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  1. This is bizarre learning now about 10 years later, but whoever translated & dubbed Other M seems to be responsible for most of the discourse that came of the game. The original Japanese lines were much closer to Samus’ previous characterization like in Fusion and the manga, like this instance here with the latter, with the top part being the original Japanese line. None of that infamous shit like the Adam authorization is in the original Japanese script. What the hell. Obviously, this doesn’t absolve the game of all its flaws and faults, but NoA or some division failed
  2. We all know MPT for Switch is a thing...It's just a matter of when Nintendo is actually going to reveal it. As for Super Metrioid, I'd love to see them do something similar to what they did with Metroid II and Samus Returns on the 3DS. I'm surprised that game wasn't a Super Metroid remaking. I guess they were saving that for the Switch...?
  3. 1. Metroid Prime: Hunters 2. Metroid Prime: Federation Force* 3. Super Metroid 4. Metroid Prime 5. Metroid Other M - AM2R 6. Metroid Fusion 7. Metroid 8. Metroid Zero Mission 9. Metroid Prime 3 10. Metroid Prime 2 11. Metroid Prime Pinball* 12. Metroid: Samus Returns 13. Metroid II** Metroid games that I've 100% completed: Metroid Prime: Hunters, Metroid Prime: Federation Force, Super Metroid, Metroid Prime, Metroid Other M, Metroid: Samus Returns * I ranked Federation Force and Prime Pinball purely on ho
  4. With some fans speculating that Metroid Prime 4 will appear at the Game Awards, what are your expectations for the game when it is first shown and what are you hoping for from the final product? When do you think the game will release and does a later release date impact your expectations for Prime 4? I currently expect to see Metroid Prime 4 fill up that December release for 2019 as I expect Pokemon to be their big November release. Ideally, I would've wanted to see Metroid Prime 4 release around the anniversary of Prime 1, but I think December would be a good fit given the month
  5. Never thought I'd see the day. Since Metroid Prime 4 is all but officially conformed to be done by Namco, or at the very least a new team handling MP4, am not too worried about it, but I'd be a bit more concerned about Donkey Kong Country's future if this is all true, given the state DK was in for awhile after the Rare buyout. I don't know, but maybe if Retro's lucky, it'll just be some change in management, though with how quiet it's been on Retro's end for awhile now, talks of a possible shut down doesn't surprise me too much at this point, sorry to say...
  6. UPDATE: Eurogamer is confirming that though multiple sources Bandai Namco (Singapore) is indeed working on Metroid Prime 4... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seems very plausible to me. Nintendo has worked with Bandai Namco in the past, like on SSB4 and people loved that. Still, it makes me wonder what the hell Retro is working on since they aren't working on MP4 and we haven't seen anything fr
  7. This game needs no introduction. Metroid is back. Who's playing?
  8. 2 weeks out from Metroid Samus Returns, a little over a week ago, I really started getting very hyped for the upcoming release. Now I'm definitely trying to avoid any kind of spoilers, and I personally have not seen much beyond the initial announcement trailer. I did decide that before I get my hands on Metroid Samus Returns this Friday I would complete AM2R, Another Metroid 2 Remake. Goal was accomplished a couple of days ago, and I've got to say that AM2R is definitely one of the better Metroid experiences I've had. AM2R has been on my laptop since its release, but I
  9. The Fusion Suit's an awesome added feature, in a similar vein to how you could have it in Prime 1, though don't know how it'll change the difficulty in Samus Returns' case. Fusion itself was one of my most replayed of the 2D's for 100% speedruns and low % attempts, so the Fusion difficulty in SR will probably feel right at home for me in that sense.
  10. I'm a little hungry for Metroid discussion, and I haven't done a ranking since Metroid Prime Federation Force, so... 1. Metroid Prime Hunters 2. Super Metroid 3. Metroid Prime 4. Metroid 5. Metroid Prime Federation Force 6. Metroid Fusion 7. Metroid Other M 8. Metroid Prime 3 9. Metroid Zero Mission 10. Metroid Prime Pinball 11. Metroid Prime 2 12. Metroid II 1-3: The top 3 for me are pretty automatic. Metroid Prime Hunters is Metroid Prime Hunters, and I definitely feel Super Metroid has an edge over Metroid Prime.
  11. http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/metroid-other-m-wii-u yay
  12. For those that do not know, Mission 17: Infestation in Metroid Prime Federation Force primarily focuses on the Space Pirates trying to breed a horde of large Metroids on Talvania to use as a broader galactic threat. The production of these large Metroids is due in thanks to the Space Pirates creating their own variation of the ancient Bion race's amplification technology. Ultimately, the Federation Force does end the breeding operations on Talvania and later destroy the amplification technology the Space Pirates had stored in their DOOMSEYE super weapon. Talvania however is not the only place
  13. Said what I want to about the game better than I ever could. Discuss.
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