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Game Boy
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Nintendo of America
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Nintendo R&D1
UPC: 45496730192

Released: 11-01-91
Players: 1
ESRB: K

Game Genre:
Shooter
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Platform, Side-scrolling
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Sci-Fi / Futuristic

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Metroid II - Return of Samus

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Rating: 9
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Metroid II - Return of Samus Box Description

Space Hunter Samus Aran returns to battle a planet crawling with evil creatures bent on universal domincation in this bigger than ever sequel to the NES classic, Metroid.
Take control! Guide Samus through cavernous corridors, ancient ruins and alien traps. On the mysterious planet of the Metroid, you'll find artifacts of a lost civilization that grant amazing powers. Cut through creatures in a buzz-saw blur! Roll through hidden tunnels and climb sheer walls!
A battery back-up allows you to save your progress as you fight to the heart of the planet and search for the merciless Metroid leaders. If you are a cunning explorer, you'll earn the best of several super endings.
Enter this exciting Metroid sequel and experience the thrills of Game boy like never before!

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Metroid II - Return of Samus Review by: Zircron Swift - 7.4/10

Metriod II - Return of Samus Review
The Metriod series always seems to give the fullest sense that you are on another planet, finding new life forms that are trying to kill/eat you, or very rarely just finding new life forms. It was the closest to the real thing. It was almost like the film "Alien", only you could see the alien in the first place....and they were easier to kill....and you have a life support suit which you could heal on energy pellets that were dropped by enemies....not to mention finding new weapons which are used to open doors.....yep, quite a bit different to the film. So what exactly makes them so good? Get your power suit on, and lets go to a new planet as we look at The Return of Samus.

The story follows the first game. Space Pirates found a new life form called "Metriods", which is kind of like RedRum, only see though. What's RedRum? I have no idea. Something that attacks your head or something. You go to the planet Zebes and foil their plans for the Space Pirates to use the Metriods for their own purposes, remember? Now the Galactic Federation sent teams to SR388 (catchy....what was so wrong with calling it a name like "Zebes"?) , but none have returned. They sent you personally, Samus Aran, to go to SR388 and kill the rest of the metriods so the Space Pirates don't try the same plan twice. Just repeating the same plan would totally screw us over. Now go!

*ahem* Now, at the time, when the first game came out, everyone though Samus was a man. "Isn't he?" I hear you ask? Well, when you die, you notice that you are in fact a lady! This shocked many people at the time. Now we have that cleared out of the way, lets continue. You start your game on the surface of SR388 by your ship. You then go down below the surface and the exploring begins. The Metroid series is praised for having the ability to explore around a completely new planet. But half the time, I have no idea were to go! The first parts are easy, get the ball power up, sneak through the small gap, and continue.....how on earth....er...I mean, how on SR388 can she fit into that small ball? It just doesn't seem possible.  the ball is smaller than she is, even if she curled up into a ball....

After a while, you'll find a fork in the road, then a fork in that road, then a couple more forks on those roads, and then finally a dead end. You then back track to the last fork in hopes that you are going the wrong way. If I found the right way, I would continue, and then get lost. If I find all the dead ends, then at least I explored every nook and cranny there is, and maybe a power up or two. You come across these creatures called Metriods that will try to kill/eat you. As you get further, the more they mutate. If your not careful, you can get lost and miss a few Metriods along the way. You need to kill these things to get deeper into SR388. There's this acidic water that eats at you when your in it. Killing a certain amount of Metriods will lower the water line with an earthquake.

You can get power-ups such as the famed "missile", the ball bombs, the ice beam,the skrew attack, and many more. You can even get capsules that increase your life (this is a life saver for sure. I can't stress how amazing it is to have more life in this game, they are even kind enough to have little balls of light around the place that heal you completely ^^) and missile packs, to hold more missiles. Some doors only open when you use a certain beam on them, or missiles (you need to press select to use a missile, by the way). The game offers save points at certain points of the game. You stand on them, and you save. Simple. It even saves how much health you have left. That's nice of them ^^      The enemies are quite creepy. There are Metriods, plants, things I can't even describe are out there. They got blades for wings and move in a diamond pattern. You also get these platforms that rise and fall after a while. When you get a decent distance in the game, it takes "search every nook and cranny" to the next level. You will seriously search every were and every place.

The music is a little plain. But it's music that sets the mood. It's atmospheric music. I think it does the job well, and kinda makes you flinch when you meet a Metriod and the music suddenly changes. Although not the scariest, it certainly it a great feeling to meet something that wants to kill you when you have been wandering aimlessly for the past hour. I confess, this is one of the very few games I have played, but never completed. It's not that it's too hard, I can deal with hard. It's just that I have no idea were to go. Yes, I have looked up a map of SR388, and it didn't help at all. the problem was I didn't know were the hell I was. I couldn't find my way back to my ship, I was lost, marooned, with nothing but a pot noodle with me....and I didn't want to start again.

Overall, I give it a 7.4/10     The graphics were pretty good at the time compared to other Game Boy games, and the music was not that bad, if a little annoying after a while. The game play is great, the controls are fluid and smooth, but the fact that you need to go forward, then forcing to go back because you missed something makes a very boring game after hours of aimless wandering. At first, the game was awesome. If you plan on playing this game, then make sure you know were you are, you'll need it.
  Graphics 8   Sound 6   Addictive 7   Depth 8   Story 7   Difficulty 9

Metroid II - Return of Samus Game Description

This is the sequel to the very popular Metroid for the NES. In Metroid 2, you control Samus Aran in her quest to rid the planet SR388 of the Metroid parasites. After killing the space pirate Mother Brain in the original Metroid, Samus must take on this adventure to prevent the Metroids from multiplying throughout the galaxy. Samus soon finds out that the Metroids have mutated, making them much more difficult to defeat.

Metroid II - Return of Samus Reviews

Overall 9    Graphics 6.5    Sound 5    Addictive 7.5    Story 8    Depth 7.5    Difficulty 7.5


7.4
Metriod II - Return of Samus Review   Zircron Swift
The Metriod series always seems to give the fullest sense that you are on another planet, finding ne...
  Graphics 8   Sound 6   Addictive 7   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 4.5/5     Submitted: 10-24-11     Review Replies: 4

7.5
A Good Sequel   Austin Winter
Metroid II: The Return of Samus is the sequel to the first Metroid game, simply titled, "Metroid". W...
  Graphics 5   Sound 4   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 7   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.7/5     Submitted: 04-16-15     Updated: 04-16-15     Review Replies: 3

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DrRM 12-30-18 - 03:46 AM
 is there a version not killed by nintendo D:
MysteryMan007 11-21-14 - 02:43 AM
 The ONLY old Metroid game that I have not played yet at the moment of this post.
Lloyd515 07-18-13 - 03:57 PM
 ahh yes my first zeta metroid still cant beat it, lol
iN008 06-17-13 - 04:44 PM
 Hmmm
Apollo3698 06-15-12 - 10:37 PM
 I cant even find the first power up... Doh i mist
sdk2k9 05-20-12 - 05:49 PM
 hello anyone on
chadsmith1 05-05-12 - 01:23 PM
 holy crap i went into the last omega metroid fight before the queen with only 1 enegy tank and 61 missiles and luckily i won with only 21 energy left and 0 MISSILES that was a close call
Zeko44 04-30-12 - 06:05 PM
 hi, anyone on?
metroidxkiller 04-05-12 - 07:13 PM
 hi all
Jordanv78 01-20-12 - 10:56 AM
 This game is a HUGE game for a GameBoy title. I actually liked it better than the NES version when it came out.
deepspace5d 01-13-12 - 05:37 PM
 This game along with Link's Awakening are the 2 best games that were released for the gameboy IMHO
pdiddyrocks101 09-30-11 - 01:04 AM
 us select 2 use missles
tumafunk1234 08-19-11 - 05:14 PM
 this a weird game
LurvNessForever 07-19-11 - 08:27 PM
 Lol ow I got owned
tybo4god 06-04-11 - 10:58 AM
 backspace
tybo4god 06-04-11 - 10:57 AM
 can you guide me
tybo4god 06-04-11 - 10:56 AM
 hello
metroidhunter72 05-26-11 - 08:25 PM
 how do you use missiles?
lmnade44 03-05-11 - 08:42 PM
 my game froze to
Jordanv78 02-09-11 - 08:23 PM
 Download the RGR then you wont have any problems.
kingnahum17 01-19-11 - 06:08 PM
 Yeah. My game froze on the first Metroid. This used to be my favorite Metroid game, too.
chozoboy 11-14-10 - 09:46 AM
 if you can't get out of spider ball, just bomb yourself
mario time 05-05-10 - 07:26 PM
 no i do not no exactly how to fix it but i do now how to make it a little better. if you use java and right click you will have a menu. then click on video select frameskip and select 2
rockerscotty 10-26-09 - 03:20 PM
 Ok wth? first metroid u get to freezes the game with that annoying song. can u fix this or what? I tried several times to get past it.

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