Metroid: Other M gameplay footage impressions

February 28, 2010 at 8:34 am 1 comment

If it’s done by Team Ninja, it MUST be good!

Some candy for the fanboys...Feeling chilly?

Feeling chilly?

Enter Metroid: Other M, the next installment in the Metroid franchise. Other M will be strongly focussed on different episodes of our favourite heroine’s life. Does it deserve it’s hype?


Simply put: yes. The concept is great and the game looks awesome. Other M will mostly use a 3rd person perspective, akin to the SNES and handheld installments of the Metroid franchise. However, there will be many opportunities where the 1st person perspective can be utilised.

Run Samus, run!

Other M looks very cinematic. The cutscenes we’ve seen so far are impressive for what the Wii can handle, and they truly give depth to the character of Samus. It’s great to see the woman metaphorically and literally behind the power suit. Apparantly the controls are easy to get used to (the wii-mote is held horizontally), so this games will probably be n00b friendly.

If I had to view everything from a visor like that, I'd be pretty damn annoyed...

Metroid: Other M looks to be one of the best (if not, the best) Nintendo releases this year, in what seems to be a VERY dry one for Wii-owners. Metroid: Other M is being released in the latter half of this year in the US and Europe.

Oooo 1st person~


Entry filed under: Videogames.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Baka!  |  February 28, 2010 at 8:46 am

    The screenies are great eye candy. Can’t wait till i get my hands on this.


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