Summary: I loved this game when I was younger, and replaying it now I see why. If you're a fan of exploration, puzzle-solving or side-scroller games, I'd definitely recommend at least giving Metroid Fusion a look, if not a buy. Can't recommend it enough.
Summary: Metroid Fusion is one of the long line of brilliant games made by developer Intelligent Systems, who made not only the classic Super Metroid, but are responsible for the Fire Emblem, Wario Ware, Paper Mario and Advance Wars series. Ten years on, and it hasn't aged a drop. The music is distinct and still surprisingly well composed despite the limitations of the system. The graphics are crisp and colourful, and well animated.
A Blast From The Past...I Mean The Future...I Mean, Uh...
Matthew Stoneman "90's Guy", amazon.co.uk
7 June 2012
Summary: Some games are as easy as pie and some are as tough as iron girders. But very rarely does a game get the difficulty pitch just perfect: starting off easy, then gradually narrowing the margin for error before testing the gamer's skill to the max right at the end. Well that's what 2002's Metroid Fusion for the Game Boy Advance succeeded in doing, and it's a brilliant run-over-your-own-mother-just-to-get-your-hands-on-an-old-copy game because of it.
Summary: having played through Zero Mission I was pretty hopeful for the latest of Samus Aran's adventures but oh boy was I undervaluing the game, simply put it is an excellent game, my favourite one for the GBA. The game plays really nicely being set upon a space station, where other games left you in the dark in this you were regularly kept up to date of your next objective and so it is a good game for new people to the series and youngsters alike.
Summary: I've had this game for years now and i've completed it about seven times and a really don't usually do that... Its probably the best handheld game i've ever played if you want action you'll get lots of it. The game is straight forward in its own way with lots of twists.
Summary: If you rush into Fusion expecting it to be a Mario clone... Don't. This is a cold and lonely game that will split gaming forums down the middle. I'm only giving 5 stars because it is my type of thing but if you want a 'twitch sensitive, chucking your character across the screen game' stick with Sonic, Mario or even Lady Sia if you really want.
Summary: This is a fantastic game by nintendo.It is the 4th metroid game where samus encounters the X virus.From the very beggining of the game it will keep you thrilled with the tricky levels,excellent scenery and immence storyline.You will encouter destructive bosses and cool upgrades to your suit.
Summary: Probably one of the best single player games on the advance. A whole new Metroid adventure for nintendos hand held. It isn't as timeless or as classy as the Snes game, which some consider to be the greatest game ever created. It is best played it lengthy bursts, 20 to 40 minute sessions. Lots of jumping and shooting but mostly you'll be exploring, looking for ways forward. Normal baddies are easy kills, boss battles are epic and difficult.