Summary: In my opinion, Metroid Fusion is the greatest GBA game released so far, as you try to help Samus recover to full strength to take on the X parasites, in an all new game from the creaters of the original Metriods.
Summary: This is the fourth game in the Metroid series which, until now, hasn't had the recognition it deserves. Hopefully, this is set to change, however, with the advent of this fantastic new Gameboy Advance update, and the upcoming Metroid Prime on Gamecube.
Summary: I have been a fan of the metroid series for years and have been awaiting the release of this game for some time. The only one I have not played is unfortunatly the first. I have played and completed both the second and the third (only released on the SNES).
Summary: Samus Aran returns to 'video-game-land' after an absence that, according to most game sources, was far to long. Fans of the original games won't be disapointed with this new version of the game, as it seems that the team have put a lot of time into both the story, and the game itself.
Summary: Metroid 3 on the SNES rates in my top 5 games of all time, so this version had a lot to live up to, and in some respects it is the reputation of its illustrious predecessor that takes away some of the sheen of this game.
Summary: Perfect game brilliant graphics easy controls go buy it.This is the best game ever. Progress through different stages of a space station fight a copy of yourself. collect previous powers to fight larger powerfuller enemies. fight mega powerfull bosses at the end of each level. THIS GAME IS THE BEST
Summary: I'll start off with a summary of my thoughts upon this game. It was amazing. I read magazines, and when told by several that this was a great game, I bought it. I had high hopes, but was pleasantly surprised by this neat little game. From the start, the graphics almost stun you.
Summary: I bought Metroid Fusion four days ago and I honestly haven't been able to put it down yet. The graphics are brilliant especially the opening. The science-fiction aspect plays a crucial part like the X-Paracite is justified clearly. Definitely the most challenging game I ever played on GBA.
When was the last time a floating ball of goo gave you ammo.
Richard Roper, Amazon
17 August 2004
Summary: Metroid fusion definatly is one of the best gba games. As they already lack shoot-em-up's(although they keep givin us platformers) it was a slightly new feel. The opening part wasok, a bit boring, but once more powers were regained, it became a pure fun game.