The first thing that we notice when we walk through this level of the game is that the rooms have changed dramatically. There are no doors here. There’s no bathroom, toilet, or changing room, so you have to look for the ones that you can use to move on to the next level. There are no enemies here and the camera will track you through the entire level.
In addition to a few new rooms, there are a few new enemies as well. These are a group of green humans who have been kidnapped by a group of creatures who are also green. They move in packs and look like the walking dead, except they have a slightly different head. They also jump up from the ground and use the same attack as the original attackers (a claw to the chest).
It’s weirdly reminiscent of Capcom’s old Metroid series, except those creatures are a little less menacing looking (the green ones are basically the same). The green creatures seem to have the same attacks as the original Metroid, so why do they have different attacks? That’s one of the many mysteries of this game.
The green ones are the same as the first Metroid, but the rest of the creatures are very different. All of them have a claw to the chest that is capable of killing players in one fell swoop. This is also a reference to the original Metroid, if you recall.
You’re able to see and hear them, but what is it that makes you so curious about one of the creatures? Thats definitely one of the many mysteries of this game.
The other mystery is that of the second Metroid, the one that looks like one of the green-moon creatures. This is actually a reference to the original Metroid. Basically all of the Metroid games are set in a very similar fashion, with the only difference being in how you can see and hear them.
For the first Metroid, your only tool to see and hear them is the moon. For the second Metroid, your only tool to see and hear them is that of a star. The other difference is that the first Metroid has a green and silver color scheme whereas the second Metroid has a blue and red color scheme. That’s probably why everyone is so baffled.
Not to mention that the first Metroid has the ability to see and hear people, but you have to go on a mission to find out where these people are. The second Metroid does not have this ability. Instead, it has a different sort of ability that lets you go out into the real world to find people and talk to them.
Thats right, the first Metroid has a “bump-in-the-water” ability to teleport to any location in the first Metroid’s island. If you don’t have that ability, though, you can only travel to the first Metroid’s island on foot and you can only talk to people there.
If you do go to the first Metroids island, you will find that the first Metroid has the ability to use a special power that lets him teleport anywhere in the real world that he wants to go. It allows him to walk to places in the real world that he has no experience with, or places he has no way of remembering to come to. He may be able to walk to places that are familiar to him, but he needs to be able to remember them and know where he is.