Metroid: Zero Mission
Metroid: Zero Mission is a 2-dimensional Metroid game available on the Gameboy Advance. It was released two years after Metroid Fusion, but is in no way a sequel. Zero Mission is a remake of the first game in the series, Metroid. However, there are multiple differences between Zero Mission and the first game, namely an ending that was not present in Metroid.
 Storyline Overwiew
Samus is going back, back to the beginning. Before the destruction of SR388, before disaster struck on the Space Pirate's Frigate; she's taking us back to her first mission: Samus Aran's Zero Mission. The Galactic Federation in 20x5 can no longer stand as the wall between order and disaster. We find the result to be the Chosen One. The lone bounty hunter strong, mentally and physically, to take on the forces of anarchy that threaten the Universe. The Mother Brain must be destroyed, Kraid and Ridley must be struck down. These are your goals and you must stop at nothing to accomplish them. Will this be the end though?
- Multiplayer, 2 player mode.
- Up to fifty new enemies.
- 13 different Levels.
- Can connect to Gamecube.
- Once game has been beaten, the ability to play NES Metroid is present.
 Release Dates
North America: January 1, 2004
Japan: May 27, 2004
Europe: March 8, 2004
It was rated the 46th best game made on a Nintendo System in Nintendo Power's Top 200 Games list.
Metroid: Zero Mission received favorable reviews from most critics. The new ending was very well excepted by the gaming community, and the game was often thought of as an excellent remake. The game was rated as the 46th best game made on a Nintendo System in Nintendo Power's Top 200 Games list.
IGN.com gave the game a 9 out of 10, while GameSpot gave the game an 8.5 out of 10.
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