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Bryan Walker

Metroid Prime Trilogy Developer's Voice.

Bryan Walker is a Retro Studios employee. He prominently worked on the last two games in the Metroid Prime Trilogy, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, and Donkey Kong Country Returns. He was not employed at Retro during the development of the original Metroid Prime, but was the senior producer of its New Play Control! port. In 1998, the year Retro was formed, Walker was hired by the development studio Origin (also based in Austin, Texas). Walker was featured in the Trilogy Developer's Voice video on the Nintendo Channel, where he talked about the control scheme from Corruption being applied to the first two games in the series, making the games better than previous games in the series, design changes made to the Space Pirates in each game, the concept and creation of Dark Samus, the concern over how gamers would review the original Metroid Prime and the creation of the Visors system. He says his favorite weapon is the Seeker Missile.

He claims he was never able to defeat the Boost Guardian boss in Echoes without having to enable debug mode.


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This copy of Trilogy signed by numerous Retro Studios artists, Walker included, was auctioned off on Amazon, with all proceeds being donated to relief efforts for the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

  • Metroid Prime 2: Echoes - Producer
  • Metroid Prime 3: Corruption - Senior producer
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns - Director

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