Metroid Dread is a fast-paced game, and the developers clearly recognized this while making it. To obtain 100% completion, players must beat the main campaign on the Normal and Hard Mode difficulties in under four hours each — which is no easy task, especially to first-time players. If you’re looking for some tips on finishing Metroid Dread fast, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve also got a fool-proof plan that will nearly guarantee that you beat the game on time. Fancy!
Please note that we won’t be talking about speedrunning the game, per se — we’re just going to discuss techniques you can employ to beat the game in under four hours. If you’re looking to play through Metroid Dread as fast as humanly possible, you might want to check out its corresponding speedrunning community instead.
Special thanks to bubstry for contributing the guide information!
Continue reading Metroid Dread – 4 Hour Run Guide
Metroid Dread was released for Nintendo Switch on October 8, 2021. As we concluded in our review, it’s absolutely fantastic. Two brand-new amiibo figures are now available – Samus and E.M.M.I. – and each of these offer a unique function you can’t get anywhere else. The Super Smash Bros. amiibo work, too! If you’re looking to purchase amiibo figures for Metroid Dread but don’t know where to start, check our guide. It contains tons of helpful tips!
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Welcome to our Metroid Dread review! To start off, I’ve never been a fan of Metroidvania-style games. That’s not to say I dislike them — I just get lost very easily and more often than not I wind up wandering around for hours, completely stumped. By all means, I thought that would remain the case for Metroid Dread – and I was right – but I wound up very much enjoying this game nonetheless. Please note that this review is directed toward newcomers to the series; those of you who have played a Metroid game will absolutely love this one. We won’t be going over any spoilers, either, so no need to worry!
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Bayonetta, Sheik, and Zero Suit Samus all have something in common: they’re not very good FPs. In the context of our amiibo tier list, these three fighters are very close to “bottom-of-the-barrel”, and unfortunately that doesn’t look to be changing anytime soon. If you’d like to learn more about Zero Suit Samus’ metagame history before we continue, please refer to her corresponding wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
Special thanks to forenmagra for contributing Zero Suit Samus’ training information!
Continue reading How to train a Zero Suit Samus amiibo in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Dark Samus is – as you might have guessed – Samus’ Echo Fighter! They’re virtually identical, save for one key difference: Dark Samus is much cooler. Aside from different animations, victory screens, and a slight difference in posture, the two play exactly the same as each other. Keeping in line with this pattern, our Samus and Dark Samus guides are also the same as each other! We do have a wiki page available for Dark Samus if you’d like to give it a read before you continue. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
Special thanks to LittleFang for contributing Dark Samus’ training information!
Continue reading How to train a Dark Samus amiibo in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate