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Topic: Adam Vs. Chicken Brutus: No Holds Barred Fight of the Decade -- Well, Fight of the Day at Least

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Philip_J_Reed

SuperSonic1990 wrote:

This fight is already over!? Boo!

Seriously, you should all ask for your admission fee back from Adam. Feel free to beat it out of him.

Philip_J_Reed

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Stuffgamer1

How can beat "free" out of him? Besides which, if he could've broken through that wall no problem if not for WANTING to break bones like he says, he would totally kick my butt, and I'm not interested in that eventuality, thank you very much!

My Backloggery Updated sporadically. Got my important online ID's on there, anyway. :P

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WolfRamHeart

Is the fight really over now? I was hoping that it could escalate into something like the Peter Griffin vs Giant Chicken fight.

WolfRamHeart

Wiiloveit

Well, that was one hell of a fight. Mind if I start it off again? Hey, Brutus! Adam thinks you look like a person who is overweight.

FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!

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Terra

More fighting! It can't end now.

We need a topic on this forum dedicated to grudge matches or general fights between two users instead of a topic dedicated to just one fight. That would be epic.

Terra

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Bahamut_ZERO

It's over? Pity, I just bought Popcorn

Bahamut_ZERO

Knux

Terranigma wrote:

More fighting! It can't end now.

We need a topic on this forum dedicated to grudge matches or general fights between two users instead of a topic dedicated to just one fight. That would be epic.

That's a good idea! I'll start it myself!

Knux

Philip_J_Reed

Wiiloveit wrote:

Hey, Brutus! Adam thinks you look like a person who is overweight.

Them's fightin' words! The smartest course of action on my part is probably to sneak up on Adam and punch him in the back of the head, without first confirming that he actually said anything like this.

Off I go...!

Philip_J_Reed

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Adam

Ow, quit it.

Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.

Knux

You guys want to go for round two?

Knux

Adam

No, I can't take his harsh words anymore, nor can my mother. I concede defeat... at least until Other M comes out and proves Metroid's real potential for 3D.

Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.

pixelman

@Adam: Haw haw haw. The Other M trailer is nuthin' BUT action.

pixelman

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Adam

I'm not sure what you mean by that, but if you're one of the few who don't think so much action is appropriate to a Metroid game, I suggest playing the original Metroid again.

Obviously, one thing you can't show in a trailer is the sense of exploration, but since Project M is made up of Team Ninja AND Nintendo's Metroid team, I'm confident we won't be missing that vital aspect of the series. It certainly can't be worse (in that regard) than Corruption.

We'll probably get a lot more story than Metroid is used to, but I think the Fusion team did a lot better job with this than Retro, so I don't necessarily mind.

I (and others) got a really strong Super Metroid vibe from the action segments. I love how colorful it is.

Edited on by Adam

Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.

pixelman

I remember reading one of your earlier posts where you said it was "too shooter-oriented". I suppose you meant "first person shooter oriented", since the trailer is very 2D shooter-oriented. I hear you though, it'd be hard to make an exciting trailer for exploration.

One thing I hope Other M fixes is the horrible amount of climbing in Super Metroid. It bored me to no end to keep jumping up, and up, and up, and fall, and up, and up, and up... At least the Prime series fixed this problem.

pixelman

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Danny_August

Duke Nukem 3D is only FPS ever! Hail to the king! Your face, your ass, what's the difference?

Direct quote: Bork, Bork, Bork

Adam

Yea, first-person shooting is just not as exciting, at least not for this type of game. When you can see your character and see enemies all around you rather than just in front of you, it allows for more intense action where dodging is just as important as shooting.

However, that comment I made more specifically meant that there was much more emphasis on shooting than exploration. Balance between the two should be key for a Metroid game if the game is to stay true to the roots of the original trilogy.

I don't really agree about the climbing though. Prime had its share of climbing, and climbing took much, much longer since you couldn't see where your feet were (hooray for the genius idea to use first-person in an adventure game).

2D games tend to have much quicker movement, too, so even if the climbing wasn't very, very easy in Super Metroid (at least I thought so), reclimbing doesn't take that long.

Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.

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