Missile Stations (also referred to as Missile Terminals) restore all of Samus Aran's Missiles. They are found in Super Metroid and Metroid Prime, though were later replaced by Recharge Stations and Ammo Stations. When it starts to replenish Samus' missiles the central wheel will begin to turn and a gold light will shine out of the slots in the wheel. Missile Stations are very rare in both games. However, in Super Metroid, these will not restore Super Missiles; only regular ones.
In Metroid Prime, there are Missile Stations in the Chozo Ruins (part of Hall of the Elders), in the Phazon Mines (Missile Station Mines) and curiously in the Impact Crater (Crater Missile Station). All Missile Station rooms feature the "General Recharge" theme playing.
In Other M, Navigation Booths can be used as Missile Stations and restore all of Samus's Missiles.
Super Metroid Players' GuideEdit
- Terminals (page 8)
- "These top up all your missiles to as much as you can currently carry. Location: Crateria, Brinstar, Norfair, Maridia, Tourian."
|Features of Samus Aran's Gunship|
|Personal||Adam's helmet • Chozo biotech computer • Data records • Logbook • Mii Bobblehead • Samus Screen • Ship Bumper Stickers • In the Cockpit • Music player|
|Armaments||Plasma Beam • Power Beam • Ship Grapple Beam • Ship Missile Launcher • Gunship Multiball • Bunker-Busting Annihilator • Gunship|
|Mission features|| Auto-repair function • Biohazard scanner • Blast Shield • Bombing Run • Command Visor • Commander Adam Malkovich • Cryostasis • Emergency Evacuation Pod |
Heads-Up Display • Helm controls • Landing Gear Legs • Missile Station • Recharge Station • Save Station • Tetra Galaxy Scan Screen • Transmission console • B-Unit
|Cargo||Theronian Bomb (1st piece • 2nd piece • 3rd piece) • Colossal War Golem|
|Passengers||Baby • Anthony Higgs • Dr. Madeline Bergman • Commander Adam Malkovich (computerized) • Dachoras • Etecoons|