Metroid: Fusion


Metroid Fusion is a 2002 action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance handheld console. The game was created by the same team behind the super-popular Metroid and Super Metroid games. It's a great game if you like playing classic action-adventure games. You'll love the colorful environments and dynamic gameplay in Metroid Fusion. It is the second game in the Metroid franchise, and is an excellent choice for fans of the series.

Though it follows the same basic story line as the previous Metroid games, Fusion ditches free-exploration and establishes a more structured narrative. The result is a game that can be both fun and nerve-wracking. Unlike previous Metroid games, Fusion emphasizes the feeling of helplessness and rarely puts you in control. While the previous games gave Samus the ability to explore areas freely, she will almost never have the opportunity to do so.