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this piece was quite rushed,
i only got to play this game once and never again. i liked the progression of how samus got more sick throughout the game , the small detail could be seen when you shot a wall close up and see your face's reflection full of veins
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I really like the perspective of being some hidden camera near her sink. You did a great job distorting the background to have a "fisheye" effect.

Great work as usual :)

G3no responds:

much obliged

Great colors love the details. .and if you're a suckered for stereo optic effects look up Kung Fury full movie on YouTube lol

G3no responds:

can't lie to you, i do like retro-ish enviroments and effects

As always, really fantastic work. My only complaint is that you never actually say what games you're basing your works off of; I haven't gotten to play the last few Metroid games, for instance, so I'm not sure which one this is of.

G3no responds:

metroid prime 3 corruption for wii, it was a good play. i THINK, i'm not sure, that it was the first game to show the zero suit samus design at the end of the game

Samus hasn't been the same since Olimar threw that white pikmin at her in Smash 4.

G3no responds:

lmao, i gotta look into that

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