Metroid: Samus Returns Surface Of SR388 is an awesome song so today on Epic Game Music I get into Metroid: Samus Returns soundtrack. The OST was composed by Daisuke Matsuoka. This is a remix of a song entitled “Surface Of SR388”. With Metroid: Samus Returns I have too much Metroid Hype.

Metroid: Samus Returns is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed collaboratively by MercurySteam and Nintendo, with the latter also publishing it, for the Nintendo 3DS handheld game console. A part of the science fiction Metroid series, Samus Returns is a reimagining of the 1991 Game Boy game Metroid II: Return of Samus. Long-time Metroid director Yoshio Sakamoto is leading the game’s production. The game is scheduled to be released worldwide in September 2017.

Metroid: Samus Returns is a side-scrolling action-adventure game played on a two-dimensional plane with three-dimensional graphics. Players take control of series protagonist Samus Aran, a bounty hunter who explores labyrinthine environments, kills hostile aliens, and collects power-ups to gain access to new areas. Samus Returns is a reimagining of the 1991 Game Boy game Metroid II: Return of Samus; as such, it features a story and structure similar to the original game but with new controls, visuals and gameplay.

This instalment introduces some features that are new to the 2D Metroid games. Samus can perform a melee counterattack to deal critical damage on foes. In Metroid II, her firing direction was limited to specific angles, whereas now she is capable of firing freely at any angle. Samus also has a selection of new powers, called Aeion abilities, that rely on an energy gauge for their usage. One example of an Aeion ability is Scan Pulse, which lets Samus scan the surrounding environment for hidden pathways and items. Several abilities introduced after Metroid II are implemented in Samus Returns, such as the Grapple Beam, Power Bombs and Super Missiles.

The game features Amiibo support, with compatible figurines being based on the Metroid series. When scanned, players can unlock reserve tanks and a Metroid Marker which can be used for finding nearby Metroids. After the player finishes the game at least once, certain Amiibo-exclusive content are unlocked, including Fusion Mode and art galleries. Fusion Mode features Samus’s Fusion Suit and offers an increased difficulty. A standard hard mode is also unlocked upon completing the game, but it does not require an Amiibo figurine.

Metroid II is an action-adventure game in which the player controls the protagonist Samus Aran on the fictional planet SR388. In this side-scroller, players advance through the game by using Samus’ weapons to kill a fixed number of Metroid creatures. The player is given a detector that displays the number of Metroids remaining in the area.Once all the creatures are eliminated, an earthquake occurs and the planet’s lava levels decrease, allowing Samus to travel deeper through its tunnels. The Metroid creatures are encountered in different evolution stages of their development cycle: original, Alpha, Gamma, Zeta and Omega. The more developed the organism is, the stronger its attack. Metroid II features save modules located around the planet, which allow players to save their progress and continue in another session.

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