Metroid: Fusion (2002)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Family


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After the Metroids were considered to be wiped out, the deadlier X parasites attack Samus. She is given a new suit after her near-death experience and returns to an empty Galactic Federation station, where something seems out of place.


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25 February 2019 | danistorm9
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| Fear, isolation, conflict and success.
Fusion is Fear, isolation, conflict and success every single second of the adventure.

Gameplay: the gameplay is just perfect, it feels like super metroid but with some nice additions. The level design is awesome, they put you in really extreme situations and make you feel the pressure. SA-X situations and set ups are awesome, how they use the sounds when she is not being seen on the main camera, the way she looks at the player the first time...everything is really nice.

As i previously said the level design it is just perfect, the only "problem" could be that you are guided the whole game, and in that part it lacks the exploration and the "oh my god im alone in a huge planet" feeling. But they use the guidance to create great situations and create amazing bosses bit by bit (nightmare and SA-X sudden encounters, im looking at you)

Graphics: Pixel art at its finest. GBA possibilities are awesome and the development team knew it.

Music: great atmospheric pieces like sector 1 (perfect for the initial set up) and others really unique and different in some way like Nightmare's theme make this a memorable ost.

Overall: an incredible game, go play it at night with earphones and enjoy the fear and isolation! Just play it!

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Family | Fantasy | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Release Date:

19 November 2002

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

Japan

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