You can tell who hasn't played a single 2D platformer since Fusion or even ZM. All the salty people complaining the game is too hard should have bought Samus Returns so you can see how modern Metroid is (and how much fun it is).
Tbh I think Dread is one of the best Metroid games. It feels big, it doesn’t constantly direct you or hold your hand, but it doesn’t feel directionless. It’s just a very perfect blend of Fusion and Super.
Its like they took everything from Samus Returns and refined it. 👌
An update from the eShop sales chart in the United Kingdom as it stands, on 11th October 2021.
#1 Metroid Dread
#1 Metroid Fusion
#2 Metroid Zero Mission
#7 Metroid Prime Trilogy
#9 Super Metroid
#3 Metroid: Samus Returns
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Metroid Dread is a lovely way to celebrate Metroid’s 35th Anniversary. It’s the long awaited sequel to Metroid Fusion and the return of the cancelled Nintendo DS game brought back. Not to mention, it holds us over while we wait for Metroid Prime 4. Dread is a historic release!
“Cognitive fusion” means we’re attached to our thoughts and beliefs.
They live inside our heads, so it’s easy to identify with them.
We look FROM our thoughts instead of AT them.
We feel like we ARE our thoughts.
But thoughts are only real if we choose to act on them.