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Metroid Fusion is the first game in the Metroid series to appear on Nintendo's Game Boy Advance portable video game platform. It is the sequel to the highly acclaimed SNES game Super Metroid. Metroid Zero Mission became the second game to appear on the Game Boy Advance. Metroid Fusion is chronologically set last according to the fictional universe that the Metroid series takes place in.

Metroid Fusion represented somewhat of a departure for the series, as it scrapped the nonlinear adventure formula from earlier games and introduced a non-playable computer character to direct the player where to go and what to do there. It has been regarded as significantly harder to break sequence in this game.

Facts about "Metroid Fusion"RDF feed
ContentTypeVideo Game +
DesignerYoshio Yakamoto +
DeveloperIntelligent Systems +
DisplayNameMetroid Fusion +
European Game Boy Advance Release22 November 2002 +
European Release22 November 2002 +
GameCatVideo Game +
Game Boy Advance Release22 November 2002 +, 18 November 2002 + and 14 February 2003 +
GenrePlatform +
Japanese Game Boy Advance Release14 February 2003 +
Japanese Release14 February 2003 +
NameMetroid Fusion +
NamePageMetroid Fusion +
NamesMetroid Fusion +
North American Game Boy Advance Release18 November 2002 +
North American Release18 November 2002 +
PEGI3+ + and 3/3+ +
PageNameMetroid Fusion +
PageTypeVideo Games + and Games +
PlatformGame Boy Advance +
PlatformTypeConsole + and Handheld +
PublisherNintendo +
RatingBodiesCERO +, ESRB +, OFLCA + and PEGI +
RatingsCERO-A +, ESRB-E +, OFLCA-G + and PEGI-3+ +
RegionEurope +, North America + and Japan +
SeriesMetroid +
StatusReleased +
Year2002 + and 2003 +

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