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Genre:Action & Adventure
Platform:Game Boy Advance
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Metroid Fusion – GBA Game
Rated 4.76 out of 5158 Reviews
Metroid Fusion – GBA Game
Rated 4.76 out of 5 based on 158 customer ratings158 Reviews (158 customer reviews)
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Metroid Fusion is a game that grabs you and does not let go. A compelling storyline coupled with innovative graphics and gameplay make for a fantastic adventure. Although it is the fourth outing in the popular Nintendo series, any newcomer (like myself) can appreciate the story and grasp the real danger behind the game’s namesake, a parasitic lifeform known as Metroid.The story seens to come straight from a sci-fi movie (in fact, there are striking similarities between the earlier Metroid games and the Alien series.) – Samus is infected by a parasitic life-form known as the X. Near-death, and after having to undrgo surgical removal of pieces of her Power Suit because they were so integrated with her body, scientists try a radical procedure – a vaccine made from the last known Metroid, the natural predators of the X on their homeworld of SR388. It works, but she is now part-human, part-Metroid.When an explosion rocks the Biologic Space Labs station orbiting SR388, Samus is sent there. She soon discovers her mission – race against time to stop the X from destroying the B.S.L. station, infecting all the lifeforms aboard, and threataning the entire known universe. Samus is also threatened by a creature called the SA-X – an exact copy of her formed from the pieces of the suit sent to the B.S.L. station.You are guided by a computer called Adam, and Samus occasionally compares it to an old CO she once served under. The computer directs you and gives you advice, but lets you a.
Metroid Fusion, humm. This game has many stories to tell for itself. Anyway, the story of the game is pretty basic, doesnt seem to major at first but it stays gripping untill the game is beat. A ship, a BIG ship with 6 sectors i believe have became infected with creatures and each sector has a different enviornment, this is where the suit and weapon upgrades come in. But wait, not just creatures. There is also a creature that mimics you, yes Samus but is much stronger and deadly. Its name is SA-X. X is the name of the infected parisites in the game. And the whole game is going from enviornment to enviornment to beat bosses and get upgrades to fight SA-X and save the ship. Now for the real review. The controls are quite simple and could be mastered for an average gamer. The grapics are you ordinary GBA and SNES graphics and same type of music. It is a side scrolling adventure/nonvionlent shooter game that people from all ages should love. Like all other Metroid games, it does take some brain to complete. Many puzzles to solve to figure out what to do next if the computer doesnt tell you. For GBA game the story is amazing and should keep you busy from a good 9-15 hours to beat. It is also compatable with the GameCube if you beat the story. Hook it up to your GameCube with Metroid Prime in and Whalla, you get to play the original Metroid off the NES right on the big screen from the GC. And you can actually save your game unstead of passwords. So, hands down one of the best GBA g.
This is certainly one of the best GBA games ever made. It’s so good. It is so entertaining and it’ll never bore you. Even though it’s a little short(you can finish it in like 5 hours) it is defenetly worth buying. It’s so good you’ll have to beat the game like 4 times to get bored of it.The graphics are great, the music’s good, it’s not monotonous, the gameplay is really good, story as well, cool escenarios, awesome boss fights, and the difficulty is just right. And the upgrades make it even more fun.When you plug it to the GC with Metroid Prime, you can get new extras like new outfit for Samus, Super Metroid,and some other things.It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of Metroid or not, or you don’t even know what is a metroid, I’m almost sure that you’ll enjoy this game.
The game itself is very fun. Be careful if you buy it from XFMgameshop, he sold me a bootleg version.
I used my mom’s account to buy this, i like the game, but i believe there was trouble with the memory, probably the save batteery.
Let’s get down to the basics.+New exciting Plot involving new creatures and enemies and some old.+Same Metroid style gameplay with new additions.+Fun, very fun.+/-Computer Tells you everywhere to go and everything to do for the most part+/- New look for Samus- If you Aim for 100%, the computer makes it very difficult for you at the end when you are locked out of nearly every section before the inevitable showdown+ One or two little surprises at the end. Hehe
Works perfectly, cartridge is in great condition love playing my fave game from my childhood again would recommend purchasing to anyone :)
Metroid Fusion is an all around great follow-up to Super Metroid, and most recently Metroid: Other M. In Metroid Chronology, Fusion is the last entry in the series so thus far, and pits Samus Aran up against a new nemesis, The X Parasites of Metroid II’s Planet SR388. I will list its strengths and then weeknesses (in my opinion of course).The Gameplay is fantastic, very remniscent of Super Metroid, and very similar to its counterpart Metroid Zero Mission, only released a year or two before the latter. Controls are smooth and graphics are pretty detail oriented. The music score is very well composed, allowing the player to feel some adrenaline, chills, calm and suspense with almost every different area exposed. The game itself is detailed in that there is a lot to uncover as you go, and its very well structured meaning that you cant deviate from the story, that there is a set order on accomplishments. The gameplay and story allow this game not to be boring in the slightest if you are able to completely immerse yourself in it, and you understand the progress of the story in its entirety, otherwise for those just jumping into the Metroid Story at this point, they might get bored and confused (much like the Paranormal Activity movies). For as much new stuff included (Diffusion Missiles, Wide Beam, X-Parasites, Objective like structure, etc.) there are also the inclusions of classic Metroid elements, such as enemies from previous games like a battle with Ridley-X (whose remains we.
A must play especially for the old school gamers who grew up in the NES days. I recommend playing with with a Gameboy player on a normal screen. But not necessary to enjoy.
I have played every version of Metroid and considering that this is for the gameboy it is an excellent game. It’s slightly linear though because you are given missions and cannot really go anywhere else other then finishing the current mission then going to get a new one. It is still an awesome and challenging game. I would highly recommend this game as one of the best on Gameboy Advance. And if you didn’t get enough of Metroid through Metroid Fusion and Metroid prime, through the Game boy connecting cable you can play the original Metroid for NES on the Gamecube after you beat Metroid Fusion. Gimmicky? Yes. But it’s still a great incentive to get both.