Remember how it blew your mind when you found out that the character you'd been jumping and shooting with in the first Metroid was a woman? Well, it turns out she was hiding a lot more than long, flowing locks under that Varia Suit armor.
The latest Metroid game, Other M, took some...liberties with the universe's story, and what it did to hero Samus in particular didn't go down too well. Many people blame the game's developers, Team Ninja for this, but that's not very fair.
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Dead or Alive: Dimensions for the Nintendo 3DS will feature a cameo from Metroid hunter Samus Aran, but she won't be jiggling alongside the rest of the DOA cast. Samus, sadly, won't be playable in the game.
Dead or Alive: Dimensions, the Nintendo 3DS entry in the long-running, extremely jiggly fighting game series, is coming from Team Ninja. That's the same team behind Wii game Metroid: Other M. Now the two are coming together. How?
Nintendo is warning players away from Metroid: Other M's potentially game-breaking locked door bug in Sector 3, but if it's too late for you and your save file, you're going to have to mail away for a fix.