Nintendoís Metroid series of games is unquestionably a classic. The addictive 2D platformer dates all the way back to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. Metroid was fantastic on the NES, SNES and Game Boy. It seems slightly odd that Metroid 64 never made the light of day, but Nintendo aim to put the matter right with a slew of new versions.
When the GameCuboid was launched it came as a pleasant surprise to see the female bounty hunter making a re-appearance. But wat we didnít expect was the announcement of another new Metroid game so soon. Few details are currently known about this project other than the fact that it is in development. But the Advance is going to be a fantastic handheld and games Metroid will ensure its success.