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[[File:HalaTivoli-Ljubljana.JPG|thumb|right|200px|The Tivoli Hall]]
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A '''Hala Tivoli''' egy két sportcsarnokból álló létesítmény [[Szlovénia]] fővárosában, [[Ljubljana]]ban. A létesítményt [[1965]]-ben nyitották meg. A nagyobb, [[jégkorong]] csarnok 7 000 ülőhellyel rendelkezik.<ref name="SP Tivoli">[http://www.zavod-tivoli.si/index.php?page=sportni-park-tivoli Športni park Tivoli]</ref> Ha átalakítják [[kosárlabda]] pályává, a befogadóképessége lecsökken 6 000 főre. A kisebb, [[kosárlabda]] csarnok 4 500 férőhelyes. Ez a csarnok, ad otthont a [[KK Union Olimpija]] professzionális kosárlabda csapat meccseinek. Míg a nagyobb csarnok a [[HDD Olimpija Ljubljana]] professzionális jégkorong csapatéinak.
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| sorozat = ''[[Metroid]]''
| szinkronhang = Angolul: <br\>Jennifer Hale (2002–2007)<ref>{{cite journal|author=''Nintendo Power'' staff|date=May 2009|title=Power Profiles 26: Jennifer Hale|work=[[Nintendo Power]]|issue=241|pages=76–78}}</ref><br>Alésia Glidewell (2008)<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2010-02-26 |url=http://www.alesiaglidewell.com/bio.php |title=Bio - Alésia Glidewell - Voice Over Artist |publisher=Alésia Glidewell }}</ref><br />Jessica Martin(2010) <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gametrailers.com/video/exclusive-voice-metroid-other/707254?type=flv|title=Exclusive Voice of Samus Interview|publisher=[[GameTrailers]]|date=2010-11-08|accessdate=2010-12-08}}</ref><br\>Japánul: <br\>
Ai Kobayashi (''Metroid: Other M'')<ref name="jpcredits">{{cite video game |title=Metroid: Other M |developer=[[Nintendo]], [[Team Ninja]], D-Rockets|publisher=[[Nintendo]]|date=September 2, 2010 |language=[[Japanese language|Japanese]] |platform=[[Wii]] |scene='''Theatre Mode:''' Chapter 26/Staff credits|quote=''Japanese Voice'' - Samus Aran: '''AI KOBAYASHI'''}}</ref>
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{{Nihongo|'''Samus Aran'''|サムス・アラン|Samusu Aran}} egy kitalált szereplő a a [[Nintendo]] [[Metroid|''Metroid'' videó játék sorozatában]]. Első játék, amelyben feltűnik az a 1986-os ''[[Metroid (video játék)|Metroid]]''. Samus a galaktikus federáció volt katonájából lett fejvadász, robotpáncélt visel és rakétákkal és robbanóanyagokkal felszerelt. A sorozat szerint a galaktikus federáció megbízásából hajt végre fejvadász feladatokat, mint például megküzd az űr kalózokkal, és a vezérükkel [[Ridley (Metroid)|Ridley]]vel. Az eredeti ''Metroid'' karaktereit [[Makoto Kano]] tervezte, kivéve Samust, őt [[Hiroji Kiyotake]] alkotta meg. Az ötlet, hogy a karakter nő legyen, csak a játék fejlesztése közben jutott eszükbe, amikor az alkotok eldöntötték, hogy egy érdekes csavar lenne a játék végén, hogy kiderül a karakter neme. Samus az egyik első nőnemű videojáték főhős, és a mai napig az egyik legnépszerűbb a rajongók körében.
 
Samus szerepel mind a tizenegy ''Metroid'' videojátékban, de feltűnik a sorozaton kívül is. Szerepel a ''[[Captain N: The Game Master]]' képregényváltozatában, mind a három részében a többjátékos verekedős játéknak, a [[Super Smash Bros. (sorozat)|''Super Smash Bros.'' sorozatnak]], és [[Cameoszerep]]ben a '[[Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars|Super Mario RPG]]'' (1996), ''[[Kirby Super Star]]'' (1996), és ''[[Kirby's Dream Land 3]]'' (1997) videojátékokban.
==Történelem==
*Rendszeres sport események:
**[[KK Union Olimpija]] ([[Kosárlabda]]) Itt játssza az összes nemzeti és nemzetközi hazai meccsét.
**[[HDD Olimpija Ljubljana]] ([[Jégkorong]]) Itt játssza az összes nemzeti és nemzetközi hazai meccsét. ([[EBEL]], [[Szlovén Jégkorong Bajnokság]]).
 
A karakter már fiatalon árva lett. Egy földönkívüli [[madár|avianoid]] nevelte fel, aki a Chozo fajhoz tartozik. A Chozo harcosként nevelte, és megfertőzte a vérével, hogy még tökéletesebb harcos váljon belőle. Ugyancsak a Chozo adta neki a robotpáncélját. Ez a páncél képessé teszi egy Morph Ballá alakulni, ami egy gömb, ez a képessége hasznok amikor kis helyen kell átjutni, például egy csatornán.
*Egyszeri megrendezésű sportesemények:
**[[1965 World Table Tennis Championships]]
**[[1970 FIBA World Championship|1970]] [[World Basketball Championship]], the final round<ref>http://www.fiba.com/downloads/v3_abouFiba/mp/FIBA_world_championships_history.pdf</ref>
**[[1970 World Figure Skating Championships]]
**[[1970 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships]]
**[[1982 World Weightlifting Championships]]
**[[1984 World Nine-pin bowling Championships]]
**[[2008 FIFA Futsal World Cup qualification]], the Slovenia-Portugal play-off
**[[Jégkorong Világbajnokság]]:
***[[1966-os jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - A csoport
***[[1969-es jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - B csoport
***[[1974-es jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - B csoport
***[[1991-es jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - B csoport
***[[1993-as jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - C csoport
***[[1998-as férfi jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - B csoport
***[[2001-es férfi jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - Divizió I
***[[2007-es férfi jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - Divizió I
***[[2010-es férfi jégkorong-világbajnokság]] - Divizió I
 
==Leírás==
==Más tevékenységek==
Super Metroid játék kézikönyve, egy fiatal szőke 191 cm magas és 90 kg tömegű(páncél nélkül) lánynak írja le.<ref>{{cite book|editor= Scott Pelland, Leslie Swan, Jeff Bafus|title= Super Metroid Player's Guide |publisher=Nintendo of America, Inc. |page= 23 |year=1994 |quote=PERSONAL DATA — HEIGHT 6'3" / WEIGHT 198 lbs.}}</ref> Általában robotpáncélt visel, ami megvédi a legtöbb veszélytől,amivel szembe találkozik. Ezt a páncélt lehet még erősíteni a játék során felszedhető tárgyakkal.<ref name=cvg-history/> Legtöbbször a páncél egyik karján található egy ágyú<ref name=ign-history/>, amit feltöltve extra erős lövés érhető el, néhány rakéta, és különböző robbanóanyag.<ref name=ign-icons/> Ez a páncél képessé teszi egy Morph Ballá alakulni, ami egy gömb, ez a képessége hasznok amikor kis helyen kell átjutni, például egy csatornán. A páncél képes különböző tárgyakat scanelni, hogy megtudjon róluk többet, egy horgonyt kilőni, hogy át tudjon jutni olyan helyeken mint például egy szakadék.<ref name=ign-history/> A ''[[Metroid II: Return of Samus]]'' játék óta, Samusnak van egy űrhajója is, ahol a játékos tud menteni, feltölteni az életét vagy a lőszerét.<ref name=ign-history/><ref name="Gunship">"Gunship -- (It was given to her after her outstanding work on Zebes) The Gunship after being attacked by an X parasite in Metroid Fusion, crashes into an asteroid belt and destroys the craft ejecting Samus before impact. After that, the Galactic Federation provides her with a new starship."--> [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] (2008). (In-game description of the "Gunship" trophy.) </ref> Samus a robotpáncélja nélkül csak a videó bejátszásokban tűnik fel.''[[Metroid: Zero Mission]]'' játék óta simert a Zero Suit ami egy testhez simuló ruha, amit a robot páncél alatt visel.<ref name=ign-know>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://wii.ign.com/articles/118/1183695p1.html|title=Six Things You Didn't Know About Metroid's Samus Aran |publisher=IGN |date=2011-07-11 |author=Thomas, Lucas M. }}</ref>
A sport rendezvények mellett a Hala Trivoli számos koncert, musical
és más show otthonául szolgált már.
===Híres koncertek===
A következő művészek léptek fel a Hala Tivoliban:
*[[Louis Armstrong]] & [[Louis Armstrong#The All Stars|The All Stars]] - 1965, Április 4.
*[[Queen]] - ''[[Jazz Tour]]'' - 1979, Február 7.
*[[Uriah Heep]] - 1983. Május 16. & ''Wake the Sleeper Tour'' - 2008, December 13.
*[[Dire Straits]] - ''Brothers in Arms Tour'' - 1985, Május 13.
*[[Iron Maiden]] - ''[[Somewhere On Tour]]'' - 1986, Szeptember 12. & ''[[The X Factour]] Tour'' - 1996, Január 21.
*[[The Cure]] - ''Prayer Tour'' - 1989, Május 24
*[[Nirvana]] - 1994, Febuár 27. (Az utolsó előtti koncert, kicsivel több mint egy hónappal [[Kurt Cobain]] Öngyilkossága előtt.)
*[[Simple Minds]] - 1995, Oktober 19. & 2006, Április 8.
*[[David Bowie]] - ''[[Outside Tour]]'' - 1996, Febuár 6.
*[[Green Day]] - 1996, Március 23.
*[[Sex Pistols]] - 1996, Július 9.
*[[ZZ Top]] - 1997, Március 12. & 2009, Október 16.
*[[Faith No More]] - 1997, November 19.
*[[Bob Dylan]] - ''[[Never Ending Tour|1999 European Tour]]'' - 1999, Április 28. & ''[[Never Ending Tour|2010 European Tour]]'' - 2010, Június 13.
*[[Joe Cocker]] - 1999, november 7. & ''Heart & Soul Tour'' - 2005, Május 22.
*[[Rage Against the Machine]] - 2000, Február 8.
*[[Yes]] - 2000, Március 20.
*[[Steve Vai]] & [[Eric Sardinas]] - 2000, Április 13.
*[[Jethro Tull]] - 2000, Május 11.
*[[Sting]] - ''[[Brand New Day]] Tour'' - 2000, Május 14.
*[[Pearl Jam]] - ''[[Binaural Tour]]'' - 2000, Június 19.
*[[Michael Flatley]] & [[Lord of the Dance]] - ''2001 European Tour'' - 2001, Április 24-26.
*[[Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds]] - 2001, Június 13.
*[[Bryan Adams]] - 2003, Április 22. & ''Room Service Tour'' - 2006, November 26.
*[[Deep Purple]] - ''Bananas World Tour'' - 2003, December 5. & ''[[Rapture of the Deep Tour]]'' - 2006, Október 5.
*[[R.E.M.]] - 2005, Junár 17.
*[[Anastacia]] - ''[[Live at Last Tour]]'' - 2005, Február 19.
*[[Rammstein]] & [[Apocalyptica]] - 2005, Február 25.
*[[Mark Knopfler]] - ''ShangriLa Tour'' - 2005, Május 3.
*[[Svetlana Ražnatović|Ceca]] - ''Grom Tour'' - 2005, Május 20.
*[[Dream Theater]] - ''20th Anniversary Tour'' - 2005, Október 19.
*[[Lou Reed]] - 2006, Március 13.
*[[Joan Baez]] - 2007, Március 30.
*[[Zucchero]] - 2007, Május 12.
*[[Tori Amos]] - 2007, Június 26.
*[[Pink|P!nk]] - ''[[I'm Not Dead Tour]]'' - 2007, Július 5.
*[[Bryan Ferry]] - 2007, Október 10.
*[[Nightwish]] - 2008, Március 4.
*[[Bijelo Dugme]] - 2008, Április 5.
*[[Katie Melua]] - 2008, Április 27.
*[[John Fogerty]] - ''The Revival Tour'' - 2008, Június 14.
*[[Status Quo]] - ''In Search Of The Fourth Chords Tour'' - 2008, Július 2.
*[[Seal]] - 2008, Július 14.
*[[RBD]] - ''[[Empezar desde Cero Tour 2008|Empezar desde Cero Tour]]'' - 2008, Szeptember 4-5. (5.-én kétszer) & ''[[Gira Del Adios World Tour]]'' - 2008, December 16.
*[[Iggy Pop]], [[The Stooges]] & [[Psihomodo Pop]] - 2008, Szeptember 29.
*[[Jean Michel Jarre]] - ''Oxygene 30th Anniversary Tour'' - 2008, November 7.
*[[Lepa Brena]] - ''Uđi Slobodno Tour'' - 2009, Március 21.
*[[Il Divo]] - 2009, Március 27.
*[[Simply Red]] - 2009, Június 24.
*[[Armin van Buuren]] & [[Rank 1]] - 2009, Október 23.
*Dream Theater, [[Opeth]], [[Bigelf]] & [[Unexpect]] - 2009, Október 31.
*[[Eros Ramazzotti]] - ''Ali e radici World Tour'' - 2009, November 19.
*[[Michael Bolton]] - 2010, Január 25.
*[[Chris Rea]] - 2010, Február 22.
*[[50 Cent]] - 2010, Március 3.
*[[Billy Idol]] - 2010, Június 24.
*[[Prodigy]] - 2010, Június 30.
 
A ''Metroid'' e-manga bemutatja Samus származását is. A K-2L nevű bányász bolygón született és nevelkedett. Gyerekkorában [[Ridley (Metroid)|Ridley]] vezetésével megtámadták az űr kalózok a bolygóját. A támadásban életét vesztette mindkét szülője és a bolygója is elpusztult. Az árva Samust egy madarakhoz hasonló idegen faj, a Chozo találta meg. Ők elvitték a bolygójukra Zebesre. Samus DNS-séhez hozzá adták a Chozo DNS-t is, hogy a lány ellenállóbb legyen az idegen körülményeknek. Ezen a bolygón harcosnak képezték és megta ettől az idegen fajtól a robotpáncélját. Besorozták a galaktikus federáció rendőrségébe, de leszerelt mivel összeveszett a parancsnokával, Adam Malkovich-csal. <ref name=1up-girl>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=0&cId=3152658 |title=One Girl vs. the Galaxy |publisher=[[1UP.com]] |date=2006-08-07 |author=Oxford, Nadia}}</ref><ref name=ign-history/><ref name=ign-icons /> Samus ezután kezdett szabadúszó fejvadászként dolgozni, később még a galaktikus federáció adott neki küldetéseket,mivel a lány igazságérzete és különleges képességei miatt szükségük volt rá. Legtöbb küldetésén olyan nem kívánatos életformáktól kell megszabadítania a világot, mint például a Metroidok, akik az élet energiát biológiai fegyverré tudják alakítani.<ref name=ign-icons/><ref name=1up-girl/>
És még:
*[[Đorđe Balašević]]
*[[The Dubliners]]
*[[Tina Turner]]
 
==A karakter eredete==
Lemondások:
The style for the original ''Metroid'' game was designed to be a cross between the side-scrolling gameplay of the ''[[Mario (series)|Super Mario]]'' games and the exploration and puzzle-solving aspects of ''[[The Legend of Zelda (series)|The Legend of Zelda]]'' series, with inspiration from [[science fiction]].<ref name=ign-icons>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://stars.ign.com/articles/851/851622p1.html |title=Stars: Icons - Samus Aran |publisher=IGN |date=2008-02-12 |author=Schedeen, Jesse }}</ref> The game's characters were conceived by [[Makoto Kano (video game designer)|Makoto Kano]],<ref name=ign-history /> while Hiroji Kiyotake designed main protagonist Samus Aran.<ref name="nindori">{{cite journal |journal=[[Nintendo Dream]] |title=やればやるほどディスクシステムインタビュー(前編) |pages=96–103 |date=August 6, 2004 |issue=118 |language=Japanese |publisher=Mainichi Communications Inc.}}</ref> Samus is able to collapse into a ball to travel through tight areas. The ability, called the Maru Mari (meaning "round ball" in Japanese) in the original Metroid (1986), and later the more popular title of Morph Ball in Super Metroid, was conceived by the developers because it required less effort to animate than "a cyborg crawling on all fours", and the producer for ''Metroid'', [[Gunpei Yokoi]], took advantage of this shortcut.<ref name=ign-history>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://games.ign.com/articles/815/815011p1.html |title=IGN Presents The History of Metroid |publisher=IGN |date=2007-08-24 |author=McLaughlin, Rus }}</ref>
*[[Lady Gaga]] lépett volna fel 2009, Szeptember 6.-án, de a show elmaradt.
 
*Chris Rea - 2008
The game's atmosphere was influenced by [[Ridley Scott]]'s film, ''[[Alien (film)|Alien]]'' (1979).<ref name=ign-history /> Series co-creator [[Yoshio Sakamoto]] recalls, "We were partway through the development process when one of the staff members said 'Hey, wouldn't that be kind of cool if it turned out that this person inside the suit was a woman?'"<ref name=zero/> The developers voted on the concept, and it passed.<ref name=ign-history /> The game's instruction manual refers to Samus as if she were male to keep her true gender a secret until the end of the game.<ref name=cvg-history>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-03-04 |url=http://www.computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=173735 |title=The History of Metroid - Part One |work=[[Computer and Video Games]] |date=2007-10-15 }}</ref> Samus was one of the first major female protagonists in a video game. Sakamoto noted that during the course of the ''Metroid'' series, developers constantly try to express Samus's femininity without turning her into a sex object.<ref name=zero>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://gameboy.ign.com/articles/488/488084p1.html |title=Metroid: Zero Mission Director Roundtable |publisher=IGN |date=2004-01-30 |author=Harris, Craig }}</ref> Samus's image was based on actress [[Kim Basinger]] from ''[[9½ Weeks|9{{frac|1|2}} Weeks]]'' and ''[[My Stepmother Is an Alien]]''.<ref name=naked>{{cite book |title=''Super Metroid'' strategy guide |language=Japanese |publisher=Nintendo }}</ref> Sakamoto and Kiyotake said that the character's last name "Aran" was taken from Edson ''Aran''tes do Nascimento, the birth name of famous soccer player [[Pelé]].<ref name="nindori" />
 
==Megjelenése==
===A sorozatban===
{{Metroid Story Order}}
In ''[[Metroid (video game)|Metroid]]'' (1986), Samus is tasked by the Galactic Federation to track down Space Pirates on their home planet of Zebes. At the end of the game, she battles Mother Brain, the organism that controls the defenses in the Space Pirate base, and escapes in time to avoid the base's self-destruction. In ''[[Metroid II: Return of Samus]]'' (1992), the Galactic Federation once again commissions Samus, this time to exterminate all Metroid creatures on the planet SR388. She travels deep into the planet's caverns, where she encounters a Metroid Queen. After dispatching the creature, Samus discovers a small Metroid hatchling, which she spares. The baby Metroid follows Samus to her gunship, after it [[Imprinting (psychology)|imprints]] on her. In ''[[Super Metroid]]'' (1994), the baby Metroid is stolen by [[Ridley (Metroid)|Ridley]]. She travels back to the Space Pirates' rebuilt base on the planet Zebes. Locating the now fully grown Metroid, Samus discovers a new and more powerful Mother Brain. She defeats it with the help of the Metroid, which sacrifices itself to save Samus. In ''[[Metroid Fusion]]'' (2002), Samus returns to the planet SR388, where a [[Parasitism|parasitic]] infection nearly kills her. Galactic Federation scientists surgically remove large sections of her corrupted Varia Suit and inject her with the baby Metroid's DNA to save her, which alters her suit's appearance dramatically. To prevent the parasites from spreading beyond SR388 and the space station orbiting above it, Samus sets the station to crash into SR388 and barely escapes before both the planet and station are vaporized.<ref name=ign-history /> ''[[Metroid: Other M]]'' (2010), which takes place between ''Super Metroid'' and ''Fusion'', provides more information about Samus's backstory and emotional connection to both the baby and her former commander, Adam Malkovich, as well as her relation to all four Mother Brain designs, namely Zebes' Mother Brains, Aurora Unit 313 and MB.<ref>{{Cite news |first=Levi |last=Buchanan |title=E3 2009: Metroid: Other M Unveiled |url=http://wii.ign.com/articles/989/989404p1.html |work=[[IGN]] |date=2009-06-02 |accessdate=2009-06-02}}</ref>
 
In ''[[Metroid Prime]]'' (2002), Samus travels to the planet Tallon IV, which contains a Chozo colony in ruins and a Space Pirate base. There she learns of Phazon, a mysterious [[mutagen]] that can alter the genetic material of an [[organism]]. Samus is eventually able to access the source of the planet's Phazon contamination, a meteor impact crater, where she defeats the Phazon-infused creature Metroid Prime. In ''[[Metroid Prime 2: Echoes]]'' (2004), Samus is sent to the planet Aether, a Phazon meteor-ravaged planet split into [[parallel universe (fiction)|light and dark dimensions]]. There she battles the Ing, creatures that are able to possess other organisms, and Dark Samus, an evil [[doppelgänger]] of herself formed from the remains of Metroid Prime. In ''[[Metroid Prime Hunters]]'' (2006), Samus competes against six rival bounty hunters in a race to recover an alien ultimate weapon. In ''[[Metroid Prime 3: Corruption]]'' (2007), Samus is infected by Phazon and is slowly corrupted by the mutagen while she works to prevent it from spreading to other planets. By the end of the game, she renders all Phazon inert by destroying its original source, the planet Phaaze, and defeats Dark Samus.<ref name=ign-history />
 
===Más médiumokban===
 
Samus was featured in a series of comic books called ''[[Captain N: The Game Master]]'', published by [[Valiant Comics]] in 1990, based on the animated series of the same name, despite Samus never appearing in the cartoon version. In the comics, Samus is depicted as brash, money-hungry, and fiercely independent.<ref name=1up-girl3>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-24 |url=http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=2&cId=3152658 |title=One Girl vs. the Galaxy |publisher=[[1UP.com]] |date=2006-08-07 |author=Oxford, Nadia|page=3}}</ref> An article at [[1UP.com]] describes Samus in the ''Captain N'' comics as "rambunctious, reckless, and gets into pissing contests with Lana over Kevin's affections, which makes for some of the most entertaining situations in the series". The reviewer added, "Not to say that the deadly quiet, contemplative Samus who fights for truth and justice in the more recent Metroid games isn't awesome, but there's something compelling about a Samus who's greedy and conniving—and is proud to admit it."<ref>"Funny Pages''. ''[[1UP.COM]]''. [http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=0&cId=3135108 1]. Retrieved October 16, 2008.</ref>
 
Comic book and [[manga]] adaptations of ''Metroid'' games were also developed.<ref name=1up-girl /><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=1&cId=3135108 |title=Funny Pages: Games as Comics, Past and Present |publisher=1UP.com |last=Oxford |first=Nadia |accessdate=January 25, 2009 |date=September 30, 2004 }}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |url=http://mdb.classicgaming.gamespy.com/index.php?g=mp&p=comics |publisher=[[Dreamwave Productions]] |title=''Metroid Prime'' |journal=[[Nintendo Power]] |date=January–March 2003 |issn=1041-9551 |issue=164–167 }}</ref> Samus is a playable character in all three games in the [[Super Smash Bros. (series)|''Super Smash Bros.'' series]] of [[multiplayer]] [[fighting game]]s, where she can use her array of weapons in combat against characters from other video games.<ref name=ign-smash/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://guides.ign.com/guides/748545/page_58.html|title=Super Smash Bros. Brawl Characters: Samus Aran|publisher=IGN|accessdate=2009-04-10|last=Segers|first=André}}</ref> ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' (2008) also features an alternate form of Samus called Zero Suit Samus, in which the heroine loses her Power Suit and has a different set of movements and attacks. She also stars in the Subspace Emissary fighting [[Ridley]] with [[Pikachu]].<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.smashbros.com/en_us/characters/samus.html#3rd |title=Samus Aran|publisher=Smash Bros Dojo!!}}</ref> Samus also cameos in the ''[[Galactic Pinball]]'' (1995), ''[[Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars|Super Mario RPG]]'' (1996), ''[[Kirby Super Star]]'' (1996),<ref name=ign-smash>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://cube.ign.com/articles/096/096588p1.html |title=Smash Profile: Samus Aran |publisher=IGN |date=2001-07-13 }}</ref> and ''[[Kirby's Dream Land 3]]'' (1997) video games.<ref>{{cite video game |title=Kirby's Dream Land 3 |developer=[[HAL Laboratory]] |publisher=[[Nintendo]] |platform=[[Super NES]] |date=1997-11-27 }}</ref> Samus also makes a non-playable appearance in the Nintendo 3DS game ''[[Dead or Alive: Dimensions]]'' (created by ''Metroid: Other M'' co-developers [[Team Ninja]]).<ref>[http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-01-24-samus-not-playable-in-dead-or-alive-3ds Eurogamer: Samus Not Playable in Dead or Alive 3DS]</ref>
 
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Samus has been generally well-received by video gamers. Paul O'Connor, the lead game designer for [[Sammy Studios]] and a fan of the ''Metroid'' series, described Samus as a "quiet and mysterious presence in ''Metroid Prime''".<ref name=oconnor /> While playing ''Metroid Prime'', he felt a connection with Samus after sharing her exploration of an alien world and the catastrophe it experienced. O'Connor commented that curiosity about the unknown is a human trait, remarking that players empathize and identify with Samus because she is often rewarded for indulging in her curiosity.<ref name=oconnor>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/features/deepening-emotional-involvement-with-first-person-video-game-heroes/ |title=Deepening Emotional Involvement With First-Person Video Game Heroes |publisher=[[GameDaily]] |author=O'Connor, Paul }}</ref> [[IGN]] remarked that Samus has a cult following greater than most other female video game characters.<ref name=ign-smash /> In the book ''Videogames and art'', Andy Clarke notes that in the original game, ''Metroid'', the player is not briefed on Samus's past or future; the only interaction that they have with the character is by being her through gameplay, while bits of information can be gleaned from the handbook and through concept art. Clarke remarks, "Samus is very rare for the character intimacy gained solely through game play and for her stasis and then drastic change," referring to the revelation that she is female.<ref>{{cite book |title=Videogames and art |author=Clarke, Andy; Mitchell, Grethe |publisher=Intellect Books |year=2007 |isbn=9781841501420 |page=231 }}</ref>
 
On IGN, Samus was chosen as the most requested character who should have her own movie franchise by the website's users. The website remarked that her tragic past makes her a perfect candidate for a movie, especially the loss of both her parents to the Space Pirates. Among their list of voted characters, IGN considered Samus to be the video game character that "could lead the pack of video game adaptations that actually manage to live up to the source material".<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://stars.ign.com/articles/867/867018p8.html |title=Franchise Players 2: Reader's Choice |publisher=IGN |date=2008-04-16 |author=Schedeen, Jesse }}</ref> The website believed that Samus's theme song should be "[[Dude (Looks Like a Lady)]]" by [[Aerosmith]] because she "spends her time running around in a manly battle suit blasting first and taking names later".<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://music.ign.com/articles/876/876324p1.html |title=Every Hero Needs a Theme Song |publisher=IGN |date=2008-05-23 |author=Collura, Scott; D., Spence }}</ref> Samus's popularity led to a toy line; [[First 4 Figures]], a [[United Kingdom]]-based toy company, built 2,500 Varia Suit Samus figures, selling all of them.<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-07-26 |url=https://www.first4figures.com/component/option,com_myphp/Itemid,3/product,44/ |title=Samus - Varia Suit |publisher=First 4 Figures }}</ref> [[Nintendo Power]] listed Samus as their third favourite hero, citing her bravery in the face of dangerous situations.<ref>{{cite book |title=[[Nintendo Power]] 250th issue! |year=2010 |publisher=[[Future US]] |location=[[South San Francisco, California]] |pages=40, 41 |url= |accessdate=2010-07-24}}</ref> Samus ranked fifth on [[GameDaily]]'s Top 10 Smash Bros. Characters list.<ref>{{cite web |title=Top 10 Smash Bros. Characters - Page 6 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/top-ten-super-smash-bros-characters/?page=6 |publisher=[[GameDaily]] |accessdate=2009-08-07}}</ref> In his review of ''[[Super Smash Bros.]]'' for the [[Nintendo 64]], Former [[GameSpot]] editor [[Jeff Gerstmann]] called Samus one of the characters that made Nintendo "what it is today".<ref name="gamespotreview">{{cite web |title=Super Smash Bros. Review for Nintendo 64 |url=http://www.gamespot.com/n64/action/supersmashbros/review.html |publisher=[[GameSpot]].com |accessdate=2009-05-11 |date=1999-02-19}}</ref> IGN ranked Samus as the third-best character for ''Super Smash Bros.''<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://stars.ign.com/articles/844/844916p2.html |title=Super Smash Bros. Veterans' Day |publisher=IGN |date=2008-01-10 |author=Pirrello, Phil; Bozon }}</ref> Samus appeared in multiple [[GameFAQs]] "Character Battle" contests, winning the "Character Battle V" in 2006.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/contest/cb5|title=Fall 2006: The Great GameFAQs Character Battle V|publisher=GameFAQs|accessdate=2007-09-23}}</ref> GameSpot featured her in their poll "All Time Greatest Game Hero".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gamespot.com/greatest-video-game-hero/standings/index.html|title=All Time Greatest Game Hero - The Standings|publisher=[[GameSpot]]|accessdate=September 15, 2009}}</ref>
 
Samus' portrayal in ''Metroid: Other M'' received mixed reactions. Unlike other ''Metroid'' games, where Samus took full advantage of weapons and abilities available, she deactivated most of them until Commander Adam Malkovich authorized their use, despite obvious uses for them. For example, she did not turn on her heat-resistant Varia Suit, which would have let her avoid taking damage from high-temperature rooms, until Adam approved it after she had gone through multiple such rooms.<ref name="IGNReview">{{cite web|url=http://uk.wii.ign.com/articles/111/1111849p1.html |title=Metroid: Other M Review |last=Harris |first=Craig |publisher=IGN |date=2010-08-27 |accessdate=2010-10-23 |quote=But it's in the way the classic Metroid element of acquiring powers has been implemented in ''Other M'' that nags at me. In pretty much every ''Metroid'' game developed since its creation, players earn abilities as they go along – item pick-ups give Samus capabilities that enable players the opportunity to access areas that were once blocked off. The way it's written in ''Metroid: Other M'' is that Samus has all these features from the start. She decides, out of respect to the commanding officer Adam Malkovich, to deactivate everything and only reactivate them when he gives the OK. While the writers were probably patting themselves on the back for coming up with this plot device, it does not work in the context of the gameplay. You'll frequently encounter doors that can only be opened with a Super Missile, but Samus respects Adam too much to fire one to open up a chamber? Puh-lease. And when you wander into the dangerous and hot lava chambers, you wonder why it's taking Adam so long to give you the thumbs up to activate your Varia Suit function so that you don't take damage from the heat. There is a a story payoff towards the end for Samus' subserviency but it doesn't make up for the absurdity of Samus being somewhat of a mindless drone and refusing to activate her normal functions simply because Adam didn't say it was OK. It also muddies what used to be a big event in a ''Metroid'' game. Acquiring skills always felt like a huge prize, but in ''Metroid: Other M'' it just feels like a casual occurrence.}}</ref> [[G4 (TV channel)|G4 TV]]'s Abbie Heppe considered a portrayal of Samus as "sexist"; she wrote that she "cannot possibly wield the amount of power she possesses unless directed to by a man", and found that her anxiety attack cannot be reconciled with her previous portrayals.<ref name="G4review">{{cite web |title=Metroid: Other M Review |url=http://g4tv.com/games/wii/61992/Metroid-Other-M/review/ |last=Heppe |first=Abbie |publisher=[[G4 Media, Inc.]]| date=2010-08-27| accessdate=2010-09-02 |quote=In short, you're asked to forget that Samus has spent the last 10-15 years on solitary missions ridding the galaxy of Space Pirates, saving the universe and surviving on her own as a bounty hunter. Instead, ''Other M'' expects you to accept her as a submissive, child-like and self-doubting little girl that cannot possibly wield the amount of power she possesses unless directed to by a man.}}</ref> ''[[The A.V. Club]]'''s David Wolinsky echoes the misgivings about Samus's immaturity, petulant behavior, and misguided loyalty.<ref name="TheAVClub">{{cite web |url=http://www.avclub.com/articles/metroid-other-m,44831/ |work=The Onion |first=David |last=Wolinsky |date=2010-09-06 |accessdate=2010-10-02 |title=Metroid: Other M |quote=From ''Doom'' on through ''Gears Of War'', the term “space marine” has become shorthand for “ultraviolent gun-toting dude with a veiny neck as thick as a sequoia trunk.” In finally giving intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran a voice, ''Other M'' offers an intriguing new wrinkle on the dusty archetype: She’s immature, which is infinitely more shocking than when she was first revealed as female. (As if her suit’s giant ’80s-appropriate shoulder pads weren’t a dead giveaway?) It might not sound like a big deal, but ''Other M'' focuses on Samus almost to the point of being a character study. In her many internal monologues throughout beautifully rendered cutscenes, the previously strong-and-silent Samus owns up to being petulant in her time with the Galactic Federation, to having misguided, unshakeable loyalties, and to dealing with daddy issues. The characterization is a bold move, and turns out to be just one of many in ''Other M'' that make for a memorable, courageous, but somewhat flawed ''Metroid''.}}</ref> Tae K. Kim of ''[[GamePro]]'' writes that while the story and Samus' monologues did not compel them, "it helped contextualize her entire existence" which developed the character to "an actual human being who's using the vastness of space to try and put some distance between herself and the past".<ref name="GPro">{{cite web|url=http://www.gamepro.com/article/reviews/216283/metroid-other-m/|title=GamePro Metroid: Other M review|publisher=[[GamePro]]|date=2010-08-27|accessdate=2010-08-27|first=Tae K.|last=Kim|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20100902002356/http://www.gamepro.com/article/reviews/216283/metroid-other-m/|archivedate=2010-09-02}}</ref> Justin Haywald of 1UP.com found the portrayal "lifeless and boring" and "nonsensical".<ref name="1UPreview">{{cite web|url=http://www.1up.com/reviews/metroid-review|date=2010-08-27|title=Metroid Other M Review |publisher=1UP.com|author=Haywald, Justin|accessdate=2011-03-25}}</ref>
 
Bob Chipman of ''[[ScrewAttack]]'' applauded the elaboration on Samus's character. He argues that her breakdown is an accurate depiction of [[posttraumatic stress disorder]] and that she is portrayed as a three-dimensional character, a step up from the fans' long-standing misconceptions of Samus as "pathologically emotionless man-hating ice queen". Chipman also feels that "supposedly enlightened gamers and game commentators" are making gender assumptions that are "all in [their heads]."<ref name="TGO">{{cite web | year=2010 | title= The Game OverThinker Episode 40: Heavens to Metroid | url= http://screwattack.com/videos/TGO-Episode-40-Heavens-to-Metroid|publisher=''[[ScrewAttack]]''|author=Bob Chipman|accessdate=30-05-2011|quote=In ''Other M'', we find out that Samus has doubts, phobias, long-standing issues, and even though she’s a total badass who fights aliens for a living, she’s still full of insecurities and even weaknesses, especially about personal relationships and past tragedy. In other words, we find out that she’s a three dimensional character.}}</ref> GamesRadar wrote that ''Other M'' painted Samus, widely considered a strong female lead character, as "an unsure, insecure woman who desperately wants the approval of her former [male] commanding officer".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gamesradar.com/wii/f/the-anti-awards-2010/a-20110105103251841023/g-20090602105555875007|title=The Anti-Awards 2010|publisher=GamesRadar|date=2011-01-05|accessdate=2011-03-25}}</ref> Erik G of Koku Gamer wrote an article titled "''The Psychology of Samus and the Roles of Adam and Ridley''" defended Samus in ''Other M''.<ref name="The Psychology of Samus and the Roles of Adam and Ridley">{{cite web |accessdate=2011-03-19 |url=http://kokugamer.com/2010/09/15/the-psychology-of-samus-and-the-roles-of-adam-and-ridley |title=The Psychology of Samus and the Roles of Adam and Ridley |publisher=Koku Gamer |date=2010-09-15 |author=Erik G. }}</ref> [[Game Informer]] listed her 1st on their list of the "Top 10 Dorks of 2010", citing her "lame backstory" in ''Other M''.<ref>{{cite journal| year=2011| month=February| series=[[Game Informer]]| page=31| accessdate=2011-01-12}}</ref>
 
===Nem===
As a female in a male-dominated role, Samus has been considered a breakthrough for female characters in video games.<ref name=1up-girl /> [[GameDaily]] considers Samus the video game industry's "first dominant female, a femme de force that didn't rely on a man to save her".<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/babe-of-the-week-samus-aran/?page=1 |title=Babe of the Week: Samus Aran |publisher=GameDaily }}</ref> They also listed the discovery of her gender as the greatest moment in Nintendo history.<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-12-28 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/top-25-nintendo-moments/?page=26 |title=Top 25 Nintendo Moments |publisher=GameDaily |date=2008-12-12 |author=Workman, Robert }}</ref> ''[[The Irish Times]]'' found it refreshing to learn that the series' protagonist, who is "well disguised under the suit of heavy armour", is female.<ref>{{cite news |title=Super Metroid |work=The Irish Times |date=1994-08-13 |page=11 }}</ref> In the book ''Gaming Lives in the Twenty-First Century: Literate Connections'' by Gail Hawisher, Cynthia Selfe, and James Paul Gee, they wrote that Samus is perhaps the most nonsexualized female video-game character ever,<ref>{{cite book |title=Gaming Lives in the Twenty-First Century: Literate Connections |author=Hawisher, Gail E.; Selfe, Cynthia L.; Gee, James Paul |date=March 6, 2007 |publisher=Palgrave Macmillan |isbn=978-1403972200 |page=162 }}</ref> a belief shared by Steve Rabin, who in ''Introduction to Game Development'' also considers Samus as one of [[Nintendo|Nintendo's]] most popular video game mascots.<ref>{{cite book |title=Introduction to Game Development |author=Rabin, Steve |publisher=Charles River Media |date=2009-06-26 |isbn=978-1584506799 |page=29 }}</ref> Justin Hoeger wrote in ''[[The Sacramento Bee]]'': "Unlike most other female video game characters, Samus isn't some husky-voiced bimbo in tight leather included only for sex appeal. Samus is tough, silent, heavily armed and spends most of her time in a bulky suit of high-tech Power Armor."<ref>{{cite news |title= Samus Aran returns in two new games |work=The Sacramento Bee |author=Hoeger, Justin |date=2002-12-06 }}</ref> She was listed on GameDaily's list of hottest blondes in video games, described as both one of Nintendo's most famous protagonists as well as a "curvaceous, drop-dead-gorgeous woman".<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-12-28 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/babe-of-the-week-hottest-blondes/?page=9 |title=Babe of the Week: Hottest Blondes |publisher=GameDaily |date=2009-01-16 |author=Workman, Robert }}</ref>
 
The ''[[Toronto Star]]'' argued that the sexual politics surrounding Samus and the ''Metroid'' series needed to stop, as they considered it unwarranted. They remarked that although Samus is female, it is not a significant characteristic after considering the fact that she spends most of her time in a suit of armor that "precludes creepy ogling".<ref name=torontostar /> The newspaper believed that the "big crazy shock to the gaming public" that followed after ''Metroid'' revealed that Samus is female was "some seriously misspent energy [...] ''Metroid Prime''{{'}}s heroine is not a woman for the benefit of the sweaty/excited crowd, and neither is she a standard-bearer nor a courageous leader in the struggle for video game civil rights. She is a supremely talented action figure, and in the closeups on her helmet you can kind of see that she wears mascara, but that is all."<ref name=torontostar>{{cite news |title=A prime example of an action figure |work=Toronto Star |date=2002-12-03 |page=D04 }}</ref> Rupert Goodwins of ''[[The Independent]]'' wrote, "Samus Aran [...] is apparently female, although the [[Transformers|Transformer]]-like suit she wears could just as easily contain a large centipede; it's hardly a breakthrough for feminism."<ref>{{cite news |title=Samus it ever was|url=http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/video-games-samus-it-ever-was-at-last-a-game-where-a-woman-does-the-zapping-a-sign-of-the-times-or-just-a-gimmick-rupert-goodwins-wonders-1380927.html|work=The Independent |date=1994-08-02 |author=Goodwins, Rupert |page=22 }}</ref>
 
GameDaily ranked Samus seventh on a list of the Top 50 Hottest Game Babes, describing her as "a refreshing change of pace, a tough, no nonsense warrior that isn't afraid to remove her famous orange and yellow power suit and let her hair down, especially to reveal her skin tight clothing".<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/top-25-hottest-game-babes?page=45&cp=4 |title=Top 50 Hottest Game Babes on Trial |publisher=GameDaily }}</ref> The website also ranked her number one on a list of the Top 25 Nintendo Characters of All Time.<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/now-youre-playing-with-power-top-25-nintendo-characters-of-all-time/?page=25&cp=8 |title=Now You're Playing With Power: Top 25 Nintendo Characters of All Time |publisher=GameDaily }}</ref> In another article, they listed the "smart and sexy heroine" archetype as one of their Top 25 Video Game Archetypes, using Samus as an example.<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-12-28 |url=http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galleries/top-25-video-game-characters-archetypes/?page=26 |title=Top 25 Game Archetypes |publisher=GameDaily |date=2009-01-23 |author=Buffa, Chris }}</ref> [[UGO.com]] ranked Samus 11th on a list of the Top 11 Girls of Gaming,<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.ugo.com/games/gaming-girls/?cur=samus-aran |title=Top 11 Girls of Gaming – Samus Aran |publisher=[[UGO.com]] }}</ref> eighth on a list of the Top 50 Hottest Sci-Fi Girls,<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.ugo.com/movies/top-50-hottest-sci-fi-girls/?cur=samus-aran |title=Top 50 Hottest Sci-Fi Girls – Samus Aran |publisher=UGO.com }}</ref> and twentieth in a list of Top 100 Heroes of All-Time.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ugo.com/games/best-heroes-of-all-time?page=9|title=Best Heroes of All Time|date=2010-01-21|publisher=UGO.com|accessdate=2010-07-29}}</ref> The website noted that the original "jaw-dropping moment" was when Samus was revealed to be a woman in the original ''Metroid'',<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.ugo.com/channels/girlfriends/features/salutetoheroines/samus.asp |title=Salute to Heroines – Samus Aran |publisher=UGO.com }}</ref> a moment which ''Game Informer'' considers to be the greatest twist in video games.<ref name="GI 10twists">{{cite journal|author=''Game Informer'' staff|date=April 2007|title=The Top 10 Video Game Twists|work=[[Game Informer]]|issue=168|page=20}}</ref> [[GameTrailers]] named Samus number one on a list of the Top Ten Women of Gaming,<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.gametrailers.com/player/12352.html |title=Top Ten Women of Gaming |publisher=[[GameTrailers]] |date=2006-08-11 }}</ref> and number three among Axe's Top Ten Gamer Babes.<ref>{{cite web |accessdate=2009-02-25 |url=http://www.gametrailers.com/player/26082.html |title=Axe's Top Ten Gamer Babes |publisher=GameTrailers |date=2007-10-08 }}</ref>
 
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