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On the subject of platforming, all I could find from the article was this quote: "The game would be a shooter that combined the platforming of Super Mario Bros. with Zelda's non-linear exploration, plus a unique element all its own: atmosphere. Yokoi was a big believer in applied technology. He wasn't interested in reinventing wheels... he just made better wheels." Note the key phrase here:...
spemanig said: MTZehvor said: ...not quite sure how Prime "isn't Metroid." The essence of Metroid is isolated exploration of a non-linear environment while slowly becoming more powerful through personal discovery. Metroid Prime is...isolated exploration of a non-linear environment, and you slowly become more powerful by discovering various powerups and upgrades. I suppose you can...
spemanig said: All three were unsatisfactory in my entirely not humble opinion. Metroid lost good platforming and vertical level design, Zelda lost nonlinearity and exploration, Mario lost linearity, platforming focus, and started recycling content. None were good transitions for their franchises. Though not technically a 3D platformer, but an isometric one, it gets closest to the core of...