Playing through a short section of Metroid: Other M last week, I couldn’t help but notice that the action adventure Wii title felt at times very much like the sort of game the makers of Other M said it wasn’t: An on-the-rails shooter.
“I’ve always been a non-violent person,” Tim Jones told me last week as we chatted in a subterranean nightclub in Manhattan. He’s a “peace and love” kind of guy and designer of a new video game featuring spine-dangling decapitations.
ASUS hears your cries, PC gamers. They know you’re not content with keyboard and mouse controls, that you’re desperate to get your hands on a faux Wii-remote to control the seven games that support it.