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August 11, 2011

I'm Hounder4, a contributor based around Ireland. I haven't played the 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 Platform Notes
Metroid Fusion Game Boy Advance My first Metroid game since Christmas 2002.
Metroid Prime Hunters Nintendo DS COWARD DETECTED!
Metroid Prime Trilogy Wii 3-in-1 collection. In the case of Metroid Prime, it is possible to sequence break in this version (video). Metroid Prime 2 receives the PAL 50 Hz support for the first time.
Metroid: Other M Wii Hey, Princess! Remember me?
Metroid Prime Nintendo GameCube PAL version. 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 Nintendo GameCube Only game in the PAL regions that only offered 60 Hz only
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Wii PAL version. Damn! - I mean - No!
Virtual Console
Game (original platform) Platform(s) Notes
Metroid (Nintendo Entertainment System) Wii/Nintendo 3DS The Wii VC version is the PAL version (50 hz) of the game. The 3DS VC uses NTSC version (60 Hz).

Bought the Wii VC version around February 2012, and the 3DS VC version around July 2012.

Metroid II: Return of Samus (Game Boy) Nintendo 3DS I bought it around July 2012.
Super Metroid (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) Wii PAL version. Bought it around August 2012.

"In the PAL version of Super Metroid, Samus controls sluggishly and feels heavy as a rock. In 60 Hz, she flies like a bird." Feel the hatred: PAL conversions, Destructoid

Nintendo consoles
Game Boy Advance
Game Boy Advance SP
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo DSi (traded for 3DS)
Nintendo 3DS

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