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**The similarities are reinforced in ''Ultimate'' via one of Dark Samus's [[Victory pose]]s, which focused on her visor and showed her eyes in a similar manner to the SA-X's debut scene.
 
**The similarities are reinforced in ''Ultimate'' via one of Dark Samus's [[Victory pose]]s, which focused on her visor and showed her eyes in a similar manner to the SA-X's debut scene.
 
*Dark Samus is battled alongside Ridley in the [[Event Match]] "Galactic Avenger" in ''Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS and Wii U'', with the premise being that Samus is fighting them to avenge her parents. However, technically, Dark Samus had no responsibility in the deaths of [[Chief Rodney Aran]] and [[Virginia Aran]] as the K-2L raid occurred decades before Dark Samus had been reborn from Metroid Prime.
 
*Dark Samus is battled alongside Ridley in the [[Event Match]] "Galactic Avenger" in ''Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS and Wii U'', with the premise being that Samus is fighting them to avenge her parents. However, technically, Dark Samus had no responsibility in the deaths of [[Chief Rodney Aran]] and [[Virginia Aran]] as the K-2L raid occurred decades before Dark Samus had been reborn from Metroid Prime.
*Elements of Dark Samus's characterization in ''Metroid Prime 3: Corruption'', namely her influencing various Bounty Hunters via Phazon (and in the case of Rundas, outright possessing him), resembles the Aurans from the 1956 Italian Sci-Fi/Horror film ''Planet of the Vampires''. This marks one of the few instances where the ''Metroid'' series makes a direct reference to ''Planet of the Vampires'' rather than the ''Alien'' franchise (the latter of which was inspired by that film).
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*Elements of Dark Samus's characterization in ''Metroid Prime 3: Corruption'', namely her influencing various Bounty Hunters via Phazon (and in the case of Rundas, outright possessing him), resembles the Aurons from the 1956 Italian Sci-Fi/Horror film ''Planet of the Vampires''. This marks one of the few instances where the ''Metroid'' series makes a direct reference to ''Planet of the Vampires'' rather than the ''Alien'' franchise (the latter of which was inspired by that film).
   
 
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