Summary: I bought this game because I'd heard that it was awesome and I can only agree that it is so in every way imaginable. I like that it's fresh for being a remake and succeeds well in excelling the original Metroid game in all aspects. I don't like the parts where you're racing against time though. Also it tends to be a little on the easier side when compared to the other 2D games in the series, but for a casual gamer like me it's a great thing.
Brillant introduction to the Metroid series! Does not dissapoint!
17 October 2011
Summary: Anyone who loves the Metroid series will indeed love this inclusion. Reminiscent of Super Metroid (Metroid 3, Super Nintendo) this game allows the player to enjoy everything they loved about the early games except in an unknown map. Similar to the original it is not the same, in fact the original is included so as to compare.
Summary: This is a must for anyone metroid fan as well as anyone who's played metroid fusion or super metroid. Trust me when i say that although at first glance it make appear "kiddy-ish" its actually pretty good and i find it alot faster paced and more enjoyable than metroid fusion.
Summary: As many of you guys know, Metroid Zero Mission is a remake of the original Metroid game. And I think it's a lot better and easier than the original. The reason I say that is that one, there is a very easy to read map that will help you a lot. Two, there are save stations, and three, if you die you don't start at the very beginning of the area with 30 energy like in the original. Nintendo added something that I really like to this game.
Summary: Metroid Zero Mission is a remake of the original Metroid. With new graphics, Items, wepeons, and a new area! Help the Bounty Hunter Samus Aran explore the Planet SR 388 and destroy the Evil Mother Brain, and bring extiction to the vile Metroid.
If you are a Metroid fan, you will love to play it.
15 June 2011
Summary: Not to knock on Metroid Fusion's direction or anything, but it sure is great to see Samus back in her classic suit again. Metroid: Zero Mission is Nintendo's attempt to solidify the popular and successful Metroid series with a stunning, more coherent-but-mysterious storyline that fits what the company worked in for Metroid Prime. The gameplay remains as strong as it's always been, never straying far from what's already been established in past Metroid game.