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Soundtrack Gallery

The Soundtrack Gallery in Metroid Prime

The Soundtrack Gallery is a feature in New Play Control! Metroid Prime, New Play Control! Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption and Metroid Prime Trilogy. It allows songs from each game to be purchased. Some are available at the game's first bootup, while the rest are unlocked by listening to them ingame. It costs 1 Silver Credit to purchase each song from Prime and Echoes (with the exception of 2 songs in Echoes, which cost 2 Silver Credits each), but 3 Red Credits, 2 Blue Credits and 1 Gold Credit for those in Corruption.

Similar Sound Test features are found in Metroid: Zero Mission, Metroid Prime Hunters and Metroid: Samus Returns as well as all three games in the Super Smash Bros. series.

Note that none of these Soundtrack Galleries or Sound Tests contain the entire soundtracks of their respective games. Instead, only a limited selection of songs are included.

Metroid PrimeEdit

Metroid: Zero MissionEdit

In Metroid: Zero Mission, the Sound Test is unlocked by beating the game on Hard Mode, and accessed via the Options.[1] None of these tracks are named, only referred to by numbers 01 through 23.[1]

Metroid Prime 2: EchoesEdit

Metroid Prime HuntersEdit

In Metroid Prime Hunters, the Sound Test is unlocked by defeating Gorea's second form in Adventure Mode and accessed via the Options.[2] Although BGMSELECTLIST.DAT contains titles for these tracks, they are unnamed in the Sound Test itself.[3]

Metroid Prime 3: CorruptionEdit

Original versionEdit

Trilogy versionEdit

In Metroid Prime Trilogy, the music for Corruption is slightly modified. The Metroid Battle Theme and Bryyo Thorn Jungle themes have been removed, and the Berserker Lord and Aurora Unit 313 themes can be purchased instead.

Metroid: Samus ReturnsEdit

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Metroid: Samus Returns Sound Test.

In this game, the Sound Test is unlocked via scanning the Zero Suit Samus amiibo,[4] having finishing the game once. It is accessed via the Gallery section of the Options.[5] Music tracks are given the following names:[4][5]


  1. ^ a b Metroid: Zero Mission 100% Walkthrough Extra Part 1: Bonuses and Death Scene. YouTube (May 9, 2010). Retrieved on 18 June, 2018.
  2. ^ Secrets and tips - Metroid Prime Hunters. Metroid Recon. Retrieved on June 20, 2018.
  3. ^ Metroid Prime Hunters. The Cutting Room Floor (4 February 2012). Retrieved on 1 July 2018.
  4. ^ a b Metroid: Samus Returns - amiibo Unlocks and Guide. (September 12, 2017). Retrieved on June 2, 2018.
  5. ^ a b Metroid: Samus Returns Playthrough Part 12 (EXTRA #3 - amiibo Galleries and Sound Test). YouTube (September 23, 2017). Retrieved on June 2, 2018.