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The Switch debut of Nintendo's flagship fighting game series brings together every character from the series' history, bringing the roster to over 70 fighters.
The denizens of the Marvel Universe battle it out LEGO style.
The DC Universe's most powerful heroes and villains collide in this fighting game from the creators of the Mortal Kombat series.
The last installment of the Modern Warfare trilogy brings World War 3 to the world of Call of Duty. While the U.S., British, and French armed forces try to push back the Russian invasion, the disavowed Task Force 141 begin their hunt for international terrorist Vladimir Makarov.
Set between the events of Super Metroid and Metroid Fusion, Other M follows Samus Aran on a rescue mission to a derelict ship in deep space where she encounters her former commanding officer and a whole host of old and new trouble.
All three Metroid Prime titles in one package. Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes are reworked to include 480p widescreen, motion controls, and achievements.
Strap on your fighting shoes and get ready to brawl on the Wii in the third installment of the Super Smash Bros. series.
The finale to the Metroid Prime trilogy sees its debut on the Wii.
Metroid comes to the DS with a robust multiplayer component, innovative touch screen control, and a single-player campaign. Hunters takes place in between Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes in the otherwise unmentioned Alimbic Cluster.
Intergalactic Bounty Hunter Samus Aran struggles to rid Aether of darkness and the Ing Horde in the second 3D Metroid game for the Nintendo GameCube.
A GBA Metroid game and remake of the original Metroid for the NES. It also depicts what happens immediately after the self destruct sequence by Mother Brain.
Metroid Fusion is a sidescrolling 2D action-game for the Game Boy Advance. Chronologically, it is the furthest point in the Metroid timeline.
Take control of Samus Aran in her first 3D adventure as she battles the Space Pirates on Tallon IV while uncovering the mysterious disappearance of its inhabitants.
The follow-up to the 1998 blockbuster, Metal Gear Solid 2 blends tactical stealth and action. This sequel takes the action to an offshore oil cleanup facility seized by terrorists who are holding the President hostage. It helped sell the PS2, featuring advanced AI, physics and cover mechanics for its time, and one of the first postmodern narratives in gaming.
Also known as Star Cruiser II: The Odysseus Project, Star Cruiser 2 was released in 1992 for the NEC PC-98 and Fujitsu FM Towns computers.
A 1992 first-person shooter for arcades, developed by Taito. It pioneered several features before they became standards of the FPS genre, including circle-strafing and multiplayer deathmatch. Its control scheme, where the player moves with a joystick and aims with a lightgun, was also a precursor to modern FPS controls.
Metroid II: Return of Samus is the portable sequel to the Nintendo Entertainment System classic, Metroid. Regarded by many as one of the best action games on the Game Boy, it was a solid follow up to the original.
An early first-person role-playing shooter released by Arsys Software. Ahead of its time, it had 3D polygon graphics, FPS gameplay, strafing controls, open-world space exploration, and an epic sci-fi space opera plot.
Don the Power Suit of intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran as she recaptures the dangerous Metroid species from the evil Space Pirates. Released by Nintendo in 1986, this game introduced the "Metroidvania" style of open-world gameplay on consoles.
A first-person adventure game with RPG elements, released by Microcabin in 1986. The game featured environments rendered in 3D polygon graphics, for possibly the first time in a home video game, along with early survival horror elements. However, the game is better remembered for its cyberpunk narrative, which was adapted into a sci-fi novel shortly afterwards.
Wingman 2: Kitakura no Fukkatsu ("Wingman 2: Resurrection of Kitakura") is an adventure game developed by TamTam and published by Enix in 1986.
Descend further and further underground to destroy the alien force Octy and save Planet Paccet! Released in 1985, it was an early side-scrolling, run & gun shooter, and featured a female protagonist, Toby Masuyo. It also bears a striking resemblance to Metroid, in terms of both its gameplay system and female protagonist.
An adventure game based off the anime and manga franchise of the same name published by Enix in 1984.
An early run & gun shooter designed by Hiroshi Ishikawa in the summer of 1983 and published by Enix in October 1983.
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