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Call Me Stupid But...
, POSSIBLE SPOILERS
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Joined: 16-February 05
One of the early videos released way back in the MP3 preview channel described the Aurora units and hinted strongly that there's a connection between Mother Brains and Aurora Units. The Metroid 1 item room theme played in the background as it showed a blueprint of Mother Brain's room from the games she's been in before.
Unfortunately, Metroid Prime 3 never clears this connection up, along with the countless other holes and questions it doesn't do much about. With such a prominent storyline next to prior Metroid games, it's surprising that it ends up with less depth than an episode of Spongebob. It alludes all over the place that there is infinitely more to the story, which there should be, but rarely is anything deeper revealed. Retro probably needed more time, but Metroid's 20th anniversary month was their unmissable deadline. Well, for the NTSC region of the world, at least.
What we do know for sure is that the Chozo created the original Mother Brain from Metroid 1, and the GF AUs came afterwards. Obviously they stole the technology of others as usual.
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