Posted by marc August 08, 2016

Remember Metroid II: Return of Samus? Just barely, right? The 1991 Game Boy game was a decent, though slimmed down, sequel to 1986's sprawling sci-fi adventure. However, like the original Metroid, it hasn't aged well. And while Nintendo have remade the first game in the series, they've basically disowned the sequel. So fans have done what Nintendon't and have released a Metroid Fusion style remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus. It's been years in the making, and it will likely only be a short time before Nintendo has the game removed from the Internet, so watch a preview below and go grab it while you can - for free!

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