ddddd wrote:The can foresee the future, vaguely, but they have seen enough to know that a savior will come. They know that they can't erradicate phazon, but they know this savior can. Because of this they set up the entire planet to help her and increase her chances. They even knew the pirates would not be able to decipher nor destroy the seal (original ntsc version)
That right the is proof that you're wrong.
ddddd wrote:Because they cant or couldnt destroy it. We don't know if they tried or not, but we do know that they decided to do this. And as far as Tallon IV concerns, it worked.
Wrong, they could have easily destroyed it they just chose not to because Retro can't wright a believable narrative.
ddddd wrote:The timaframe between the pirate's raid on zebes until Super Metroid. If the feds did actually went there to recover her ship (the info about the ship surviving sammy's mission on zebes was written before ZM was released, so I have my doubts about how canon it is) , then it seems it was all they did.
Except its been stated that they did much more then that. Retro themselves seem to been the ones that made it clear that Feddies did in fact do recon on Zebes makes it an even bigger plot hole.
ddddd wrote:It is just a flashy cutscene, it has little value other than explain why she lost the items. You are drawing a conclusion from one cutscene.
No, it was bad writing. Samus shouldn't have lost her equipment at all. Scenes like that ruined the franchise as many invest a great amount of faith in it.
ddddd wrote:Sakamoto has shown little concern about the primes, he doesn't care a single bit about them. If he chose to have soldiers using ballistic weapons it has absolutely nothing to do with the primes, as their inclusion doesnt make them any more canon. It shows however that ballistic weapons (which we dont know anything about) are effective in the future alongside with energy and explosive weapons (which the Anhur crew DOES posses as well)
You're full of BS, Sakamoto has gone on the record saying that he was trying to not contradict them.
ddddd wrote:Phazon has everything to do with the series. Without it, the pirates would never have become the threat the were in corruption.
That has nothing to do with it, Echos made it clear that the Pirates none phazon technology was better then the Federations which is bull.
ddddd wrote:The local science team may or may not be more powerful than the stranded Anhur crew, but that doesnt change the fact that he pirates on Aether wouldn't be able to defend themselves from a full scale assault, they are a small crew (they were trying hard to not be detected and requested extra troops when they couldnt handle the ing). The Ing also killed their share of pirates too, and even then it doesnt matter much as they can posses dead bodies anyway.
It does matter because the Ing can't posses the dead the same way they can the living. This is why the Luminoth killed them selves when the Ing possed them and the reason why the possessed Trooper corpses didn't move around like the rest of the Darklings.
ddddd wrote:Gfed data logs belong to the single trooper that was wearing that suit, these are personal entries. The log never mentions that others dont believe this, only that one guy. And again, not everybody will believe it even if it is official, it happens.
You've missed the context of his log.
ddddd wrote:The feds that have PEDs are quite capable of taking pirates out, but again, due to small resources, knowledge, and time, not every trooper can be equipped with them.
You don't understand, the Galactic Federation was useless in MP3 for no reason other then
ddddd wrote:The game NEVER says it is the birth place of the pirates nor that it is the only homeworld they have, but I can see why people would get the wrong idea.
But it did say that, Retro was clearly in the wrong hear and no amount of blind denial is going to change it.
ddddd wrote:Due to this the trilogy edition makes this clear in the art booklet, but not a single word was changed in the game data.
You saying this just proves that you're a blind fanboy.
ddddd wrote:And now the new facts retconed it, and what happened on the primes, Zero mission, and other m are now the new source of canon facts and override previous facts. Meaning that the actual events are what actualy happened.
No, Retro ****ed up the story because they believe that their above doing actual research. If Retro was actually intending to retcon some of the more important I'm sure Sakamoto would have tried to stop them.
ddddd wrote:What explanation? They seem to be from the bottle ship. If Sakamoto has explained why there are pirates on bsl other than being from the bottle ship, you may have to inform other fans about it.
Right, because bunch of know it alls like yourself ever listen to people that actually have an idea as to what their talking about. In an interview, Sakamoto was asked why there were Space Pirates on BSL, if they were specimens. He basically replayed that no they were remnants of the group that the Galactic Federation defeated while Samus was on Zebes and it was their random attack on the BSL that helped cased the event to take place.
Following the commands of this blunt, computerized CO is something I have to bear, as it was a condition of my taking the ship. For someone who dislikes taking orders, this is the second time I've found myself having to do so. It makes me recall my other CO...
ddddd wrote:What fact? Fusion never stated that Adam was her only CO, Other M is the game that introduced that, and there was no way Retro would know that was going to be stated.
ddddd wrote:And even then, Dane or 212's role are ambiguous.
It sounded like they were giving orders to me. Those parts were they give her orders is what gives it way.
ddddd wrote:Every planet in the series has historic resources. They are all valuable to the feds.
That's conjecture, we actually understand what the importance of Zebes is.
ddddd wrote:And the games have proven that they didn't need to do that. Perhaps if Samus had failed one of her missions they might as well take that option.
No it didn't, there's nothing in MP3 that suggest that Dark Samus plan was sound or that sending Samus down to Phaaze was a better option then dropping an antimatter bomb on it.
ddddd wrote:Many of your criticisms are based solely on what you see or don't in-game.
All criticisms is based on what is and isn't in a product. There's a big difference what I'm doing and what you're doing. You think that just because there's not mention of something existing in a story means that it can't possibly exist which is wrong I'm saying that facts established about a series have to be taken into consideration and pointing out how they weren't.