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.
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.
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...
Summary: I purchased this game because I love the Metroid series. I love the fact it is a remake of the classic original NES Metroid. There is very little to dislike aside from the lack of difficulty. This is one of the best in the series, a truly underrated Nintendo classic!
Summary: The game work great, and I have had a Blast playing it. Makes me think of times from few years ago. Even though the game is older it should be a fun time for all who like the old side scroll action game.
Summary: The game is an instant classic, combining the iconic adventure and story of the original Metroid with the graphical horsepower made possible by the GBA. From the intelligent platforming challenges, to the frantic boss battles, this game has you running and gunning, and thinking about your next move...
Summary: Metroid Zero Mission is a remake of the original 1986 Metroid game for the NES. It follows the map to the letter, while adding a few flavors of its own to make it original in its own right. It's relatively short, however, so don't expect a Super Metroid or Metroid Fusion-scale game from this one.