Metroid Fusion/Zero Mission

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Dec 2, 2007

Metroid Fusion/Zero Mission by Jaejae at 8:16 AM (3,966 Views / 0 Likes) 22 replies

  1. Jaejae
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    How are they related, in terms of storyline, is one a sequel?
    Just want to know so I know which one to play first.
     


  2. Samutz

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    Zero Mission is an update/remake of the original Metroid for NES.
    In the chronology of the Metroid universe, it (and the original) take place before all the other games.
    Fusion takes place after all the other games.
     
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    Well you can always just play them in order they got released.
    Fusion seems more like a side story to me, but still fun.
    Zero Mission takes you back to the roots of Metroid 1 and expands on it.

    Both fun games though.
     
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    zero mission came out chronologically later and is a better game, so play fusion first, saving the best for last.
     
  6. Hadrian

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    Metroid time line:

    Metroid / Metroid Zero Mission
    Metroid Prime / Metroid Prime Pinball (Pinball is apparently a remake of Prime...but in pinball form)
    Metroid Prime Hunters
    Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
    Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
    Metroid II: Return of Samus
    Super Metroid
    Metroid Fusion

    I'm hoping that the next game will be in the style of the none Prime games (though I love them) and will be set after the events of Fusion.
     
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    Metroid Dread?
    Yes please.
     
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    we need
    remakes of
    Metroid II: Return of Samus
    Super Metroid
    like they did with
    Metroid / Metroid Zero Mission
    for the DS
    for an unlockble
    the original game can be unlocked
     
  9. dexmix

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    i would love a remake of metroid II for GBA, and a Super Metroid would be too amazing for words.
     
  10. SilentJi

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    Oh, most definitely yes. A direct Fusion sequel would be very much appreciated, though I am rather skeptical, after how "meh" Fusion turned out to be... >_>
     
  11. BORTZ

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    i love zero missions art style.
     
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    They either need to do a compilation of many of the old 2D Metroids, or just make an all-new one for DS.
     
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    a remake of metroid II on the DS would sweet.
     
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    Time to get rid of the Santa hat, it's nearly V-Day [​IMG]
     
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    What is Metroid Dread? I have never heard of it.
     
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    Metroid Dread is only a rumor but man i wish it was true either that or a remake of the legendary Super Metroid for the DS
     
  17. DespizingU

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    Really? I am a huge Metroid fan, and Fusion is one of my favorite Metroid games. Everything about it I love.
     
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    These two games are awesome. Fusion started me getting into the Metroid series! As for Dread, Nintendo announced not too long ago that they aren't currently working on it.
     
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    I kinda hated the linear style of fusion. prime series never felt exactly right for some reason.

    a update/colorized version of metroid 2 would be nice to try out since the original gameboy version unavailable in the original cart in my area.
     

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