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14 years ago @ The Wiire - E3 09: New Metroid Ann... · 0 replies · +2 points
Hehe. Ok, fine. Horrible joke.
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14 years ago @ The Wiire - E3 09: New Metroid Ann... · 8 replies · +3 points
One word: Yes.
14 years ago @ The Wiire - JOYSOUND Microphone Is... · 1 reply · +1 points
Silent but deadly...
14 years ago @ The Wiire - Nintendo Reveals Class... · 1 reply · +1 points
14 years ago @ The Wiire - Metroid Site Teases th... · 0 replies · +1 points
But... I still don't understand WHY Retro would put a similar looking ship to Sylux's in Prime 3, unless they were going to do a spin-off or explanation.
This COULD be that explanation, but what would it have to do with Space Pirates?
Of course, we could be going out on a limb by even thinking this theory is what the banner is for. It could have NOTHING to do with Sylux, Prime 3, or even the Prime series for that matter.
14 years ago @ The Wiire - Metroid Site Teases th... · 3 replies · +1 points
A very interesting thought just came to me. What if this "side story somehow links Sylux, owner of the Delano 7, to the Space Pirates, thus the "From the perspective of the Space Pirates," and makes the connection of what in the world Prime: Hunters had to do with the actual Prime series, and informs us on who and what the secret ending really meant.
And for those of you who don't know the background between Sylux and the Space Pirates, apparently Sylux stole Pirate technology.
This leads me to another thought. What if the Delano 7 was the Pirate tech, and the ending was showing Space Pirates? Or what if it was supposed to be Dark Samus for that matter!
14 years ago @ The Wiire - Metroid Site Teases th... · 1 reply · +1 points
I despise the thought that it could be a Prime: Hunters or Pinball continuation as I personally disliked those games in many ways. (Now, I've played and beaten both games, and I was the one who played over 300 hours of Hunters multiplayer, mostly with bots.)
So, as Mike has pointed out, don't get that excited. If they were working on something big, someone would have said something at E3, if not several other places. Plus, Retro isn't one to hide things. Remember Echoes? That looong wait we had to suffer through? It wouldn't be coming soon if they haven't released anything publicly - which they haven't.