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Metroid: Samus Returns For Nintendo 3DS Has Been Reviewed By Famitsu

The latest Famitsu review scores are in and there’s a game included this week that many of you are looking forward to, Metroid: Samus Returns. The Japanese publication awarded the latest entry in the Metroid series a more than respectable 32/40. Metroid: Samus Returns was awarded an eight out of ten by each of the four reviewers.

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  1. While obviously I wished it’d scored higher so more people would probably buy it, I guess there’s nothing I can really do about this so I might as well leave samus return’s sales up to fate and not worry about it so much.

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      1. Yeah you could be right but, if it does end up not getting good enough scores to get loads of sales (and result in loads more 2d metroid games) then I guess that’s that and we can’t do anything but accept it.

        I’m actually making a game heavily based on metroid fusion as its my favorite game period, so I might as well work on that rather than just worry all the time about sales y’know?


    1. Same here. But ultimately I think we should just try and enjoy the game and not worry about sales in case it doesn’t do so well. Why worry about what we can’t change? I guess all we can do is hope for the best!

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      1. I agree with you, but would be so sad if this game flops in sales and they stop developing metroid games.

        Personally i find interesting how many people say to love the franchise yet they don’t buy any game, look how Prime 3 performed on wii (it sold well) but with that install base of users it could have been better. Metroid deserves more recognition as i see Samus as one of Nintendo’s holy trinity (Mario, Metroid and Zelda). Let’s hope for the best.

        I heard that AM2R fans are trying to boycott this game, i hope it is not true.

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      1. ||Porque son imbeciles, solamente pueden ver lo que leen, no saben mas que eso…||


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