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Metroid: Zero Mission Videos and Trailers - GBA

  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:Feb 10, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description:Relive the original Metroid adventure for the first time! Taking old-timers and newcomers back to the beginning of the Metroid saga, Metroid: Zero Mission sets Samus Aran on her epic crusade to rid Planet Zebes of its Metroid monsters. But don't expect a rehash of the original Metroid! Instead, Zero Mission delivers the nostalgia of the original while setting you on entirely new storylines and levels. All new power-ups and abilities include Power Grip, Zip Line and more. Environments are detailed and missions are deep and expansive, with plenty to discover and learn. The Zero Mission story also benefits from engaging cutscenes and an eerie music score that will pull you right into the world of Metroid at ground zero.
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