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Feb 12, 2005 | 3:23 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place February 13, 2005

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    Metroid Samus and friends sure are an entertaining bunch!

Author Comments

Edit: YAY! my first award! thanks NG!

I'm proud to present my first movie in months, Metroid Rogue Formula!

Samus has recently escaped from the planet zebes after investigating some activity on the surface. When she left, she gave her findings to an team of elite scientists to investigate them further. When she loses contact with them shortly after, what new threat awaits her?

Only 680k! Hope you enjoy it, i might make a sequel if I get a good response.

Reviews


Corrupted01Corrupted01

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

GREAT!!

this is good



KenDMKenDM

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fucking awesome

Please keep me informed of future works, because that kicked ass, how you made the action... and I ROFLMAO'D when she shotgunned with her armgun ^^


cap123 responds:

hehe, glad you liked it! thanks for the review :)


FunkyBlueMonkeyFunkyBlueMonkey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice Job Dude

Can't wait for the next one, there is gonna be a sequal right?


cap123 responds:

hopefully, it depends if i have the time or not :(

thanks for the kind review :)


Renegade-X5Renegade-X5

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good show

If he animated it using his own drawings, it would've caused the file to be HUGE. Althouh I liked the battle scenes, nicely done... but he could've used the walking sprite when Samus was walking sideways insted of side-stepping...

is there a sequel by any chance?


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Gladius1000Gladius1000

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good flash but has serius problems.

First off good job on this it is not to often we get a metroid sprite movie in the portal.This Movie was pretty kick ass.The action was pretty damn good and the sounds were clear and the music was good.However like many reviewers have said before me you realy need to learn how to make the sprites move with there legs instead of just paning them acros the screen.


cap123 responds:

ok thanks, i'm pretty sure i need to take this into accoutn next time. Although i'm working on a drawn project now, i'll make sure to take this into account next time.

thanks for the comment :)