Originally Posted by Uccisore
In other words, they made Samus like a woman.
Oh my god.
I'm not a feminist, I'll be the first to admit I'm sexist, however, anyone with even a basic level of intelligence should realize that portraying a woman like Samus as the stereotypical "distressed damsel" *IS* sexist.
=/= Emo train wreck
=/= Badass independent character with emotions under control
Only a hack writer / unintelligent individual associates genders like that.
on the NES or SNES it's not like the game actually had Samus speaking or any character development
Actually, through actions and monologues, Samus was portrayed as a strong, independent woman with
Same example as before:
"The Return of Samus (1991)
" . - She spares the final Metroid who is born and believes Samus is her mother, going against orders that the Galactic Federation gave her (Exterminate all
The Other M = inconsistent with Samus' previous portrayal(s). More than that, her behavior towards the character "Adam" is disturbing and downright offensive, EVEN TO ME! When you offend someone who openly
admits to being sexist, you -know- you've gone too far.