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I remember that point-and-click Pac-Man game! I used to play that a lot. I think I only managed to get Pac-Man pissed off once, but the rest of the time he was pretty chipper. I remember something about...helping Mrs. Pac-Man with a couch? Or something? I dunno, it's been a long time.
On the topic of Metroid being survival-horror, I would definitely agree. But I think the true survival-horror game of the series was Fusion, which is by far my favourite. Then again, I haven't played much of Super Metroid and I might end up liking that one better. But, in Fusion, you weren't just alone with low resources, you were also being tracked down by a horrifying creature that looked like you. And there were dead things and gross shit everywhere. Fusion was the only game of the series (I'm talking about the side-scrollers) that actually disturbed me to a certain degree. Metroid is definitely about feeling isolated and surviving, but Fusion gave that to you ten-fold. The entire game was a massive mind-fuck. My only problem with Fusion was that you were able to talk to others outside of the station, which made you feel less alone. Take that out and it would be perfection. Uh...Long paragraph.