Samus Aran’s mission on planet SR388 will push her to new levels of power. After acquiring the Spider Ball and Power Bomb, she can even perform the secret Spider Boost! Simply set off a Power Bomb while gripping a surface with her Spider Ball to rocket across any distance imaginable.
There’s a reason Samus Aran is one of the most feared bounty hunters in the galaxy. Find out why in this video transmission about the hunter behind the visor and humanity’s first encounter with the Metroid species.
Software 1. Pokemon Silver 2. Pokemon Gold 3. Pokemon Yellow 4. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions 5. Super Mario Bros. 3 6. Metroid: Samus Returns 7. Minecraft: New 3DS Edition 8. Super Mario World 9. Fire Emblem Warriors 10. Show More Summary
[PC/Mobile] Starter Guide – Metroid: Samus Returns (Guide): 10 (available until April 1st)
Software 1. Pokemon Silver 2. Pokemon Gold 3. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions 4. Pokemon Yellow 5. Super Mario Bros. 3 6. Metroid: Samus Returns 7. Minecraft: New 3DS Edition 8. Super Mario World 9. Pokemon Red 10. Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo 11. Show More Summary
Software 1. Pokemon Silver 2. Pokemon Gold 3. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions 4. Metroid: Samus Returns 5. Pokemon Yellow 6. Minecraft: New 3DS Edition 7. Super Mario Bros. 3 8. Super Mario World 9. Zen Pinball 3D 10. Show More Summary
Super Mario Odyssey - 10 SteamWorld Dig 2 - 8 StarFox 2 -5 Metroid: Samus Returns - 6 The English cover for the next issue of EDGE should be the same, but we won't know for sure until tomorrow. At least we have this nice Spanish version to look at!
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Two games I’ve been playing recently, 2015 indie hit Axiom Verge now on Nintendo Switch and remake of 1991 Game Boy game Metroid: Samus Returns on Nintendo 3DS, share a lot in common. They’re […] The post Make Mine Metroid: Axiom Verge VS Samus Returns appeared first on Geek.com.
Software 1. Pokemon Silver 2. Pokemon Gold 3. Metroid: Samus Returns 4. Pokemon Yellow 5. Minecraft: New 3DS Edition 6. Super Mario Bros. 3 7. Monster Hunter Stories 8. Miitopia 9. Pokemon Red 10. Super Mario World 11. Super Metroid 12. Show More Summary
A portion of a GameRant interview with Nintendo's Yoshio Sakamoto... GR: Are there any plans to continue making side-scrolling Metroid games in the future or is this just a one-off deal? YS: “Personally, I’m constantly exploring theShow More Summary
Coming from Yoshio Sakamoto... "Because [Metroid 2] is more than 20 years old now, I felt it necessary to take this chance to retell that story anew, to bring it to the attention of so many game fans once more. My role as producer on...Show More Summary
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (Nintendo Switch) - 19,136 Metroid: Samus Returns (Nintendo 3DS) - 6,373 Monster Hunter Stories (Nintendo 3DS) - 5,491 Wondering if Metroid: Samus Returns' number is good or bad? Taking a look at Metroid Prime: Federation Force puts things into perspective. That title sold 3,364 units...in total. I think you get the idea!
[PC/Mobile] Metroid Samus Returns (fight) (Wallpaper): 50 Platinum Points (available until March 1)[PC/Mobile] Metroid Samus Returns (float) (Wallpaper): 50 Platinum Points (available until March 1)
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Samus Returns won't be winning any 'Best of' awards compared to Super Metroid and Metroid Fusion, it is a solid jaunt through 2D memory lane. The post Metroid: Samus Returns – Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Metroid games have a cult following, but the backtracking, secret areas and puzzles can be a little too frustrating for some. And that was the case for dunkey, who wondered why Metroid 2 was the game that kept getting so much love. Until he played Samus Returns. More »
It's funny to think that of everything the 3DS has going on as of late (Fire Emblem Echoes, Ever Oasis, Samus Returns, and next month's Mario & Luigi), it's the impending Pokémon Gold and Silver eShop releases that are most likely to have me digging out the handheld and playing until my hands cramp. This launch trailer hits me hard. Show More Summary