Title Screen

4,109pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Add New Page Talk0
This article is written
from the Real Life
point of view
Title Screen

The very first Metroid game's Title Screen, featuring the logo and a shot of the surface of Zebes.

The Title Screen is the initial screen of every Metroid game. It always features the logo, release year, developer (Nintendo), a background, and usually a message asking the player to press start or another button to go to the Samus Data Screen. The Title Screen in Metroid II: Return of Samus, however, doubles as the Samus Data Screen. If left idle long enough, most Title Screens in the games will begin playing gameplay footage. Contemporary Metroid games play a cutscene while the Title Screen is loading, meant to attract players to the game. The Title Screen in the original Metroid instead shows Samus's mission orders in poorly translated English. When Metroid: Other M is first loaded on the Wii console, a one-time Title Screen appears asking the player to press 2 on the Wii Remote, to set up language and subtitles, and then the game begins. The normal Title Screen is accessible after this. From here, the Samus Data Screen, Theater Mode and Gallery Mode can be accessed once unlocked.


Also on Fandom

Random Wiki