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I play the game with such an unabashed respect and passion that it’s hard to even put into words how I feel about it. I fawn over every gorgeous bit of visual storytelling; I proudly pat myself on the back every time I perform one of those little super-fan secrets that a lot of people don’t know about; I even cry over the ending sequence every single time.
If there were a scientific magical scale that could measure everyone’s love of a specific game, I think I could very well be at the top of the Super Metroid one. Heck, I am going to invent this scale just so I can make it official.
So, now that we have established that I love Super Metroid more than anyone else on the planet, it’s time to share. What game (or games) do you truly think you love more than anyone? Do you have a game you could confidently say you adore more than anyone in the world? Defend your pick(s) in the comments!
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