• @K-16

    No worries, man.

    Like I said, I see where Fraser was coming from, but I merely think that since he’s not exactly “in the know” (for lack of a better way of describing it) about the intricate details of Metroid’s past, he only saw it for what it was. Which is fine, but, y’know…the reasons are there.

    Nothing against Frash, of course. I…[Read more]

  • Pretty much that. Pokémon gets consistent main series releases every 2-3 years (with two games every time), and spin-offs galore. A new Pokémon game is like a new Mario game. Interesting, but expected. Metroid hasn’t received such a luxury, so while I’m willing to admit it’s just a logo, I’m pretty certain the fact that the series has been on i…[Read more]

  • “I think you might be missing the point of what I’m getting at. You can only speak for yourself with fan expectations and viewpoints, you can’t speak for all Metroid Fans.”

    I’m not attempting to speak for all Metroid fans. Hell, I’ve spoken with people in real life that aren’t exactly ecstatic over this. I’m speaking on behalf of the people tha…[Read more]

  • “you are not taking into consideration that some Metroid Fans are not super excited for a new studio to take the reigns of Metroid.”

    Despite me straight-up saying I’m just as wary as the next guy about the new team? I’ll even quote myself, if I need to. “I can understand the worry when it comes to this unnamed new team and I, too, share that…[Read more]

  • “I can be skeptical because they haven’t proven to be able to handle the Metroid Series, and the only talent we can base it off of is from Kensuke Tanabe, who’s recent foray into the gaming market was those last two games I mentioned.”

    I never said you couldn’t be, just that maybe your scepticism is a bit misguided in one area. I mean, we wer…[Read more]

  • “I can be skeptical because they haven’t proven to be able to handle the Metroid Series, and the only talent we can base it off of is from Kensuke Tanabe, who’s recent foray into the gaming market was those last two games I mentioned.”

    I never said you couldn’t be, just that maybe your scepticism is a bit misguided in one area. I mean, we wer…[Read more]

  • “I can be skeptical because they haven’t proven to be able to handle the Metroid Series, and the only talent we can base it off of is from Kensuke Tanabe, who’s recent foray into the gaming market was those last two games I mentioned.”

    I never said you couldn’t be, just that maybe being your scepticism is a bit misguided in one area. I mean, we…[Read more]

  • “Why announce a game when you have absolutely nothing to show of it?”

    I see where you, and by extention, Fraser are coming from, but the answer is simple enough, also. Like I said, the rumours flying about, in regards to a new Metroid Prime and that Retro Studios are working on something. It was to provide peace of mind to the fans, mostly.

    “I…[Read more]

  • “Why announce a game when you have absolutely nothing to show of it?”

    I see where you, and by extention, Fraser are coming from, but the answer is simply enough, also. Like I said, the rumours flying about, in regards to a new Metroid Prime and that Retro Studios are working on something. It was to provide peace of mind to the fans, mostly.

    “I…[Read more]

  • Okay. So I saw Fraser’s initial reaction and recent Show and Trailer for E3, and I kinda feel the need to talk about this. This is more or less just a more detailed version a comment I posted on the video itself, but regardless, here it is.

    First, let me preface this by saying I don’t think Nintendo “won” E3 by simply showing Metroid Prime 4. I…[Read more]

  • Adding on to that, and regarding Becky’s role in the voicing of characters…

    Again, nobody is forcing her to voice. If she truly does dislike voicing characters, she can stop. Any right-minded fan would understand that she doesn’t have to do it if she doesn’t want to. The only characters that she’s done voices for that are actually considered…[Read more]

  • Yep, that’s the one. Between this and the anime dub that is on the horizon, things are certainly looking up for fans outside of Japan.

    Pretty good pretty good.

  • The set is actually pretty expansive, all things considered. For Phoenix himself, it has several facial expressions (normal, shouting, shocked, and embarrassed), and you can interchange them along with his hands to emulate most of the sprites from the games. The hands themselves include the obvious finger-point (with the other hand as a fist), two…[Read more]

  • I think what everyone over here is really concerned with are things like figures (which need to be imported and therefore cost an arm and a leg). For example, I saw a while back, lots of people clamouring for an Apollo Justice plushie Capcom released for the release of Spirit of Justice. Despite that, it’s still Japan-only. Things like this are w…

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  • I suppose I’ll also add my two cents to the overall topic, rather than make “””””witty””””” jokes about how bizarre the hair of the main girl from Ghost Trick’s hair is.

    First off, where did you get the information that Becky outright dislikes to voice some of the female characters? Granted, she might not do as many voices as Fraser, but that’s…[Read more]

  • Fraser stop playing the Ace Attorney games

    Any reason as to why he should? Posting a single sentence, without any sort of explanation as to why you think Fraser should stop playing the games doesn’t really help anyone, hylian17.

    As far as Ghost Trick goes, honestly, the costumes wouldn’t be that bad. Fraser would be wearing a red suit with a…[Read more]

  • I think what people mean by “inconsistencies” is more to do with the cases themselves, rather than the overall plot. Some examples being –

    1. In “Turnabout Corner”, one of the final contradictions is that Pal Meraktis couldn’t have driven his car because of the panties being stuck in the exhaust. This is incorrect, and actually been proven to be…[Read more]

  • I think what people mean by “inconsistencies” is more to do with the cases themselves, rather than the overall plot. Some examples being –

    1. In “Turnabout Corner”, one of the final contradictions is that Pal Meraktis couldn’t have driven his car because of the panties being stuck in the exhaust. This is incorrect, and actually been proven to be…[Read more]

  • I think what people mean by “inconsistencies” is more to do with the cases themselves, rather than the overall plot. A few examples being –

    1. In “Turnabout Corner”, one of the final contradictions is that Pal Meraktis couldn’t have driven his car because of the panties being stuck in the exhaust. This is incorrect, and actually been proven to…[Read more]

  • I think what people mean by “inconsistencies” is more to do with the cases themselves, rather than the overall plot. A few examples being –

    1. In “Turnabout Corner”, one of the final contradictions is that Pal Meraktis couldn’t have driven his car to dispose of the body because of the panties being stuck in the exhaust. This is incorrect, and…[Read more]

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