Metroid Zero Mission was released to clear the name of Nintendo's NES classic. Metroid Zero Mission packed better graphics, story elements, upgrades, you name it! In time, not only would the game get overwhelmingly positive scores, but retro players would later grow to appreciate the classic more. It has many new features such as new weapons, bosses and areas.
Johnny would feature this game as the last entry to his Month of Metroid, giving this game a 9.5/10, but stated that this game was better than Fusion by a hair length.