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Metroid 2002: Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

Welcome to Metroid 2002's Metroid Prime 2: Echoes section. Check out Speed Runs or Sequence Breaking tricks in the menu to your left.



Added or updated the following pages: Boss Tricks: Emperor Ing. DJGrenola


Added or updated the following pages: Without Grapple: Grand Abyss, Early Items: Boost Ball, Speed Tricks: Battleground, Dungeon, Other: Air Underwater, Comedy Marine Funeral, Flying Blogg, Stubborn Door. DJGrenola


DJGrenola has drastically and dramatically advanced the world of Metroid Prime 2 speed running and low percenting. His amazing new 17% in 1:55 run is available now at the Internet Archive. Be sure to download the high quality .mkv files (which play in VLC) and switch to the second audio track to listen to Grenola's commentary -- you won't be disappointed. Nate


Silent Echo recorded the videos and Sparky wrote the descriptions for the pages in the new Speed Tricks section added today. This is also the first set of H.264 videos added to the site, bringing with them a new level of quality. Be warned that if you're still using QuickTime 6, the videos won't work - you'll need to upgrade QuickTime first. Nate


Added or updated the following pages: Early Items: Boost Ball, Boss Tricks: Boost Guardian, Early Missile: Temple Access, Without Grapple: Sanctuary Temple, Without Spider: Main Research, Sanctuary Temple, Watch Station. Nate


Added or updated the following pages to address the first two version differences found that affect gameplay: Without Grapple: Venemous Pond, Without Boost: Meeting Grounds. Nate


Welcome to the new Metroid Prime 2: Echoes section of Metroid 2002! This section is the work of kip: every video and every bit of text here (except this) has been produced by him. I'd like to thank him for his hard work and dedication in producing what is by far the best section on the site yet. Note that this section replaces the Wiki that was used up until now as the primary Metroid Prime 2 sequence breaking reference. If you'd like to access it, you can still do so here. Nate