9 new things about Metroid: Other M

How do Italian horror, WarioWare, and the Famicom relate to Samus?

Yoshio Sakamoto is known as the father of Metroid. Not that he likes the title. “I feel resistance when people credit me for creating the series,” he explained. “Maybe you could say I’m the one who raised Samus. But the Metroids were born by the Queen Metroid!” So began a fascinating peek into the brain of one of Nintendo’s oddest minds. Coy on Other M specifics, Sakamoto’s thought processes give us a salivating taster of what’s to come later this year…





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