Metroid: Zero Mission


Metroid - Zero Mission is a 2004 action-adventure game that was developed by Nintendo Research & Development and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. The game is a remake of the original Metroid game, featuring updated visuals and gameplay. This game is the best of the series, and you'll love playing it! Here's a look at the game's story and gameplay.

The plot revolves around a bounty hunter, Samus Aran, who must kill the space pirates on Zebes and wipe out all of the Metroids, floating jellyfish-like creatures that threaten the galaxy. Players will love the unique power armor Samus uses to protect herself from the enemies. The game also has a number of interesting environmental themes, including remixed Metroid themes and a digitized version of the classic game's music.

The game's difficulty level isn't too high, so you can beat the game within five hours. The game also has a lot of upgrades you can use, including the infamous Power Bomb and the Space Jump. Compared to Metroid - Zero Mission's level design is more linear. You can skip Chozo statues and instead focus on other objectives that require exploration. However, the game's map isn't as detailed as Super Metroid's.