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Metroid Other M review

Moving away from the first-person gaming of the Metroid Prime games on the GameCube and Wii, Metroid Other M takes the series into 3rd-person mode which goes some way to recreating the retro feel of Super Metroid, of which this game is a sequel. The game begins with Samus destroying Mother Brain, the Space Pirates and the entire planet of Zebes before being called to a research facility to answer a distress call named ‘Baby’s Cry’. And so the action begins after lots and lots of exposition. This time around Samus has a voice and even though it sounds like...

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Metroid Other M release date

It’s shocking to think that when Metroid Other M Wii comes to our shores, Metroid Prime 3 will already be three years old. Metroid Other M for the Wii was not only a surprise reveal at E3 2009 but along with the game’s announcement came more surprises. Firstly the game’s co-development with Team Ninja was an unexpected shift away from the previous partnership with Retro Studios and secondly, a new gameplay mechanic was unveiled. Metroid Other M is a third person adventure which fuses the classic retro 2D Metroid gameplay with modern first person shooter action. You control Samus in...

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Metroid Other M release date

At last we finally have a release date for Metroid Other M on Wii thanks to Nintendo’s recent media summit. Metroid Other M for Wii was originally revealed last year to everyone’s complete surprise and since then news has been quiet. The promise of old-school 2D gameplay for the core crowd and first person shooting for the younger Call of Duty fans may very well bring us all together for a terrific summer on Wii. The Metroid Other M Release date is June 27th 2010. Buy Metroid Other M now New: Buy Metroid Other M from Amazon.com Related: Metroid Prime...

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Metroid Prime 3 Corruption review

Time for my review of Metroid Prime 3: Corruption on the Wii and I’m in quite a unique position here as I can’t compare this game to the previous games on the GameCube as I didn’t play them. In fact, the only experience I have with Metroid games is Metroid Fusion on the Gameboy Colour which I played to the end and Metroid Prime Hunters on the DS which took a little getting used to but once I got the hang of it that was soon completed too. So, I live Metroid Prime games and was itching to try out...