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Record of Samus (レコード・オブ・サムス?)[1] is the theme that plays on the Mission Final screen in Metroid Prime, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Metroid Prime Hunters, Metroid Prime Pinball, and Metroid: Samus Returns.


It is an upbeat and celebratory remix of Planet Tallon IV, which in turn was an arrangement of the famous Brinstar theme from the original Metroid. The version in the core three Prime games is the same, while the other games feature remixes.

The Metroid Prime 2: Echoes Bonus Disc has a more uplifting variant for when the demo of Echoes is complete.

In Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt, Regulator mode features an upbeat arrangement of Planet Tallon IV that is very similar to Record of Samus.

In Hunters, Record of Samus is track 03 in the Music Test, and referred to as Results in the game's BGMSELECTLIST.DAT file.

Record of Samus is used in the E3 2007 trailer for Corruption, played over in-game music and sound effects.[1]

The Samus Returns version, titled End Results[2][3] or Matad Result[4], was first featured in the Overview Trailer as the narrator discusses the game's amiibo functionality. It later played in the Weapons Trailer. As with the Prime games, it plays on the ending screen. This is the first non-Metroid Prime game to include the theme. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, End Results can be played on any Metroid stage.

The theme from Prime, Echoes and Corruption can be heard here: [2], the theme from Echoes Bonus Disc here: [3], the theme from First Hunt here: [4], the theme from Hunters here: [5], the theme from Pinball here: [6] and the theme from Samus Returns here: [7].


  1. ^ Metroid Prime & Fusion Original Soundtracks
  2. ^ Metroid: Samus Returns Sound Test
  3. ^ Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  4. ^ Metroid: Samus Returns internal files; "Matad" is a reference to the development codename of Samus Returns, Project Matadora