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.
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: Developer – Nintendo Publisher - NST Features Rumble Pak Compatible Wireless DS Single-Card Download Play Wireless DS Multi-Card Play Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service compatible Anyone who bought the DS at launch was treated to a taste of Nintendo's upcoming Metroid Prime Hunters as the demo was...
Excerpt: Whether or not you use the stylus, the controls are a little difficult to get used to. Over aiming, jumping when you don't mean to, morphing into a little ball or changing weapons are all common during an intense fight with a boss, guardians or even your rival hunters.
Summary: In late 2004, Nintendo released their double-screened handheld to controversy and speculation. The Game Boy Advance was getting on in age by console standards, and the Sony PSP was a looming, glossy, jet-black shadow on the horizon.
Summary: A mighty race, now extinct, has left behind relics of their once-powerful warrior culture. Now bounty hunters from across the galaxy are racing against each other to lay claim to these relics to harness their power for themselves.
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.