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In the ending of the original ''[[Metroid]]'', [[Samus Aran]] breaks the fourth wall as she looks directly at the player. If either of the two best endings are earned, in which she wears her [[Justin Bailey|one]] or two-piece bikini, Samus will remove her Power Suit, reveal her true identity and then wave to the player before the credits roll. This ending is referenced in ''[[Metroid: Samus Returns]]'', if the game is completed on [[Hard Mode]] in under 4 hours. Samus will appear with her green hair and pink leotard and boots from the original ''Metroid'', and wave to the player in the same manner as the original game.
 
In the ending of the original ''[[Metroid]]'', [[Samus Aran]] breaks the fourth wall as she looks directly at the player. If either of the two best endings are earned, in which she wears her [[Justin Bailey|one]] or two-piece bikini, Samus will remove her Power Suit, reveal her true identity and then wave to the player before the credits roll. This ending is referenced in ''[[Metroid: Samus Returns]]'', if the game is completed on [[Hard Mode]] in under 4 hours. Samus will appear with her green hair and pink leotard and boots from the original ''Metroid'', and wave to the player in the same manner as the original game.
   
The comical ''[[Victory Techniques for Metroid]]'' Japanese manga and strategy guide features Samus frequently breaking the fourth wall. She is seen playing ''[[The Legend of Zelda]]'' on her [[Famicom Disk System]] before landing on [[Zebes]], and mistakes an [[Air Hole]] for a Warp Pipe from ''[[Mario (series)|Mario]]''.
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The comical ''[[Victory Techniques for Metroid]]'' Japanese manga and strategy guide features Samus frequently breaking the fourth wall. She is seen playing ''The Legend of Zelda'' on her [[Famicom Disk System]] before landing on [[Zebes]], and mistakes an [[Air Hole]] for a Warp Pipe from ''[[Mario (series)|Mario]]''.
   
 
In ''[[Metroid Fusion]]'', pulling off a series of difficult [[Shinespark]]s to reach the [[Sector 4]] [[Data Room]] before obtaining the [[Diffusion Missile]]s will allow Samus to bear witness to a [[Sector 4 conversation|unique conversation]]. The computerized [[Adam]] and the "[[Federation official]]" both laud Samus for using the Shinespark. As a reward, the official prepares to tell Samus about the [[Galactic Federation]]'s [[Restricted Laboratory|secret project]] aboard the [[BSL Station]], which Adam quickly shuts down. After establishing that Samus's [[List of objectives in Metroid Fusion|objective]] is clear, Adam asks "I wonder how many players will see this message...?"
 
In ''[[Metroid Fusion]]'', pulling off a series of difficult [[Shinespark]]s to reach the [[Sector 4]] [[Data Room]] before obtaining the [[Diffusion Missile]]s will allow Samus to bear witness to a [[Sector 4 conversation|unique conversation]]. The computerized [[Adam]] and the "[[Federation official]]" both laud Samus for using the Shinespark. As a reward, the official prepares to tell Samus about the [[Galactic Federation]]'s [[Restricted Laboratory|secret project]] aboard the [[BSL Station]], which Adam quickly shuts down. After establishing that Samus's [[List of objectives in Metroid Fusion|objective]] is clear, Adam asks "I wonder how many players will see this message...?"
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