New : 1452 - Metroid Zero Mission Multi5 (E)

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  1. djgarf
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    djgarf I Am A Raver

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    [​IMG] 1452 - Metroid Zero Mission Multi5 64Mbit (Rising Sun)
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    Languages: English, French, Spanish, German and Italian
    Save Type : SRAM_V113 (256Kbit) [/p]
     
  2. BuffPipes

    BuffPipes Newbie

    Best game I've played in a long time!
     
  3. Light

    Light Newbie

    wasn't this realesed last year?
     
  4. ChronoX

    ChronoX Advanced Member

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    This was released earlier this year as-

    1370 - Metroid Zero Mission (U)
     
  5. djgarf
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    djgarf I Am A Raver

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    yeah trashman released the usa version this is the euro version with 5 languages [​IMG]
     
  6. The Ant

    The Ant GBAtemp Regular

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    I just finish the US version, last week...

    Zero mission is easier than the fusion one, the last boss, is very simple to beat...
    This game is as shorter as Fusion...

    But no problem, this game definitly rocks !!!
     
  7. Holy Dragon Mast

    Holy Dragon Mast Member

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    Finally, the game has been released in Europe. I have heard good things about it. [​IMG]
     
  8. barakku

    barakku Advanced Member

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    Finished some time ago in US version. Great game, agree with The Ant, is a bit easier than Fusion. But it's not shorter, the overall length is bigger.

    SPOILER ALERT










    And in Zero Mission you can play with Samus without his space suit!!!
     
  9. Vizenzo

    Vizenzo GBAtemp Regular

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    Bien por fin en castellano [​IMG]
     
  10. ramzabeoulve

    ramzabeoulve GBAtemp Fan

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    Noooooooooooo! The (U) save doesn't work with the (E) dump [​IMG]
     
  11. Woxxy

    Woxxy GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    most of the time it doesn't [​IMG]
     
  12. ramzabeoulve

    ramzabeoulve GBAtemp Fan

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    Some are, so I hoped this one too
     
  13. dice

    dice pansy-ass ex-staff member

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    Yes this is true but you musn't forget the fact that this is a port of a very old game (like around 10 years ago) but with a whole graphical update and an added area so you really shouldn't be too hard on the game because of this.

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    @ ramzabeoulve - (even though the same game) I doubt a game/save, specifically made for just one country would work for that with multiple languages. I assume that you'd want to finish the game in french seeing as you are from that country but it just wouldn't work.
     
  14. wackodave

    wackodave GBAtemp Regular

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    Samus is a woman.
     
  15. ryanraab

    ryanraab Newbie

    Ofcourse she is a women.
     
  16. walkir

    walkir Child of Darkness

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    Did they change the color of the title screen? The blue color makes me think of "He-Man" [​IMG]
     
  17. (Z)

    (Z) The SAVE creator

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    ... lol, try now EUR save >>>

    mfg
    (Z)
     
  18. stivsama

    stivsama GBA-Tenchan

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    This release almost makes me wish I hadn't played it.. I wanted to feel the thrill of a new metroid game all over again! [​IMG]
     
  19. MarcosDJ

    MarcosDJ GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Apr 14, 2003
    Cool for me, I never played the original and still havent played any of these, i'll try this out
     
  20. Syntheticfish

    Syntheticfish GBAtemp Regular

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    Ive played through all the metroids (halfway through the original). I find that the game developers seem to be making games easier as we progress through the years. in zero mission they basically tell you where to go and what to do for the whole game. its the same for fusion. it takes all the fun and challenge out of the exploration

    try out Super Metroid first for Super NES its MUCH better
     
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