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The Metroid Chronicle

The Chronicle is a feature in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes Bonus Disc and Super Smash Bros. Brawl which show records on games released prior to these titles. The Chronicle feature in both games differs significantly. While the Brawl Chronicle lists each Nintendo console and most of their respective games including Metroid games, the Chronicle on the Bonus Disc is far more detailed due to its specific focus on Metroid.

On the Bonus Disc, the Chronicle is an interactive timeline of all six Metroid games released prior to Metroid Prime 2: Echoes in preparation for that game's release. Each game can be selected for information and to hear a music track from that game.

Each game has scrolling text detailing the game's synopsis, its box art (Echoes uses its logo instead), a screen with gameplay clips (Metroid II: Return of Samus is given a color palette), and a music track from the game playing. For Metroid, it is the Brinstar theme, for Metroid: Zero Mission, the series Title theme, for Metroid Prime it is Opening/Menu (Metroid Prime), for Echoes it is Dark Echoes, for Metroid II it is the SR388 theme, for Super Metroid it is the Lower Norfair theme, and for Metroid Fusion it is the theme of Sector 1.

Although not specifically listed as a chronicle, the Metroid Prime section of the Nintendo GameCube Preview Disc contains a similar feature called The Metroid Legacy, which gave an account on the then-current games of the franchise, as well as showed footage of the various games. It also included some concept art for Metroid Prime, some only exclusive on the disc.


Super Smash Bros. Brawl dataEdit

Nintendo Entertainment System
(06/1986) Metroid
Game Boy
(11/1991) Metroid II: Return of Samus
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
(04/1994) Super Metroid
Game Boy Advance
(11/02/2002) Metroid Fusion
(05/24/2004) Metroid Zero Mission
(10/25/2004) Classic NES Series: Metroid
Nintendo GameCube
(11/18/2002) Metroid Prime
(11/15/2004) Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Nintendo DS
(11/21/2004) Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt
(10/24/2005) Metroid Prime Pinball
(03/20/2006) Metroid Prime Hunters
Wii
(08/27/2007) Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

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