61bub166Thu 22nd Dec 2011 grumblebuzzz wrote:I just think people act silly about the story. It's a great narrative and a different look at the actual human side of a beloved character who seemed like a cyborg before they gave her a voice. I still hold strong to my opinion that in ten years, Other M will be an "underrated classic." But I'm not trying to start a flame war about the game. It just irritates me about all the hate it gets because it dared to have the hero be anything less than a gun-toting hellcat.Then there's the secondary complaints: Too linear, clunky controls, and unmemorable bosses. Nintendo has established that linear works in portable games since Zero Mission and Fusion are two of the most beloved games of the series. The clunky controls would have been eliminated had Other M been a 3DS title. Slap a few more epic bosses on this baby and it would have made a great 3DS game IF you're willing to embrace and enjoy the dark and emotional story that comes with it like I did.They may be two of the most beloved, but THE most beloved games almost always fall to Super Metroid and the Prime series with most people. And to say those aren't very open is more ignorant than most statements one could make about the game. Nintendo - Where even first person shooters ooze creativity.