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To commemorate the announcement of Metroid: Samus Returns, we're featuring 10 did you know facts about the original Metroid II: Return of Samus! Did you know...

  • ...that the round-shouldered Varia Suit and many recurring items were introduced in Metroid II?
  • ...that Metroid II was not playable on any current gen consoles until the Nintendo 3DS?
  • ...that the manual for the game has several spelling mistakes?
  • ...that Metroid II has the most boss battles in the series, with 40 Metroid fights?
  • ...that it is the only Metroid game without a countdown sequence?
  • ...that the "rock icicle" is the only creature not named in the Metroid II manual?
  • ...that Retro Studios conidered remaking Metroid II as a side project?
  • ...that AM2R, a fan remake of Metroid II was released on the series' 30th anniversary in 2016?

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A Save Station in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.

Save Stations (called Save Points in Metroid II: Return of Samus or occasionally Save Rooms) are a recurring feature in the Metroid series. Save Stations allow Samus to save her progress (sometimes referred to in-game as a "data backup") during missions. Save Stations first debuted in Metroid II: Return of Samus and have appeared in every Metroid game since then, making the original Metroid and Hunters the only games without Save Stations. In the games in which it is present, Samus Aran's gunship also functions as a Save Station that also refills health and ammunition, with the exception of Metroid II, where it only serves to restore health and ammo.

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