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Developer: Mercury Steam Platform: Nintendo Switch Release: 08/10/2021 Genre: Action-adventure

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Metroid Dread is a new 2D entry in the long-running Metroid series and Nintendo’s first legitimately new canon 2D Metroid since 2002’s Metroid Fusion on the Game Boy Advance. Samus will collect upgrades for her power suit that make her stronger and more capable of traversing certain obstacles and areas that were previously closed off. MercurySteam’s first outing with the franchise is also different enough from the recent fan remake AM2R, so fans shouldn’t hesitate to pick up this rare gem. This might be Samus’ first 2D adventure in more than a dozen years, but it’s a great reminder of why we fell in love with the franchise in the first place. Some weapons on display include the Ice Missile, which freezes enemies; the Storm Missile, which fires a salvo of small missiles; and the Cross Bomb, with its four-way explosion.

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Metroid Dread has the most in common with the Game Boy Advance game and immediate storyline predecessor Metroid Fusion, according to Sakamoto. To me it feels like a companion game to Metroid: Samus Returns on the 3DS. That 2017 game was a remake of the Game Boy game Metroid II: The Return of Samus, which I never played. And that game’s 2D platform design with 3D graphics is exactly what Metroid Dread is, too. There are also areas that will require the player to use their own wits to traverse. For example, the Nintendo Treehouse stream showed a water-based puzzle that required Samus to shoot a block in order to empty an area of water, so as to jump up to a higher ledge.

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