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I love how Family Friendly Gaming opened the door to retro reviews. Metroid is one of those early games that many have heard about. Some people worship this game. I am not sure why the franchise continued after this game. The intro music is creepy, and animations are laughable. This is an 8-bit game. The graphics in Metroid do not impress me either. It is really easy to die in Metroid too.

One thing Metroid has going for it is the large game play area. Many graphics are recycled in Metroid. There are a few different looking areas. Passwords are used to let gamers stop playing and pick it up later. We have to kill the enemies for energy in Metroid. There is violence in Metroid as we shoot a variety of enemies. Metroid taught me to kill everything.

The core element of Metroid is exploration. Players must find the right way to get through the different areas. Once upgrades are found then other areas are opened up. Metroid gets more difficult as players progress through the game as well. I like being able to continue and keep the upgrades and missiles I previously had.


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 90%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: NES
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo R&D1
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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