EMPEROR ING CAN SUCK A TURD. I’m not sure if it was because I played on the HyperMode Difficulty or just because Metroid Prime 2’s boss designs were just that bad….. but each boss battle was tedious, long, and boring. Emperor Ing though takes the cake as probably the worse boss I have ever fought, basically the Sephiroth of the Metroid series….. the 3 forms took me by surprise and after about 6 hours of frustration, I was able to kill him…… my wrist hurt and a timer started as we then fought Dark Samus once more. After dying on her, I was about to end the game for good until Metroid Prime 2 showed some mercy and let us continue by skipping Emperor Ing and going right to Dark Samus…. SWEET GLOB THANK YOU……. Dark Samus was easy though but I hated basically every boss in this game.
*Play Time: 18 Hours 26 Minutes (09/01/2017 – 09/13/2017) with 74% Complete
UPDATE: After unlocking the code in game, be sure to turn it off in Ocarina after you save as I’ve noticed these glitches happening as a result like this: http://bit.ly/2hBL1LO.
Do you want to play the HyperMode Difficulty without having to replay each Metroid Prime game to unlock it? Do you have a softmodded Wii? Well if so then you’re in luck, cause by using this here cheat code….. and following my tutorial above, you too can enjoy HYPERMODE in the Metroid Prime Trilogy (WII) right from the start.This method only works with Metroid Prime Trilogy (WII)
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With a Cheat Code Unlocked in the Metroid Prime Trilogy (WII), I was able to play through the hardest difficulty for Metroid Prime 2….. that being HyperMode. So let us see how different of a game it is with that turned on.