Now this is the first console sequel to the franchise timeline-wise since Super Metroid for the SNES back in 1994 so it’s kind of a big deal (the most recent Prime series took place in between Metroid for the NES and Metroid II for Gameboy). Will Team Ninja (the developers) somehow manage to deliver an experience worthy of succeeding a title that regularly appears *atop most “best game ever” lists?
Or at least the one that I bought at launch coming up on four years ago. After months of the disc drive sounding more and more like a fucking wood-chipper, I was finally fed up with not being able to plug the damn thing in without getting an error screen. The final straw was when the system refused to read my Smash Bros. Brawl disc and kept crapping out when I was trying to watch shit on Netflix. Something had to be done…but what?
Its been 15 years since you left gamers scratching their heads in confusion and rubbing their eye sockets in terrifying pain! I’ll be celebrating this day with a sealed copy of Virtual Baseball that I just ordered off of Ebay because I’ve somehow managed to convince myself that I have a disposable income. Congratulations on becoming Nintendo’s most infamous failure!
Oh and he also just reclaimed his title as the reigning Donkey Kong high score champion, that sonuvabitch. I guess I should have seen this coming after the shit he pulled in the movie. Remember, “Billy Mitchell always has a plan” – which basically translates to “Billy Mitchell is a shameless cheat.”
I normally hate this cosplay shit but there’s a crack at a full on Legend of Zelda live action movie being put together by a bunch of those freakshows that caught my interest. It’s called The Zelda Project and apparently the idea is to use homemade costumes and real locations in forests and stuff to create the land of Hyrule. I’m guessing Detroit will double as the Dark World.