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Best Metroid game ever?

Which one is the best?  

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Metroid (NES)- That game is hard as fuck, but I'll eventually give it another chance after playing Zero Mission and having a little better idea as to where to go.

Metroid II: Return of Samus (Gameboy)- Haven't played it yet, but I'm hoping to soon.

Super Metroid (SNES)-Really cool game but I can't remember much about it.

Metroid Prime (GameCube)- Graphically amazing and a complete u-turn from the rest of the series. Just flat out amazing game.

Metroid Fusion (GBA)-This game was fun and completely different from the series, but it just didn't do much for me as the other games.

Metroid: Zero Mission (GBA) -I beat this game within a matter of four hours the first time I played it*One hour and fourty six minutes my second time through* and am now working on beating this game on hard mode. Honestly, it's probably the easiest of the bunch but it was still an awesome ride.

I'd go with Prime with Zero Mission coming in at a close second.

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Super Metroid still walks away with this one by a large margin. Prime was very good, but the relentless scanning you had to do slowed down gameplay and the really piss poor ending hurt it in my eyes.

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It's Fusion for me. It was nowhere near as hard as the classic NES game (which comes in as a very close second), but it's the pinnacle of Metroid games -- and quite possible for GBA games.

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Super Metroid still walks away with this one by a large margin. Prime was very good, but the relentless scanning you had to do slowed down gameplay and the really piss poor ending hurt it in my eyes.

drq

What he said.

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