until now.
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