Metroid: Zero Mission

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Metroid: Zero Mission

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Metroid: Zero Mission for GBA
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Players familiar with the original Metroid for the Nintendo Entertainment System will appreciate Metroid: Zero Mission's nostalgic nod to the 1986 classic in the game's opening. The first time this tale was told, Samus had to travel to the left to grab her first upgrade, the Morph Ball. Metroid: Zero Mission begins in the same way, but from there on out it's a whole new ball game.

Some of the levels in Metroid: Zero Mission are loosely based on the original game, but all-new maps and challenges will quickly prove to any Metroid fan that this a whole new experience. Samus begins the game with very limited abilities, but as the game progresses she gradually becomes more powerful. Each time a new upgrade is found, Samus can use it to gain access to new areas and power-ups such as missile and energy tanks. Thorough exploration and backtracking is the key to success in this game.

Metroid: Zero Mission delivers a huge, action-packed adventure. The environments Samus finds on Planet Zebes are massive, and there are plenty of equally large hidden areas waiting to be discovered. It's hard enough to simply complete Samus's mission, and only the best bounty hunters will be able to finish the game while finding 100% of the secrets and items.

  • An all-new Game Boy Advance adventure! Zero Mission is based on the original Metroid for the NES, but the experience is totally new.
  • Upgrade Samus's suit with classic power-ups from previous Metroid titles, plus all-new abilities like the Power Grip, Zip Line and more.
  • Cool cut-scenes bring Samus's incredible story to life like never before.
  • Beautiful graphics and an eerie soundtrack give each environment a unique, distinctly Metroid feel.
  • Release date Australia
    March 19th, 2004
    Game Platform
    • Game Boy Advance
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