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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (Tower)

Wall Jump Surfaces are special walls that Samus can use to ascend, with the abilities of the Screw Attack. They appear in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. They always are in pairs, parallel to each other, to facilitate a continuous Wall Jump. The motion is almost identical to the Wall Jump of 2-D Metroid titles, which can be done off of almost any wall.

The Surfaces have different appearances in both games. In their initial appearance, the panels are a pale yellow colour with various brown spots on them. Their appearance in Corruption is much different, they have an emerald green, marble-like surface that shimmers.

Locations[]

Echoes[]

Corruption[]

Official data[]

Logbook entry[]

Before Screw Attack (Metroid Prime 2: Echoes)
"Object analysis complete.
Surface designed to work with an advanced movement system.
Without this system, the surface is inaccessible.
"
Before Screw Attack (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption)
"Unknown surface type. Designed to work with an advanced movement system."


Wall Jump Surface

Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

Temporary scan

System: Wall Jump Surface
Area designed to work with Screw Attack.
Perform Screw Attacks while facing and touching this wall to do a Wall Jump.

Logbook entry

This surface was designed to be used in conjunction with the Screw Attack system. Perform Screw Attacks while facing and touching wall to do a Wall Jump.

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Wall Jump Surface

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Temporary scan

System: Wall Jump Surface
Area is designed to work with Screw Attack system.

Logbook entry

This surface was designed to be used in conjunction with the Screw Attack system. Perform Screw Attacks while facing and touching the wall to do a Wall Jump.

On-screen tutorial (Corruption)[]

"Screw Attack toward the surface to begin a Wall Jump."

Trivia[]

  • Renders released by Amanda Rotella show that Wall Jump Surfaces in Corruption went through two design iterations. The first design was closer in appearance to Echoes, being a light beige in color with a pattern of brown sun symbols up and down the Surface, while the second design features a red and black "lava" appearance. See the gallery below for reference.

Gallery[]

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