Conclusion: *Cracks knuckles* Yeah...I think that's it; that's Metroid Prime Hunters; an amazing game, especially, especially when it comes to multiplayer goodness. There are just so many options and modes to choose from, as well as sweet characters and weapons to play with.
Excerpt: Bringing Metroid to three dimensions seemed like an impossible task, but it was done and done to perfection. After such an accomplishment, squeezing it onto the Nintendo DS seemed challenging, but not as vast a leap.
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a first-person shooter in which players blast their way through hordes of aliens, many of which are animals or robots. The game features some violence against human-like enemies, mainly in the multiplayer modes, but there is no gore or graphic death animations.
Summary: Metroid Prime: Hunters is exactly the game it promised to be. It's a solid Metroid game that fits into the franchise perfectly with the excellent level of gameplay gamers have come to expect from the series while providing a more action packed version of the game seen on Nintendo's consoles.
Excerpt: Metroid Prime: Hunters is the final realization of the first-person Metroid game for the Nintendo DS that has been in development since before the launch of the Nintendo DS in 2004. Nintendo packed in the First Hunt demo with the original DSs.
Excerpt: Although the
series is no stranger to handhelds, its DS release is somewhat of a new turn for the series. The series has only been a first-person shooter for the past few years, with
for GameCube being the first foray into 3D.