Season one Game informantVideo Gameography explores the history of the Metroid series. After watching Samus’s classic debut, we will continue to watch its polarizing hand continuous episode “Metroid II: Samus Returns.”
Developed by Nintendo R&D1, Metroid II is largely regarded as the red-haired stepson of the series. Samus launched the encore outing on the Game Boy in 1991, which meant it was limited in display and scale. Monochrome graphics and magnified perspective make exploration more difficult than its predecessor. The main task is to locate and destroy more than 40 Metroids scattered on the map. This task structure has not been implemented since then.
Join the host Ben Reeves (@Benjamin reeves), Marcus Stewart (@Markus Stewart 7) And special guest, comic writer/podcast host Chris Sims (@theisb), when we explore the legend, development history and lasting influence of Metroid II, for example, it has received two modern remakes, whether it is official or other means.
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