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|“||And there's a message inside the game where we allow you to play at various [literacy] levels from adults to little kids by selecting between "Adult Mode" and "Child Mode".||„|
Adult Mode (オトナむき Otona-muki ) and Child Mode (コドモむき Kodomo-muki ) (as named in a translated Japanese interview in Nintendo Dream) are game settings exclusive to the Japanese version of Metroid Fusion and Metroid: Zero Mission. These settings enable or disable kanji in the game to make it easier for players, particularly young children, to read text and follow the story. Additionally, the use of Child Mode in Fusion affects the endings. Also exclusive to the Japanese version of Fusion, the endings depict images of Samus Aran in her past and present, rather than those of her in her Ending Outfit. Clearing Adult Mode shows those endings, which are present in localized versions of the game.
|Metroid Game Modes|
|Difficulty Levels||Easy Mode • Normal Mode • Veteran Mode • Hard Mode • Hypermode • Expert Mode • Time Attack Mode|
|Multiplayer Modes|| Metroid Prime 2: Echoes • Metroid Prime Hunters|
Deathmatch Mode • Bounty Mode • Bounty • Capture • Defender • Nodes • Prime Hunter • Survival • Blast Ball • Rival Radar
Wireless Mission • Challenge • Practice • Local Play • Versus
|Story Modes||Multi Mission • Single Mission • Campaign • Adventure Mode: The Subspace Emissary|
|Miscellaneous|| Dual Mode • Japanese language modes • Movies • Progressive Scan Mode • Sleep Mode • Stylus Mode • Theater Mode |
Combat Sim • Training Deck • Shooting Range • Regulator • Survivor • Event Match