25
Feb
10

Metroid on the Mind

So I’ve had metroid on the mind recently.  Yesterday, I found myself playing Super Metroid.  I really enjoy it although I sometimes have a hard time finding the correct path.  (There are so many hidden paths!) I am currently stuck in the battle against Kraid (pictured below) (btw, thanks to my brother, steven, for telling me Kraid’s name…I just called him “that big monster”)  Super Metroid is a great game, a must download for the Wii virtual console.

Also, I found out that they released a lot of information about Other M today!  (again, thanks stevn for informing me)  Turns out it is set to release on June 27th!  Also, you can find an interview and hands-on look at the game on gamespot.  ( It can be found Here )

<< Kraid – Freaky looking, ain’t he?

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1 Response to “Metroid on the Mind”


  1. 1 Gil
    February 25, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    My fave of the entire Metroid Series. Glad you are enjoying it. I really must hook up my SNES to play it again. So little time yet so many good games old and new >.<


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