Valve has tons of shooters, but every one is distinct, and Treasure’s done the same with the run n’ gun platformer.
The second GBA game is the best in the series, because it added some wonderful things to the base took the most risks with the franchise, adding narrative storyline elements and a new look (and accompanying biology) for Samus.
It even gave us one of the best villain concepts in the series, as the SA-X showed us how terrifying an enemy Samus could be before is easily the best one available.
The game has been tweaked to remove some annoying glitches that occur in the SNES version, the translation is better (although maybe not as memorable) and it lacks the horrendous load times featured in the PS1 version.
Still, you can manage to find the ROM file for this game, you can download a patch that makes it English, which is what I had to do.
So once the translation was out of the way, I thoroughly enjoyed this game, for what it was, anyway. For those who don’t know what Love Hina is all about, you may have a slightly difficult time trying to keep up with what happens in the game.
The visual novels are easily the best known and most prevalent in the genre.