(GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Metroid: Zero Mission (GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Game Profile

The full story of Samus Aran's first mission unfolds...

Experience the first of Samus's legendary adventures. Explore the mazelike Space Pirates' Fortress on planet Zebes that crawls with vicious new enemies. Hunt down Kraid, Ridley and Mother Brain using weapons and power-ups drawn from the entire Metroid series!

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Laurie Blake

From zero to hero

First things first, Metroid: Zero Mission is not a straight remake of the original NES Metroid with GBA quality graphics. It's a complete retelling and retooling of Samus' first 2D space adventure, including remixed areas, new power-ups and over a decade...

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User Comments (6)

StarBoy91

#1

StarBoy91 said:

I never bought this for some reason. My knowledge of the game is that it's a remake of the original NES Metroid, and I heard it's better than the original in many ways.

moosa

#2

moosa said:

Of course it's better than the original. In fact, it's better than Fusion. The original is of course awesome on its own merits but highly outdated at this point.

Ryno

#4

Ryno said:

Wow, I just started playing this and all I can say is I love it so far!

Spagem

#5

Spagem said:

i wnat this game but its so expensive and cramped looking. i hope they add it on the 3ds e-shop later on

Bass_X0

#6

Bass_X0 said:

Will you accept the Wii U eshop instead? I'm looking forward to downloading this.

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