The last time we talked about Minitroid, I told you that I found the game comforting. Metroid: Other M was just about to see release, and I was scared the game would be too different. While Other M looked scary and unknown, Minitroid looked old and familiar. At the time, that made Minitroid the hotter option for me.
Now Other M has come and gone, and I'm still hungry for some classic 2D Metroid action. Mintroid looks like it will deliver on that. Even though it's just free PC game, it's one of my most anticipated titles right now. I can't wait to see how they pull off Ridley at that resolution.
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