Metroid II: The Return of Samus (1992)
"Metoroido II: Samusu no fukki" (original title)

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After stopping the threat on the planet Zebes, Samus Aran is asked to eliminate the entire remaining Metroid population of the planet SR388.

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After stopping the threat on the planet Zebes, Samus Aran is asked to eliminate the entire remaining Metroid population of the planet SR388.

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First Metroid game to feature a primary antagonist other than Mother Brain. See more »

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When you get a new item/piece of equipment/etc., the game usually gives a prompt saying what the new item is. For reasons unknown though, this does not happen when you get the Spring Ball. See more »

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A classic for the Metroid series.
20 January 2002 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

Samus returns for another action-packed game involving those utterly freaky creatures called Metroids.

This time, she has to destroy THEM ALL. This is no easy task. You take control of Samus and have to guide her through planet SR388's underground maze of caverns and treacherous terrain.

There are new items and weapons at Samus' disposal, such as the Space Jump and new kinds of beam weapons.

The graphics excel the GameBoy's original potential, and the music could be great if the GameBoy's sound system was any better. The gameplay is astoundingly easy to get used to. The plot and storyline twist and turn in the end, which sets the scene for Metroid III (Super Metroid).

All in all, a must have for action and Metroid gamers alike. You won't be disappointed with this better-then-ever Metroid game that surpasses the original by far.


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