This was a very good game. It was very challenging at times, but it was fun the whole time. This game is not that great for younger players, simply because it can be very difficult to find your way around sometimes. The lack of any type of map is a downfall, but not enough of one to ruin the game. Metroid 2: Return of Samus definitely paved the way for future Game Boy Advance Metroid games such as Metroid Fusion and Metroid: Zero Mission. The graphics were typical for the Game Boy, but were still pretty good. Another thing that i did not like besides the lack of a map, was the fact that you could screw attack over and over, reaching a great height, but if your timing got off by just a little bit, you would immediately start falling and there was nothing ypu could do to stop it. This downfall is contradicted, however, by the fact that while you are screw attacking, you are invincible. Overall, this is a great game to have if you are a Metroid fan, and a great game to have if you are not.