Summary: This is a great scifi action game for the DS. It has the perfect mix of shooting and puzzle solving to be worthy of recognition in high places. The graphics are immersive and detailed and the controls respond wonderfully. The storyline itself is great and will keep you ducking and dogging through alien catacombs for hours at a time. Overall, this game is one of the best games ever to be made on the DS.
Moon is the game Metroid Prime Hunters should've been
2 February 2012
Summary: Moon's the closest thing to Metroid Prime that you'll find on the DS. The graphics and atmosphere really set a standard for first-person games on the DS. While Dementium had its moments, I'd argue that Moon is more moody, immersive and satisfying to play. You'll spend most of the time exploring the moon in first-person view and submersing yourself in a very detailed and interesting adventure, but you'll also get into a moon buggy and roam the moon's surface.
Summary: This game shows that we are not alone. In this game you are on the moon, and your moon base is attacked. You have to find your friends and stop what is happening. This game is very long, and the bosses are hard to eliminate, in the game you get part of the map on the bottom screen, and in that bottom screen, look at the right hand corner and you'll see the all of the map.
Summary: Being new to the DS Lite crowd, Moon was my second game to purchase for the system. I really enjoyed the game (even on the rookie mode). It was challenging but straight forward in the game play. NEVER boring! I highly recommend this game!
Summary: I will pull no punches, I plain loved this game. Moon works as a really high energy first person shooter. Aliens come out, you shoot them. Shooting is challenging and the targets look great. The game also works as an adventure game... as you go through you uncover a story, you meet cool characters and even bond (at least I did) with your buddy, a remotely piloted droid you control. I also drove an awesome lunar buggy and found and unlocked hidden levels.
Summary: I have always loved first person shooters on the PC but never got on with the controls when playing them on a console. The DS touchscreen at last solves this problem for me. You use the lower screen to look about (much like you would the mouse on a PC FPS) and your other hand on the directional controls to move. The graphics are amazing for the DS. Many DS games go for a cartoon look, which the system does very well.
Summary: This game, unsurprisingly, takes place on the moon in the midst of uncovering an ancient alien ruin. It jumps into the action pretty much straight away as your team goes MIA and you have to find out what happened to them. In a lot of ways this game is similar to Metroid Prime Hunters. It looks very similar (in other words, pretty fantastic), and controls in much the same way.
Summary: Die Zahl an Ego-Shootern auf dem DS steigt immer weiter an. Ob Call of Duty, Metroid Prime Hunters oder mehr oder weniger bekannte Titel wie Dementium - Die Anstalt. Nicht allzu lange ist es her da hat das amerikanische Entwicklerstudio Renegade Kid eben Dementium - Die Anstalt herausgebracht. Und nun folgt Renegade Kids zweiter Streich. Moon. In den Gameplayvideos sieht Moon aus wie eine Mischung aus Metroid und Quake oder ein anderer Space-Shooter.
Pros: sehr gute Grafik, großartige Story, klasse Inszenierung, viel Waffen, klasse Nachschub für Ego - Sho
Cons: leider kein Multi - Player, sehr kurz, bisher nichts von einem Nachfolger bekannt, Drohnenaufgaben s
Summary: Wie der Name schon vermuten lässt spielt die Geschichte bei diesen Shooter auf dem Mond. Der Mond ist bereits besiedelt und es wurde auch eine Basis gegründet. Bei Ausgrabungen werden eines Tages Bauwerke gefunden und ihr als Major Edwart Scott Kane habt die Aufgabe diese zu untersuchen. Das Spiel beginnt mit der Erklärung der Steuerung und auch im weiteren Verlauf gibt es immer wieder Hinweise dazu.