As seen in Zero Mission, the really tough near-end segment. Thus, 'Zero Suit'.
About this creation
No, you don't get the supermodel edition from Brawl.
And you know why?
I think it entirely ruins what is probably my favorite vidjagaem character.
In fact, there's an adjective I'd rather use in place of 'supermodel' but I don't think it's acceptable on a (mostly) family-safe site like this.
Those few of you who've actually played Zero Mission are probably shaking their heads right now, and those of you who haven't (the majority) are probably wondering what I'm blathering about.
I'll tell you.
In Zero Mission, you only get to use this suit near the end. Telling you why that is so would probably ruin the experience for you, so I'll just say two things: one, you're incredibly easy to kill like this. Two, you never, ever, ever fire your emergency pistol in lengthy bursts like this.
You wanna know why?
The only enemy that you can encounter in that segment of the game is quite tough, and comes in immense quantity. They also never drop healing items.
Admittedly there's some save-and-heal rooms scattered about, but only a charged pistol shot can harm the enemies.
And it doesn't kill them, it just stuns them for a moment.
Thus, firing in a burst like this is just begging for a blast of energy in the face.
Oh yes, I didn't tell you: the enemies have ranged weapons and, while inaccurate, are rather fast firing.
Even though they shoot each other by accident occasionally, they're still tough and they're still common as dirt.
I know, I know: it's too boxy to be realistic.
Well, let's see you make one, in the same size, with the same limited collection of semi-old parts, without mutilating any components and without megabrikarms/bloks.
The only reason I made one was because I had an idea and I thought a ZS might be handy to have about for dios and whatnot.
I think that head does the job quite well, actually.
Did you know that I had to shell out twenty five dollars NZD for that hairpiece?
Admittedly it came in a minifig set, but still...
And thank God for that! Err, I was just referring to what you said up top about the so-called "supermodel version" of our favorite bounty hunter. Honestly, not only is it ludicrously revealing, but that thing has got to chafe like mad! And yes, I have heard the arguments about how she needs it to interact with the Power Suit. My question is not why, but HOW? I'm not dismissing this theory, but I just don't see how it would work. Any explanations would be welcome. Thanks.
I was so stupid to think I'd find lots of awesome fanart, but oh boy I was in for it. I'll take your policy too, no more browsing fanart! Having completed 2/3s of Metroid Prime trilogy, I've decided to get Zero Mission. Great, but then comes the zero suit and paralyzer. You are definately stating the facts here in this MOC! I intend to make a Zero Suit Mosaic, cause thats the only sprite I could obtain at the time.
Oh what the heck, Samus ain't ruined, I think Samus has been tainted! Why do I think that way? Been alot of "booty" snapshots from friends. The creeps, thats what. I've heard of the phrase "Justin Bailey" among some Metroid fans too. I think you'd know that phrase, do you Areetsa? I'd puke phazon like Samus to see "Zero suit Samus Fanart". I feel sorry for Samus too. I will always see Samus as my favourite "vidya gaem" character, and I know you do too. Sorry for that, anyway I am having a go at Metroid sprite mosaics like what you did!
Quoting E.M.P .
True. As for donkey Konga, I was going to get ZM and Fusion, and then for some odd reason I decided not to because the GBA link (to the GC) didn't work with a DS (because I wanted to get the classic Metroid from MP). What can I say though, I was like 9. Fusion was still a great game, nonetheless, and one of my favs.
Yes. A fine game in its own right, but a little (lot) too linear for most Metroid fans.
Quoting E.M.P .
Great job! My only complaint is that it is a little too tall. I never played Zero Mission, I almost bought it with Fusion, but for some odd reason I decided to skip both and buy donkey konga....Hey, the konga's were included!
I know it's a little too tall, but the only way to fix that would be to shorten the shins- and thus make the thighs too long. I think it's a tolerable price to pay for the added agility this joint technique supplies. I suppose the advantages of the Donkey Konga Kongas is that you can play tom-tom and communicate with south seas savages?