This is a masterpiece that Nintendo should be ashamed of. DoctorM would be cool with his project being used to promote Nintendo's own remake I feel like. See you in the next mission : This is very disappointing. It's the best Metroid game in years and since it's on the internet, people will still discover it in the future and play it. Good luck in your future endeavors. The controls were changed to be more rigid, in line with the gameplay of later titles in the series.
If you adjust the log a bit, this will become a non-issue. After the game had been made public, several artists contacted Guasti and volunteered to create original art for the game: the Metroid evolutions were redesigned, and new enemies and areas unrelated to other Metroid games were added. It also basicaly says that if we want to have a say in what we want out of Nintendo, we need to go take a course in videogame programming and work for them also before they'l even consider listening to anything we have to say. Metroid is my favorite series and I always found Fusion and Zero mission to be my favorite style and play control. Makes me wonder how badly the game is going to do now that fans of Metroid are quite disappointed in Nintendo. As for use in commerce, the ad revenue Metroid Database makes is arguably using the Metroid trademark to attract Internet traffic and thus revenue. I'm slowly losing my respect towards Nintendo.
They're still playing Metroid, thinking about Metroid, thirsting for canon Metroid - and that's what counts to their bottom line. We do not advocate acts of piracy in this subreddit. And many people have said this already, but thank you. Yes, they should have taken a much more forward thinking, tasteful approach as we've seen from Sega or even simply let you know that they weren't okay with the project when you started going public. They ave ignored the fans for way too long, after Federation Force , the strike they give you was the final nail in the coffin. Nintendo has every right to protect their products, regardless of how anybody feels, was it good yeah sure, but still using trademarked material, I too am a huge Metroid fan and we all deserve a great Metroid game, maybe start a petition or whatever to send to Nintendo to try to get the ball rolling.
For providing us with an amazing experience Metroid and Gaming in general , for paying the Metroid series an untold amount of respect through your endeavours because it really, really shows , and for dealing with this situation with evident maturity methinks, you had seen this coming from the very early days of this game's making; and, I think I speak for everyone when I say, thank you for persevering. While maybe both you and Nintendo can reach out to each other to figure a better way of sustaining this project rather than simply taking it down, since Nintendo has made some of the fans feel uncomfortable and frustrating, which we really do not let it happens, it could be one of the best days in our life. Nintendo really needs to revisit this and personally I feel like you should maybe start a patreon and or petition website, or maybe even an indiegogo page explaining the situation because your hard work and effort deserves the recognition, not a simple shutdown as if it never existed. Ars may earn compensation on sales from links on this site. I'm not sure on how many years I've watched your progress, but I know it was very early into it. I am deeply sorry for what happened to this fantastic game that you spent the last 10 years loving and caring for, and I am really looking forward to hearing of your future endeavors. I've played it through quite a few times already and it's easily become one of my favorite games of my favorite series.
As long as there is at least some way to polish up that 1. The player confronts these Metroid bosses often, and has to defeat 55 of them. Those fuckers can't give us a Metroid game and they fucking make sure no one else gives it as well? And when Nintendo does something like this, it reminds me of why I just plain won't deal with them anymore. I am sure that you can keep all the enemy designs as they look nothing like the Lego pixel enemies from the original which are probably 20x20 pixels where yours 500x500 in average? See, if Nintendo was smart they'd actually work something out instead of just shutting them down. I don't usually play fan-made games, usually because of the ones that I've played the quality differs greatly from professionally made titles, but sometimes something glimmers through the muck and outshines even some biggest stars out there. .
My favorite parts were the first omega fight, and seeing the giant chozo statues on top of the tower. Good luck in your programming future as well. Maybe if we, as the fans, hit their bottom line in retaliation for their treatment of, not only Doc, but all the fangames out there, maybe they'll stop behaving like Nazis and loosen up a little like Sega did. Hello Darkness my old friend. If you ever decide to go this route and need someone to collaborate with for coming up with a story, please feel free to get in touch because I would love to write a story behind a game.
It does not just cover assets like pixel art, music, and coding. If they want to add being an ss on top of being unable to make a game that their original fans 30 somethings and 40 somethings can enjoy more power to them. I think you could safely release the code a couple of years from now on some obscure part of the internet, but it's your choice. If you must know how, a Google search will be sufficient. What you encounter right now with Nintendo makes me kinda sick. Nintendo absolutely lose points here as far as I'm concerned. If Nintendo was a bit more like other companies, they would reward the hard work and help release it.
Federation Force is a prime example of how to not listen to your fans. Thank you so much for all the effort you and your team have put into the game, I have had pure consistent fun throughout the time I was playing the remake. I'd hazard a guess that nobody at Nintendo played the game to the end. It seems that they wanted fans to get a chance to get the full game before taking the downloads down to save face. This '5 minute game' that Nintendo has given us is not the answer. I wish you the best for whatever future projects you may work on This game.