Metroid: Zero Mission: The Defining Game Boy Advance Remaster

Metroid Zero Mission, released on Game Boy Advance in 2004, revisited the original game and created the definitive way to experience it.

Read Full Story >>
The story is too old to be commented.
FreeckyCake35d ago (Edited 35d ago )

This is pretty confusing. It has Metroid Fusion, but the article is tackling Zero Mission?

LWOGaming35d ago

Thank you. Good spot. Fixed now. Matt.

autobotdan34d ago (Edited 34d ago )

This article is 100% spot on. The greatest Gameboy advance game. Quite possibly the greatest portable game of all time

Black-Helghast34d ago

I still remember playing my first metroid game on a Christmas that my parents bought me the GBA SP with metroid Fusion and Megaman Zero

I could never finish megaman zero but metroid fusion? I FINISHED THAT B!TCH LIKE 10 TIMES, such an amazing game and there was so much to do. so many secrets, so many abilities, I thought this was the best game I would ever play on GBA....then zero mission came out and it blew my mind that this time I would use Samus without the super powers that I got accustomed to on Metroid Fusion. at first I was skeptical but MAN was that game amazing. the perfect sequel..after that I never played another metroid game because Metroid prime was not my cup of tea and I hated the direction the franchise took. I'm crossing my fingers for Droid but I doubt it'll live up to the likes of Fusion and Zero Mission

P_Bomb34d ago

Great game, hands down bar none!

brando00834d ago

I have fond memories of Zero Mission and Fusion as a kid :)

Show all comments (8)