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Metroid DreadMetroid Dread follows the 2002 Metroid Fusion game where it left off. Bounty Hunter Samus is seeking revenge on the robots that are after her. She’s crashed in the core level of planet ZDR and must find her way to the surface. Rated T for Teen, the game does not have any blood or serious violence. Samus uses arm blasters along the way to defeat robots. It is appropriately rated. Check out this first look at the Metroid Dread Nintendo Switch game: Metroid Dread Tips:
- At points in the game, you may be unsure where to go. Sometimes the way is hidden and needs to be blasted. We recommend shooting around to locate an area that can be uncovered and offer a new path to continue.
- The map is helpful for locating which direction you need to go to make your way to the surface.
- Energy fragments and full tanks are important to pick up during the game.
- A room with a glowing door will have an E.M.M.I behind it. Avoid defeating it until you’ve searched all areas for power-ups that can help you defeat it. Running away from it is always the best option.
- As you collect items and power-ups you will open new areas that were inaccessible before which help you further your progress in the game.