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To commemorate the series's 30th anniversary, we're featuring 10 did you know facts about the original Metroid!

  • ...that the original game had five endings, the best of which featured Samus in a bikini?
  • ...that Metroid was originally titled Space Hunter?
  • ...that the manual referred to Samus using male and gender-neutral pronouns, concealing the fact that she was a woman?
  • ...that the Famicom version of the game had the ability to save progress, but did not include armorless Samus?
  • ...that the Famicom version also had higher quality sound and music and less lag?
  • ...that the original Metroid has been ported at least 7 times to newer consoles?
  • ...that while the boxart claims it is a "two player alternating game", Metroid has no form of multiplayer?

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Another Metroid 2 Remake (often shortened to AM2R) is a fan-produced remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus, developed by Argentinian independent programmer Milton "DoctorM64" Guasti. The game updates the 1991 version with color, a visual style similar to Super Metroid and gameplay similar to Metroid: Zero Mission. After years of development, the game was released for free to Windows-based computers on August 6, 2016, coinciding with the Metroid series thirtieth anniversary. However, shortly afterward, Nintendo sent DMCA notices to websites hosting the game, including the official blog and the Metroid Database, forcing their removal. The game is still available through torrents.

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