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 Metroid Prime - Platform: Gamecube

 
   
 
 
Metroid Prime - Platform: Gamecube

In-game reset
-------------
Hold Start + B + X for two to three seconds during game play.

Classic Metroid game
---------------------
Note: This trick requires Metroid Fusion and the Game Boy Advance
and a link cable. Successfully complete Metroid Fusion and save
the game. Connect both games with the link cable to unlock the
classic NES version of Metroid.

Metroid Fusion costume
----------------------
Note: This trick requires Metroid Fusion and the Game Boy Advance
and a link cable. Successfully complete Metroid Prime and save the
game. Connect both games with the link cable to unlock Samus'
Metroid Fusion costume.

Image Gallery 1 option
----------------------
Complete 50% of the research and creature data scans.

Image Gallery 2 option
----------------------
Complete 100% of the research and creature data scans.

Image Gallery 3 option
----------------------
Successfully complete the game under the hard difficulty setting.

Image Gallery 4 option
----------------------
Find 100% of all power-ups. Note: This does not include the Log
Book.

Note: The last picture in this gallery is that of Samus without
her suit in 3D.

Hard mode
---------
Successfully complete the game to unlock hard mode.

Alternate ending sequences
--------------------------
Finish the game with a 74% or less completion percentage for the
normal ending sequence. Finish the game with a 75% to 99%
completion percentage to view an alternate ending sequence. Finish
the game with a 100% completion percentage to view the best ending
sequence.

Fire missiles faster
--------------------
With the first gun equipped, rapidly press Y + A. As soon as the
missile fires, the gun will switch back to beam weapon mode, but
when you press Y again, it fires another missile. This can take
down enemies in a shorter time, preventing them from having more
attacks on you.

Extra missiles
--------------
After destroying ceiling robots and other enemies, they will leave
behind missile ammunition that can be collected. Save missiles to
defeat the Parasite Queen easier.

Chozo Ruins: Kill birds
-----------------------
When you enter the Chozo Ruins, aim your gun skywards. You will
see birds flying. Shoot the birds and they will explode, with
feathers all over the place.

Chozo Ruins: Wave Buster
------------------------
The Wave Buster can be found at the Tower Of Light in the Chozo
Ruins. Climb up the as far as you can, then scan the pillars to
learn that they can be destroyed. It takes three missiles to
destroy one pillar. There are four pillars on each level. After
you lower the temple, keep jumping and destroying the pillars
until you reach the top to find the Wave Buster.

Chozo Ruins: Artifacts
----------------------
When Chozo Ghosts appear, it may be for a fight or an artifact.
Sometimes when you visit a certain area, Chozo Ghosts appear
because there is an artifact in the room (for example, Flaaghraa's
fight room). Defeat the Chozo Ghosts by using the X-Ray Visor.
Fight them with either charged Power Beam shots or two Super
Missiles. When they are destroyed, collect the artifact.

Magmoor: Ice Spreader
---------------------
The Ice Spreader is difficult to find. It is in a room called the
Shore Tunnel in Magmoor that has a glass case. Use the Power Bombs
in the glass tube. The tube will shatter, and the Ice Spreader is
directly below.

Magmoor Caverns: Avoid streams of fire
--------------------------------------
Shoot the little objects that shoot out the fire with the Ice
Spreader. This freezes them and prevents them from shooting the
fire.

Phazon Mines: Invisible to enemies
----------------------------------
Enter the Phazon Mines via Magmoor Caverns. Go through the bottom
floor until you reach the elevator, marked on the map with a red
arrow. Head through the mines until you reach the area marked
"Omega Research". Enter through the Dynamo Access, but just jump
straight up through the door, not forward or back. Once you land,
neither move nor shoot. If done correctly, none of the Power
Troopers will see you. Wait awhile, and eventually one of the
Power Troopers will enter the alcove that you are in. He will
look, then around and leave the alcove, never having noticed you.
He will continue to do this until you move or shoot one of them.
For extended laughs, charge your Power Beam (they will still
ignore you), wait for him to start looking around in the alcove,
then fire a Super Missile to blast him across the room. Note: This
will not work if you enter Omega Research from the other
direction.

Phazon Mines: Flamethrower combo
--------------------------------
In the room next to the save point in the Phazon Mines: Main
Quarry, is a red door with a force field in front of it. Continue
upwards in this room, passing the ice and Wave Troopers to find a
Bendezium wall just before the purple door exit. After obtaining
the Power Bomb upgrade, use one to destroy the wall and access the
control panel with your scan visor. The force field will drop.
allowing you to pick up the power-up for the Plasma Beam.

Phazon Mines: Regain health and missiles
----------------------------------------
A good way to regain health and missiles is in the ventilation
shaft towards the beginning of the second floor. When you enter,
poison will start coming in from the ceiling as well as Puffers.
Go past the gas and stand in the hall just before the exit. If you
stand close enough to the door, the poison will not harm you and
you can easily kill the Puffers that keep appearing. When you kill
one, you can use the Charge Beam to bring the power-ups to you.

Phendrana Drifts: Sheegoth helper
---------------------------------
Go to the Quentien cave, where Thardus was located. After you
defeat him, a mother Sheegoth is all that is in there. Lure the
Sheegoth near one of the ledges and kill it quickly (the Plasma
Beam is recommended). Quickly jump onto the Sheegoth's spikes then
jump to the ledge. Do this quickly before the Sheegoth fades. This
saves you the time of doing the entire spider ball thing.

Defeating Baby Sheegoths
------------------------
To defeat a Baby Sheegoth, after it charges at you, shoot its back
shell until it bursts up then shoot its back.

Double jump to the side of a Baby Sheegoth. They will stare at you
for a few seconds. As you are already behind them, just fire two
missiles and kill them after that.

A Charged Plasma Beam will disintegrate a Baby Sheegoth.

Defeating Chozo Ghosts
----------------------
Shoot two Super Missiles to kill Chozo Ghosts. Also, if you have
the X-ray Scope, you can maintain a lock on them.

Defeating Elite Pirates
-----------------------
When the Elite Pirates burst out of containment, switch to your
normal beam and build up a charge shot. When the Elite is not
trying to absorb energy, fire a Super Missile at them. Two Super
Missiles will take them down.

Use the following tactics to defeat the different kinds of Elite
Pirates at the Phazon Mines. This is a very difficult area due to
switching beams for certain pirates:

Power Troopers
Use Normal Beams or charge a Normal Beam at it three to four
times.
Wave Troopers
Use Wave Beams or charge a Wave Beam at it (two to four times).
Ice Troopers
Use Ice Beams or charge an Ice Beam at it and finish it with one
missile.
Shadow Pirates
Use the Thermal Visor to see them. Use Wave Beams or charge a Wave
Beam at it at full force (two to four times); or, fire with ease
with the Plasma Beam.
Plasma Troopers
Fire at them with your Plasma Beam three or four times. Hide
behind a wall and the Plasma Beam will end up finishing them with
its burning effect. Do this to other pirates as well, even though
they only need about three shots to be killed, only about one will
evaporate them if you just wait patiently.
Use the following trick to kill Air and Water Pirates quickly. If
you have the Ice Beam and Charger Beam, you can kill them easily.
One shot with the Ice Beam will freeze them for a few seconds.
This may require a few shots because they sometimes try to dodge
your shots. You can then either shoot them with the Ice Beam until
they die (four or five shots), shoot a Charged Ice Blast (Charger
Beam required) which will kill them in one or hits, or shoot a
missile. This will save a lot of time and health.

When you enter the first room with the Space Pirates after the
timer sets off, wait thirty seconds and an explosion will kill all
the pirates on the lower part of the room.

Defeating Flaahgra
------------------
The trick is to knock down the light-reflecting mirrors and bomb
the plant away. At first, there is only one mirror that reflects
the light and helps grow the plant. Fire at Flaahgra with normal
fire rapidly until it is stunned; there is no need for heavy
firearms. It will not be able to attack you at all if you stun it
on time. After Flaahgra is stunned, run to the one reflecting
mirror and shoot the red target behind the mirror with either a
charge beam or only one missile. Flaahgra will shrink and its
spiky roots will vanish. Roll into a ball, go into where the roots
were protecting, and drop a bomb. The plant is killed, but returns
with two mirrors. Do the same thing with two mirrors, then three
mirrors, then finally four mirrors. After finally killing
Flaahgra, the Varia Suit is yours.

When you are facing Flaahgra, stun it, then fire at the dishes. It
is easier to fire at the one you are at, then strafe to the side
and hit the next one, whether it is directly in front or off to
the side, without going to the next one in line. You can also hit
a dish from any direction as long as you are hitting the bottom
where the red light would be. This is done easier while Flaahgra
is still stunned.

To easily keep Flaahgra from resetting the satellite radar dishes,
stun him by shooting lots of blasts, then trip the dish. As you
move to the next one. keep a lock on him and pester him with more
gunfire. When the shots begin to make him turn yellow again, stop
and keep up the fire until he falls once more. Continue to the
dish and repeat as many times as necessary.

Defeating Incinerator Drone
---------------------------
Shoot at it until its eye goes up. Before the eye comes, you can
dodge the fire by running from it. Be careful, as the fire will
sometimes change direction. Then, lock on to the eye with L and
shoot repeatedly. The fire shooter will go crooked. You can
usually avoid the fire by jumping over the low part and going
under the high part. After a short time, it will torch the War
Wasp hive above it, and War Wasps will appear. Kill enough War
Wasps so that no more are attacking you for awhile, then shoot the
drone. It will keep torching the hive intermittently. Keep doing
this until it is defeated.

Defeating Meta-Ridley
---------------------
To make the fight against Ridley easier, you must have as many
missiles as you can possibly find, the Super Missile Beam combo,
and the Wavebuster Beam combo. The battle can reduce an inventory
of all 250 missiles down to about 25. During the first part when
Ridley is flying, use the Super Missile Beam combo when you can
get a clear shot as his chest. Then, when his wings burn up and
you are forced to fight him melee style, switch to your Wave Beam
and activate your Wavebuster combo to constantly shock him. Do not
release A until he is dead or you are out of missiles. Do not
worry about depleting your missiles -- there is a recharge station
in the Impact Crater.

Defeating Metroid Prime
-----------------------
When you fight the second form of Metroid Prime and step in his
blue Phazon puddles, enter Hyper Mode and attack with the Phazon
Beam. No other weapons will defeat him. However, he releases
progressively harder Metroids when he lays down Phazon, starting
with Larva, moving to Hunter, then Fission Metroids. Dispatch
these much as you would a Beam Pirate, with charged shots of the
appropriate color. Do not let them latch onto you.

The final Boss is difficult because of the Metroids it releases.
You can easily destroy them by entering the Phazon Puddle and
blasting them with the Hyper/Phazon Beam.

Use the following trick to kill Metroid Prime's second form under
either the easy or hard difficulty setting. As you first enter the
battle, scan it immediately so you do not have to deal with it
later. The easiest way under the hard difficulty setting us to
always have the Ice Beam equipped no mater what the circumstance.
After Metroid Prime keeps doing the shockwaves and changes its
appearance, it will eventually send out a Phazon Pool. Jump into

it and blast Metroid Prime with all you have got. After awhile, it
will start making Phazon Pools and releasing no more than two
Metroids. Shoot the two Metroids with a charged shot, then shoot
them with a pair of missiles. Sometime after you do some damage to
Metroid Prime, it will then release two Hunter Metroids. Deal with
them the same way you did the normal Metroids. When Metroid Prime
sends out the Fusion Metroids, get into the Morph Ball and release
a Power Bomb to take them out.

Defeating Metroids
------------------
Normal Metroids (not Prime) can be dispatched rapidly by using
Freeze Beam followed by a missile.

Fission Metroids or any other Metroid can be defeated by using a
Power Bomb. This is particularly useful during the last part of
the game when you are trying to avoid getting damaged.

Defeating Omega Pirate
----------------------
First, blow away his Phazon armor. He will turn invisible and
probably unleash some troopers. Ignore them and use X-Ray vision
to find Omega Pirate. He is quite vulnerable when he is invisible.
A charged blast will take away a good amount of his energy. When
he is dead, he will melt and the Phazon suit will be yours.

The Omega Pirate is the third to last Boss. First, find the four
Phazon plates on the Omega Pirate's knees and shoulders. Shoot
them with Super Missiles or Charged Plasma shots. Once you break
all four plates, the Omega Pirate will become invisible and send
out troopers. If you are lucky, you will get Ice or Plasma
Troopers. Destroy them quickly, switch to your X-ray Visor, then
look around. Most likely, the Omega Pirate will still be
invisible, except for a few Phazon-filled veins and heart. Avoid
the attacks from him, and in time he will uncloak. You will have
to repeat the process.

Defeating Parasite Queen
------------------------
When you get to the Parasite Queen, shoot in the open spots of the
wall. To defeat her, Fast Scan her for a weak spot.

When fighting the Parasite Queen, back up into the doorway area
you used to enter the room, When positioned correctly, she will
not be able to hit you.

Defeating Sheegoth
------------------
To defeat Sheegoth, immediately after it breathes gas, aim with L
and shoot two missiles. Repeat until it is dead.

When Sheegoth attacks, it may get worn out. If so, go to the side
of it and look by the mouth. There will be smoke. Aim there with R
and fire a missile. If you run out of missiles, turn into the
Morph Ball and go to the side of it. Plant all three bombs to the
side. Repeat this until Sheegoth is defeated.

Rather than waste missiles shooting at the adult Sheegoth, simply
roll into the ball and drop bombs in front of its head. Keep
rolling back and fourth in front of it, continuously dropping
bombs and it will eventually die.

Get under Sheegoth and Powerbomb it.

Defeating Tadus
---------------
Look around the edge of the room and find a clump of rocks that
you can jump up and stand on. There is a nice one two sections to
the right of the door that you entered. From this vantage point,
you cannot be hit by the rolling Thadus or his ice attack that
comes across the floor. You can simply stay and continue to fire
at him with either the Wave Beam or your missiles. By repetitively
shooting your Power Beam at the rocks that he throws, you can
continue to generate power-ups which you can then tractor to you
with the Charge Beam. You can actually grow stronger with power-
ups as you continue the battle. You can continue this for the
first several rounds of the battle until the room is filled with
fog. Then, run towards him to target your missiles, as you will
not be able to see him with regular vision from your rock outpost.
At this point you will have adequate energy supplies remaining to
simply stand and let him pummel you with ice and by rolling over
you while you target his weak points with your Power Missiles. You
will still be able to retreat back to the safe area when it is
time to return to using your Wave Beam with your Thermal Vision.
When you are not vulnerable to his attacks, he is very easy to
defeat.

Enemy weaknesses and recommended weapon
---------------------------------------
Aqua Drone: Wavebeam or Wavebuster
Aqua Pirate: Charge Beam or Super Missile
Aqua Sac: Charge Beam, Wave, etc.
Auto Turret: Missile, Power Beam, Ice Beam
Baby Sheegoth: Plasma Beam or Missile
Barbed war wasp: Power Beam
Beetle: Any (best is Plasma Beam)
Blastcap: Any
Bloodflower: Plasma Beam
Burrower: Power Beam, Ice Beam
Chozo Ghost: Super Missile
Crystallite: Plasma Beam
Elite Pirate: Super Missile, Charge Beam
Eyon: Charge Beam
Fission Metroods: Any beam or combo Powerbomb, Phazon Beam
Flaahgra Tentacle (weakness is base of Flaahgra): Morph Ball Bomb
Flaahgra (weakness are mirror reflectors): Charge Beam Stuns
Flickerbat: Any
Flying Pirate (any combo): Charge Beam or Plasma Beam
Geemer: Any Beam weapon
Grizby: Missile
Hive Mecha (weakness are four red lights): Power Beam
Hive: Missile
Hunter Metroids: Ice Beam, Phazon Beam, Powerbomb
Ice Beetle: Plasma Beam
Ice Burrower: Power Beam, Ice Beam
Ice Shriekbat: Any
Incinerator Drone (weakness is red orb when in sight): Any
Jelzap: Combos
Lumigeck: Any Beam
Magmoor: Ice beam
Mega Turret: Wavebuster
Meta Ridley (weakness is chest and head): Plasma or Plasma Beam
combo
Metriod Prime 1 (weakness is face): Any Beam weapon
Metriod Prime 2 (weakness is head): Phazon Beam
Metriod: Ice Beam, Powerbomb, Phazon Beam
Oculus: Super Missile
Omega Pirate (weakness is Phazon Armor): Plasma Beam
Parasite Queen (weakness is mouth): Any
Parasite: Any
Phazon Elite: Plasma and Power Beam combos
Plasmatrooper: Plasma Beam
Plated Beetle (weakness is rear abdomen): Any
Plated Parasite: Morph Ball Bomb
Plated Puffer: Missile
Plazmite: Power Beam
Power Trooper: Power Beam
Puddle Spore: Any
Puffer: Any
Pulse Bombu: Wave Beam
Ram War Wasp: Power Beam
Reaper Vine: Any
Reaper: Any weapon
Sap sac: Charge Beam, Wave, etc.
Scarabs: Any
Scatter Bombu: Wave Beam
Seedling: Any
Sentry Drone: Wave Beam
Shadow pirate: Super Missile
Sheegoth (weakness is side of head): Missile, Plasma Beam
Shriekbat: Power Beam
Space Pirate: Power Beam
Stone Toad: Morph Ball Bomb
Tallon Crab: Any
Tangl Weed: Power Beam
Thardus (weakness varies): Charge Beam
Triclops: Morph Ball Bomb
Venom Weed: Any
War Wasp: Any
Wave Trooper: Wave beam
Zoomer: Any

Easy kills
----------
Flying Pirates, Gun Turrets, and most non-mini Boss type creatures
can be taken out by the Ice Beam followed by a missile.

To easily take down enemies under hard mode, use the following
strategy. Charge up Wave Beam (or another weapon with stun
capabilities), fire it at the enemy, shoot a missile, then repeat.
This will use up a lot of missiles, but is vital for getting
through long parts, such as the Phazon Mines or Research Facility.

When confronting flying or very quick enemies, such as a Flying
Space Pirates, Metroids, Stealth Pirates, etc., use your Wave
Beam. The Wave Beam, unlike the other beams, homes in on the
target you locked on to. When using a different weapon, it is easy
to miss. Also, if you charge up the beam, your enemy becomes
stunned for a few seconds, allowing you to get in another good
shot or two. Missiles can also be used, but should be conserved.
Sometimes, if you are very close to an enemy, you may want to use
a Charged Ice Beam. This freezes your enemy for a longer time than
the Wave Beam stuns them. However, this is risky.

To kill birds easily, when you enter a room with a War Wasp hive,
shoot the clustered part of the hive with a missile. It will
explode, and the War Wasps can escape.

To defeat ice creatures easily use the Plasma Beam or
Flamethrower. It can kill most ice enemies, including Sheegoths,
with only one or two hits.

Power Charge
------------
To use the Power Charge, hold A then release it.

Phazon Suit
-----------
To acquire the Phazon Suit, you must defeat the Omega Pirate. The
Phazon Suit makes you immune to most forms of Phazon radiation. It
also comes equipped with the Phazon Beam, which can only be
activated during the last Boss fight.

Varia Suit
----------
After you defeat the Flaahgra, you will see an intermission
sequence. You will then be able to get the Varia Suit.

Morphball Bomb double jump
--------------------------
When in Morph Ball mode, it is possible to do a double jump with a
little innovation. Deploy a bomb, wait about a second, then deploy
a second bomb. The first bomb you deployed should send you into
the air. While in the air, immediately before the peak of your
jump, deploy your third and final bomb. As you descend again, the
second bomb you deployed should once again send you airborne,
while the third bomb that is in the air should send you up even
higher. With some practice, this should come naturally. Remember
that timing is key.

Get Baby Metroids to do your dirty work
---------------------------------------
Go to the first part of the lab area with all the Shadow Space
Pirates, on the way to get the Gravity Suit. You will find a large
number of Shadow Pirates and a single Metroid in a tank. Ignore
the Pirates and shoot a single missile down at the tank. If you
can hit it, the Metroid will spring forth and start to devour the
Pirates quickly, saving you the trouble of wasting time,
ammunition, and health. Note: Do not get too close to the Metroid
or it will attack you instead.

Tallon IV Map
-------------
When you reach a location where you see two parasites, crawl into
a pipe. Use Morph Ball and go through the pipe to get it.

Power-ups
---------
After your accident on the frigate, all of your power-ups will be
scattered all over Tallon IV. They can be found at the following
locations.

Suits
Varia: Kill Flaahgra; Sunchamber, Chozo Ruins.
Gravity: Under water; Gravity Chamber, Phendrana Drifts.
Phazon: Kill Omega Pirate; Phazon Mines.
Balls
Morph Ball: Kill Beetles and Plated Beetle; Shrine, Chozo.
Bomb: Kill Incinerator Drone; Hive Totem, Chozo.
Boost Ball: Align platforms; Phendrana Canyon, Phend Drifts.
Spider Ball: Kill Thardus; Quarantine Cave, Phendrana Drifts.
Power Bomb: Kill Invisible Drone and navigate maze under floor,
bomb blue puddles to go past electric fields; Level 2 by save
station, Phazon mines.
Weapons
Missile Launcher: Kill Hive Mecha; Chozo.
Charged Blast: Scan all for Runic Symbols in Watery Hall then scan
gate.
Super Missile: Activate Hologram in Phendrana Observatory.
Wave Beam: Kill Sheegoth; Chapel of Elders, Phendrana Drifts.
Waveblaster: Super Missile the twelve weak spots in Tower/Light,
jump to top.
Ice Beam: Antechamber, Chozo Ruins
Ice Spreader: Power Bomb the weak tunnel in Magmoor and go
underneath.
Plasma: Navigate Spider Track in Geothermal Core, Magmoor.
Flamethrower: Power bomb the metal gate Phazon Sec. Access and
activate gate access.
Visors
Thermal: Power down the force field in Phendrana Research Lab.
X-Ray: Life Grove

Get power-ups
-------------
To get the left over items from the enemies you have defeated
easily, hold A and they will float directly to you.

Get unreachable power-ups
-------------------------
If energy or ammunition is out of your reach, aim and charge your
beam. The energy or ammunition will come to you.

Charging any arm cannon weapon will attract energy and missile
ammunition to you. However, different weapons have different
reaches. The default Power Beam seems to have the furthest reach,
while the Wave Beam seems to have the weakest. Keep this in mind
when some power-ups do not seem to come to you while using this
technique.

Adjust view
-----------
hen something is not visible because Samus' suit is in the way,
hold R and move the Analog-stick. Samus will put her hand on her
gun and look around in the direction you moved. This is helpful
for locking on enemies too high to see, and for seeing where
certain platforms end (such as in the acid). It can also be used
with the Scan Visor.

Heat wave
---------
Shoot any beam weapon repeatedly for about thirty seconds. When
you stop, a heat wave can be seen in front of the arm cannon.

Freeze Samus' ship
------------------
Fire the Ice Beam missile combo at the ship. The Ice Spreader will
completely freeze the ship and have a nice visual effect.

Electrocute birds
-----------------
To electrocute birds, shoot them with the Wave Beam.

Floating enemies
----------------
In the beginning of the game, you will go into a corridor with no
gravity. Do not turn the gravity off. Instead, look around the
room and you will see two dead enemies (parasites) that are just
floating around. When you shoot them, they will explode and send
blood flying all over the place.

Shoot asteroids
---------------
In the beginning of the game, immediately after getting off your
ship, there will be asteroids floating around above you. You can
shoot them for target practice.

See Samus' reaction
-------------------
To see Samus' reaction within the helmet inside of the reflection,
charge and shoot directly at the ground. Note: Try this in an icy
place.

Samus' gets bored
-----------------
Allow the game to idle for a few seconds. Samus will fiddle with
her arm cannon, and eventually do something that resembles taking
a nap. Try this with the thermal and x-ray visor for a better
effect.

Classic Metroid: Play as Samus with bonus weapons
-------------------------------------------------
Press Z at the main menu, then enter JUSTIN BAILEY ------ ------
as a password. You will begin the game with all the power-ups, and
Samus will not be wearing her suit. Press Z to equip the missiles
and she will have blonde hair; she will have brown hair without
them equipped.

Classic Metroid: Harder game
----------------------------
Press Z at the main menu, then enter 999999 999999 KKKKKK KKKKKK
as a password.

Classic Metroid: Samus without suit
-----------------------------------
Successfully complete the classic Metroid game under two hours to
view Samus without her suit during the ending sequence.

Classic Metroid: Super Bomb
---------------------------
Charge a weapon with the Tri Laser, then drop a bomb.

Classic Metroid: Refill energy easily
-------------------------------------
Go to a pipe that has enemies constantly appearing at ground level
with no other enemies around. Just keep shooting and the enemies
will fly into your bullets, leaving energy and other items.

Classic Metroid: Defeating Kraid
--------------------------------
Use the Ice Beam to freeze the center spike in mid-air as he
shoots. Then, use your missiles to shoot the bare spot where the
spike was located.

Glitch: Samus' eyes
-------------------
Go to Ice Ruins West. Find one of the short rooms with piles of
rocks. Use the Charge Shot and aim at the rocks. Hit the rocks and
Samus' eyes will be reflected off the rocks.
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Glitch: Unnoticed in window
---------------------------
In Phendrana Drifts at Research Lab Aether, you will see your
first Metroid. An intermission sequence will start. Afterwards
instead of breaking the tank to continue, go to the window-like
opening. The Pirates on the other side will not see you. Note: It
is very difficult to get there in hard mode.


 

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CheatBook-DataBase 2014 is a freeware cheats code tracker that makes hints, Tricks, Tips and cheats (for PC, Walkthroughs, XBox, Playstation 1 and 2, Playstation 2, Playstation 4, Sega, Nintendo 64, DVD, Wii U, Gameboy Advance, iPhone, Gameboy Color, N-Gage, Nintendo DS, PSP, Gamecube, Dreamcast, Xbox 360, Super Nintendo) easily accessible from one central location. If you´re an avid gamer and want a few extra weapons or lives to survive until the next level, this freeware cheat database can come to the rescue. Covering more than 22.000 Games, this database represents all genres and focuses on recent releases. All Cheats inside from the first CHEATSBOOK January 1998 until today.  - Release date january 5, 2014. Download CheatBook-DataBase 2014
 
 
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