Metroid Zero Mission was my favorite GBA Metroid.It captures that true "Metroid" feeling,which Fusion felt like it was missing at times.But both are still fantastic titles,and you really can't go wrong with either.
which one is the best? oh ya, is there a super metroid remake?nintendoman562
Classic NES Metroid Metroid Zero Mission Metroid Fusion
Metroid Zero Mission is the best of the three available, and if you get it and complete the game once, it unlocks the original Metroid, making c1assic NES Metroid redundant. Metroid Zero Mission is basically a remake of the original Metroid, but there is no remake of Super Metroid.
Metroid Fusion may not be as good as MZM, but I certainly don't think it's a bad game either. It's a true sequel to Super Metroid, and builds off of the storyline for that game quite nicely. It's also the last game in the series in terms of timeline, and has a Spiderman-like story twist involving Samus and the Metriods which may show up in future Metroid games.
Finally, if your GBA has GB backwards compatibility in it (all but the Gameboy Micro do), then you can also play Metroid 2: Return of Samus on it. Even though the game is a black and white Gameboy game, the GBA actually automatically colorizes it for you.
[QUOTE="Saruman1719"]Zero Mission destroys Fusion. Way too much hand holding in Fusion.BlackIsle_rip
True, but it was still my favorite of the three. I thought that it had some of the best level design of any Metroid game.
That's cool. I still love it too, but I never really felt that sense of isolation you normally get from a Metroid game. Besides being told where to go all the time, just when I thought I could be alone, that damn computer just doesn't seem to leave you alone.