Although we had hoped to hear more about this at last week's Nintendo Gamer's Summit in San Francisco, the short and sweet of the announcement appears to be the whole hot and spicy enchilada. According to Nintendo representatives, Metroid Prime on the GameCube and Metroid Fusion on the GBA will link up in some capacity. Do we know to what end? No. But it's yet another argument for picking up that link-up adapter, isn't it? We hope but don't necessarily expect to learn more about this connectivity when Nintendo courts the press in London on Thursday morning. Related Feature - Metroid Prime preview
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