I'm Hounder4, a contributor based around Ireland. I haven't played any game in the series until I got Metroid Fusion for Christmas in 2002 when I first had my Game Boy Advance.
Metroid Prime Hunters room list can be found here.
Games and Nintendo consoles ownedEdit
||Game Boy Advance
||My first Metroid game since Christmas 2002.
|Metroid Prime Hunters
|Metroid Prime Trilogy
||3-in-1 collection. In the case of Metroid Prime, it is possible to sequence break in this version. Metroid Prime 2 receives the PAL 50 Hz support, unlike the PAL GC version.
|Metroid: Other M
||A story by Yoshio Sakamoto.|
Hey, Princess! Remember me?
||PAL version (DOL-GM8P-0-00 JPN). First version to use a new slower loader so it won't crash the game at all. The NTSC Player's Choice (GM8E-0-02) version uses the same loader.
|Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
||PAL version, although it only offered 60Hz only. In short, no 50Hz.
|Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
||PAL version. Damn! - I mean - No!
|Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt
||Unleash Samus! The demo is all about training. Controls are similar to the final product, but it has touch controls that Reggie mentioned at E3 2004; "Just tap the screen where you want to fire." Dunno why it was scrapped.
|Game (original platform)
|Metroid (Nintendo Entertainment System)
||Wii VC - PAL version, 3DS VC - NTSC version.|
"It's you against the evil Mother Brain in the thrilling battle of Metroid!"
|Metroid II: Return of Samus (Game Boy)
||A bounty hunter pursues. In SPACE.|
"BE AFRAID. BE VERY AFRAID."
|Super Metroid (Super Nintendo Entertainment System)
||PAL version. One of the best games ever made.