Excerpt: Before I was born pinball used to be a really big thing. In fact pinball was the arcade machine of choice long before video games were invented. Sort of like video killing the radio star, pinball has been decimated thanks to the video game industry.
Excerpt: Before you write off Metroid Prime Pinball as a lazy and rather untimely attempt at cashing in on a classic Nintendo series, consider that most brilliant pinball tables these days bank rather cynically on any license they can get hold of.
Summary: Whilst Japan and the US have had the UK-developed Metroid Prime Pinball since 2005, Europe has only just got its hands on the game. Created by Fuse Games, the British outfit that previously worked with Nintendo on Super Mario Ball for the GBA, the team has worked hard to ensure the standards have...
Conclusion: Despite the worries many Metroid fans had about Metroid Prime Pinball, this pinball adventure proved that there was nothing to even be worried about. Though many fans wont see this title as their Metroid dream game, it is great pinball game within the scope of the Metroid Prime series.
Conclusion: Metroid Prime Pinball is a challenging one player game that also provides a wireless multiplayer option that you and up 7 fellow gamers can battle each other on the same table to reach the high score first.
Excerpt: Developer – Fuse Games Publisher - Nintendo Rating: E - Everyone Features 1-8 Player Touch Screen Compatible Wireless DS Single-Card Download Play Rumble Pack Cartridge Save When one thinks of Metroid, one definitely does not think of pinball.
Excerpt: Metroid Prime Pinball is the latest pinball game from Nintendo,
courtesy of FUSE Games. When I first heard about it, I felt highly
skeptical. Even though Galactic Pinball for the Virtual Boy was a
quasi-Metroid pinball game, it felt pretty traditional, while this
would incorporate all kinds of...
Excerpt: We're used to seeing Mario spin-offs, but you can understand why Nintendo fans were concerned when Metroid Prime Pinball was announced. Metroid Pinball was developed by the same studio that brought us Mario Pinball Land , a game which was not well received.