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Project M

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Project M was the name of the collaborative development team for Metroid: Other M.[1] Headed by Yoshio Sakamoto, the main development staff was made up of employees from Nintendo and Koei Tecmo's Team Ninja. A third company, CG animation studio D-Rockets, was also brought in to work on the game's cinematics. In total, Project M consisted of over 100 members.[2]

References[edit]

  1. Nintendo, Team Ninja Collaborate on Metroid: Other M. The Escapist (June 2, 2009). Retrieved March 15, 2017.
  2. E3 2009: Metroid: Other M Heavy on Action and Story. IGN (June 4, 2009). Retrieved March 15, 2017.


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