Metroid Zero Mission Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance

If a game already has a winning formula, then you want it to stay that way. If not, you would want to have slight improvements to make the game even better. And that is what happened to the Metroid Series.

Metroid is probably one of the best gaming franchises of all time. Samus Aran, the game’s main protagonist, is at it again with another amazing adventure.

In this article, we are going to talk about the Metroid Zero Mission Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance. This game already has amazing gameplay and it is much improved now.

The first major improvement to this Nintendo Gameboy Advance game is the graphics. The graphics are now modern as compared to the original Super Metroid game. Not only that but Samus Aran also has different enhancements as well. We will talk more about what’s new with Samus Aran later in this article.

But first, I want to talk about the plot of the game. The Metroid Zero Mission Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance is centered on Samus Aran’s attempt to destroy the Space Pirates.

The Space pirates were responsible for attacking a space facility that was researching about the Metroid creatures. They wanted to gain a sample of the Metroid in order for them to research it and make them into weapons.

The villains were able to escape from the facility successfully and they’ve brought with them enough samples of the Metroids. The good thing is, the Galactic Federation were able to track down the space pirates’ base in the Planet called “Zebes”.

Because of the space pirates’ recent attack, the Galactic federation wanted the loss as minimal as possible. That is why they sent Samus Aran to infiltrate the Space Pirates’ base and destroy it for good.

The Galactic Federation also found out that the Space Pirates’ base was controlled by a supercomputer called the “Mother Brain”. Should Samus Aran be successful, she has to defeat the Mother Brain in order to finally defeat the Space Pirates.

There are many changes in the Metroid Zero Mission Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance. Aside from the graphics that I’ve mentioned before, Samus is able to do a lot of things now.

She can now climb to walls and she can now shoot in eight directions. This is especially useful in eliminating enemies on the screen.

The game also sports the same mechanics when it comes to exploration. Samus is to enter the caverns through bridges and tunnels until she reaches the Mother Brain. She also gathers different powerups during the course of the game.

The Metroid Zero Mission Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance is also one of the first games that feature Samus without her power suit. This makes her more vulnerable but this also makes the game that much more challenging.

If you want to take on the adventures of Samus Aran again, then I recommend playing the Metroid Zero Mission Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance.