Metroid: Zero Mission Review

Metroid: Zero Mission Review

The entire presentation and the gameplay itself are totally first-rate in Metroid: Zero Mission. You’ll just wish that there were more meat to the game.

Metroid: Zero Mission Is A Remake Done Right

This is a Metroid: Zero Mission review, a remake of the 1986 original Metroid, with modern sensibility and is the definitive version of the origin story of Samus Aran.

The original Metroid on NES lays a foundation for the Metroid series and metroidvania subgenre, but as it was the first, it had a bit of a rocky foundation that makes it more frustrating than fun. Still it would help lay the foundation for further metroidvania games. Explore a world of nostalgia with collection of emulated games.

This Metroid: Zero Mission review, analysis, critique, and retrospective looks at how the game improves on its original, where it excels, and where it falls a bit short.

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In this Metroid Zero Mission review, we’ll take a look at what lead to this remake happening, some comparisons to the original, what we encounter, and some thoughts, feelings, and critiques along the way.

Metroid titles are always fun to do a retrospective on!


00:00 – Prelude
01:38 – Intro
03:07 – Starting Out
04:18 – Norfair
05:53 – Kraid
07:19 – Backtracking
08:01 – Norfair Continued
08:36 – Ridley
09:43 – Mother Brain
12:21 Space Pirate Mothership
16:28 Conclusion

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CGRundertow METROID: ZERO MISSION for Game Boy Advance Video Game Review

Metroid: Zero Mission review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Metroid: Zero Mission for Gameboy Advance.

In this remake of the original Metroid, Samus returns to the Planet Zebes. She must find and destroy the enemy Space Pirates. But this time, Samus has some more moves to deal with them, including being able to grab onto ledges and shoot in all directions. Mix this in with the great visuals, and a more drawn out story, this is a great remake and will be enjoyed by any Metroid fan.

This video review features video gameplay footage of Metroid: Zero Mission for Gameboy Advanced and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Ryan.

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The Atmosphere of Metroid: Zero Mission ��

It’s that time of year where I study how Metroid games create their atmosphere of isolation, fear and dread.

Oh, and it’s 2-for-1 this time, with this video being one part of a double-video special, the other being Metroid Prime 2:

Enjoy, gang!

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