The following is a list of the trophies from the Metroid series that appear in the 3DS. There are 13 trophies in total.

Name How to Unlock PictureDescription
SamusClassic ModeSamusAranTrophy3DSSamus Aran has fought her way across a variety of planets in the Metroid series. She wears a Power Suit designed by the Chozo, giving her incredible versatility in a fight. She can wade in, but she favors beams and missiles. A fully charged Charge Shot packs a serious punch!
Samus (Alt.)All-StarSamusAranEXTrophy3DSSamus protects herself from overhead enemies with her up smash, Cover Fire, which can land multiple hits on anyone it connects with. Samus also fires a homing missile by holding sideways and pressing the special- attack button or launches a Super Missile by quickly tapping sideways instead.
Zero Suit SamusClassic ModeZamusTrophy3DSSamus is far from helpless when her Power Suit is deactivated. Sure, she loses a lot of the moves and weapons she had access to before, but her Jet Boots pick up the slack! She also has the Paralyzer, a versatile weapon that can shock her rivals or change into a Plasma Whip to grab edges and enemies.
Zero Suit Samus (Alt.)All-StarZamusEXTrophy3DSZero Suit Samus's up special Boost Kick involves a series of fast kicks that end with a swift, sideways-launching one. A perfectly executed attack will hit eight times! Her down special Flip Jump can bury a grounded fighter in the dirt. She can kick midflip by pressing the special button.
Screw AttackTBAScrewAttackTrophy3DSThis handy item grants you the same power as Samus's Screw Attack when you pick it up. With the right timing, you can execute a devastating combo of midair attacks. Be careful though-some fighters sacrifice the height of their jumps when they're wearing this.
MetroidTBAMetroidTrophy3DSFirst discovered on planet SR388, this floating life-form grows by absorbing the energy around it. It is incredibly durable but extremely weak to cold. In Smash Bros., a Metroid will grab a rival by the head and drain energy. If you get grabbed, shake it off by pressing left and right.
Mother BrainTBAMotherBrainTrophy3DSHailing from the Metroid series, this evil boss resides on the planet Zebes. When she appears in Smash Bros., she attacks with energy projectiles and a beam from her eye. It's actually possible to defeat her,cans for once doing so won't start a self-destruct sequence.
Dark SamusTBADarkSamusTrophy3DSThis terrifying creature is made of Phazon. Along with regenerative abilities, she can also brainwash her victims and clone herself. Summoned into Smash Bros., she resembles Samus Aran and mimics some of her moves, firing Arm Cannon blasts, launching homing missiles, or even unleashing Phazon.
GeemerTBASSB3DSTrophyZoomerThese creepy crawlers from the Metroid series cling to any surface, even the ceiling. The spikes on their backs are painful to the touch, so be careful around them. In Smash Run they'll travel on the floors or ceilings, so borrow a page from Samus's book and take them out from afar.
ReoTBAReoTrophy3DSThese clawed, fly-like enemies from Metroid show up in Smash Run, too. They float in midair, then fly in a U shape when you get close. They're predictable, which makes them easy to outsmart, but stay on your toes anyway--their attacks can send you flying. One way to beat them is to grab and throw when they buzz near you.
KihunterTBAKihunterTrophy3DSCreatures hailing from the Metroid series. They start off life as a Zero, growing into this bee-like form. Kihunters prefer to attack with quick dashes and by spitting gobs of acid. Definitely dodge the acid— it stuns you and goes through shields. Defeated Kihunters drop Jump stat boosts.
Samus (Varia Suit)TBAVariaSuitTrophy3DSWhen most people think of Samus, they think of her wearing the Varia Suit. It not only grants her power far beyond her own physical strength but also can unleash a deadly array of beams from the Arm Cannon. And, in a feature quite unique to the Metroid series, it let's her morph into a ball instead of having to crawl!
Samus (Gravity Suit)TBAGravitySuitTrophy3DSPower Suits aren't known for being good in water, so if you're the aquatic type, what you need is a Gravity Suit. This stylish, glowing suit upgrade not only completely nullifies fluid resistance - making moving underwater a breeze - but also reduces damage and improves your underwater vision. What more could you ask for?
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