Summary: A handheld addition to Metroid Prime seems like a good idea, but when all of the steering is done with the stylus on the bottom screen, it's a little less than ideal. Especially while traveling. Exploring is easy enough, but the gameplay mechanics mixed with the N64-level graphics make combat (especially fights against quick bosses) unamusingly frustrating.
Summary: This is one of the best, if not THE best multiplayer DS game ever. Whether everyone has their own Metroid game or just 1 person has it and others download in, it's a blast. Great game play, graphics, and a large array or special weapons.
Summary: I bought this game just to try it out, and this is easily the best game I've ever played on the Nintendo DS. It pushes the technology to the limit and brings an amazing twist to dual screen software.
Summary: The multiplayer is the best, it's like playing a first person shooting game on the DS! As in call of duty, halo, etc. So you can bring it anywhere you want! The graphics are great for a DS game plus on multiplayer you can play a variety of characters! They play similar but not the same. The multiplayer will probably entertain you for days! mainly because some fights take about an hour.
Summary: I love this game and even though I found it difficult at first I really enjoyed. I would suggest this game to people who are in between casual gaming and hardcore gaming because that is where you have to be at least to play the game. The game can seem unfair if a boss is to difficult, but if you are careful then you can beat it. The graphics are amazing for a DS game even though graphics do not help to make the game itself great.