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1,581. Posted: Mon 18th Oct 2010 01:20 BST
I've seen the softer side of Samus too and while it wasn't the best experience I've ever had, I found controlling her for the short 10 hour excursion satisfying enough. I wouldn't mind playing through more of her crazy; such as, the postpartum depression, her Electra complex, and the post-traumatic stress disorder. Though that all does seem like a lot to pile onto one person-even if they are a cyborg.
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1,582. Posted: Mon 18th Oct 2010 03:21 BST
I agree completely. I just want it better written. Hire a great writer (probably a japanese writer for obvious reasons) from outside of the game industry if necessary.
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1,583. Posted: Mon 18th Oct 2010 14:48 BST
You hit the game ending glitch I'm afraid. My advice to you is to download a completed game save and restart (if it's your first time through the game). Skip the cutscenes until you get back to where you were, but after that continue playing.
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1,584. Posted: Mon 18th Oct 2010 18:57 BST
makes you wonder... why doesn't nintendo just do something like this? it seems so impractical to send your whole system to them and have your data operated on instead of just putting a quick download up for your SD card on the official site.
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1,585. Posted: Sun 7th Nov 2010 22:33 GMT
I'm gonna start playing it today finally. Forget beating Super Metroid beforehand. I'm playing in sadness of me leaving NL.
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1,586. Posted: Mon 8th Nov 2010 00:49 GMT
The voice acting and story so far is both hilariously and monotonously cheesy and uninspired. Ironically the cutscenes look gorgeous, but at the cost of my Wii sounding like it's choking to death half the time when I'm playing.
The gameplay is kind of neat (Wiimote only for a third-person action game and all), but aside from sensemove and overblast the combat basically consists of pressing '1' a lot and moving Samus around from time to time. Concentration move is ridiculous and stupid (why even kill enemies if they don't yield any health?), as is "Samus decides follow Adam's orders and not use Weapon X," which made me laugh out loud the first time I saw it.
There is a certain sense of intrigue of exploring this abandoned space facility, I admit, but I'm sure actual horror games like Dead Space do this much better. Me being sure that I've spent more time watching cutscenes than playing the game so far draws comparisons to MSG4, but with such rave reviews I would hope that executes "gaming as an interactive movie" better than this. Uncharted 2 also has seamless transitions from gameplay to cutscenes, but that game is so mind-blowing I hesitate to use it and Metroid in the same post.
So far what I'm getting from it is that it's a decent or even a good action game, but the other consoles do this type of game much better and I wouldn't want to play most of those now after experiencing this. Metroid: Other M is the case for Nintendo not trying to create another epic, cinematic roller-coaster of a game and instead focusing on what they do best: fun.
1,587. Posted: Mon 8th Nov 2010 07:24 GMT
I'd like for Nintendo to try and do another story-driven Metroid game if they don't have Sakamoto write it and allow for their treehouse to translate it well, and have better voice acting. However, the story needs to be a couple of things next time:
Also, in terms of "characterizing" Samus, Other M does nothing new. All it basically does is turn her from an angsty-teenager Bounty Hunter into a woman Bounty Hunter. No, I'm not joking. Well, at least that's what Other M wants you to believe.
1,588. Posted: Tue 9th Nov 2010 02:49 GMT
I find this interview with the voice of Samus hilarious.http://www.gametrailers.com/video/exclusive-voice-metroid-oth...She even states she had "no previous contact with Metroid"
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1,589. Posted: Tue 9th Nov 2010 03:03 GMT
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1,590. Posted: Tue 9th Nov 2010 04:35 GMT
At least you can't say she was reading off the page anymore.
1,591. Posted: Tue 9th Nov 2010 23:40 GMT
She even states she had "no previous contact with Metroid"
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1,592. Posted: Wed 10th Nov 2010 05:00 GMT
ballkirby1 wrote:She even states she had "no previous contact with Metroid"So?
Well...it might've helped her get into character a little bit to at least watch the intro of Super Metroid.
1,593. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 21:30 GMT
I am LOVING this game. I've gotten to the giant, brown, maneating worms.
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1,594. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 22:46 GMT
Yes, I concur Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the better game, or the best game 2010...
...but Metroid: Other M is my personal favourite game this year.
1,595. Posted: Tue 28th Dec 2010 03:09 GMT
Oooh, awesome boss! Glad you're loving the game
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1,596. Posted: Tue 28th Dec 2010 03:20 GMT
I just got this game for Christmas. It'll be a nice mix up from the Prime games, definitely.
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1,597. Posted: Tue 28th Dec 2010 04:31 GMT
I personally don't wanna go back to THIS discussion but while the next game definitely needs far better writing, I really do hope they don't abandon having more narrative in the next Metroid game/s.
1,598. Posted: Tue 28th Dec 2010 04:37 GMT
Agreed. I think the narrative elements just need to be more balanced. I don't want to see any dialogue or cutscenes that don't absolutely have to be in there.
1,599. Posted: Tue 28th Dec 2010 04:38 GMT
I just thought of something. Samus Aran from Metroid: Other M and Dana Walsh from season 8 of 24 have much in common other than getting hatred by fans (I'm not one of those fans).
1) following someone's authorities for no apparent reason.Samus, why do you need permission from Adam to save a large black friend?Dana, either work for uninteresting terrorist or nonthreatening lowlifes, you can't do both.
2) blond and extremely attractiveSamus in zero suitDana in psychopath mode
3) Not getting their sweet revengeSamus didn't end up killing RidleyDana didn't end up killing the lowlifes
Do you agree that Samus Aran and Dana Walsh have similarities?
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1,600. Posted: Tue 28th Dec 2010 04:41 GMT
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