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9-08-2010 @ 8:07AM
I'm catching up on other games. I just finished Metroid: Other M last night. I also recently finished Saint's Row 1 and 2 and Red Faction Guerilla. I need to see if the latest Prince of Persia game has been patched yet (shipped with a game-breaking glitch). And I've got all 3 Borderlands DLC, but haven't gotten around to playing any of it. I also started Alpha Protocol the other day, but not really liking it much.
9-08-2010 @ 10:05AM
Speaking of which how did you find the 2.5D with a dpad - personally i disliked it to start with but in time i got use to it - its really most annoying when precision 3d movement is require but that is rare, personally i forgave any gameplay problems or the lack of the dimension due to the added dimension added to Samus's character. I always pictured her quite similar to how they portraid her.
9-08-2010 @ 10:17AM
The d-pad only bothered me on some of the platforming areas where I had to jump at an angle, but being unable to simply run off a ledge on accident helps.What irritated me the most was the forced first-person sequences where you had to look around and lock on to some tiny thing without knowing what that tiny thing is. Green blood on the grass, for example.But ultimately, I liked the game and will probably play it some more to try to get 100% item completion.
9-08-2010 @ 1:22PM
I'm currently replaying Metroid Other M trying to get 100% so that I can attempt Hard mode. I love the game. Have yet to see a metroid game that's a disapointment.This while waiting for some raid or something interesting on WoW.
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