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- Product InformationSamus has long been the Galaxy's best bounty hunter, but that can change after a round with Metroid Prime: Hunters. Six additional bounty hunters are on the scene, ready to take the title once and for all. While the game has a great single player mode, it shines when it comes to multiplayer action. Both local and online play have a variety of modes, including Battle, Survival, Bounty, and Defender. Make it through these modes to show everyone that you are the best bounty hunter that ever lived, and then pick the game up again to defend your title with never ending online play.
- GameMetroid Prime: Hunters
- PlatformNintendo DS
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- GenreAction, Adventure
- ESRB DescriptorAnimated Blood, Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1-4
- Release Year2006
- Game Special Features<li>Play as or against six new bounty hunters, each with a distinct special weapon and alternate form<br/><br/><li>Explore different themed planets to locate powerful artifacts<br/><br/><li>Acquire weapon power-ups and other enhancements to battle boss characters at the end of each stage<br/><br/><li>Challenge friends to seven different multiplayer game types<br/><br/><li>Compete on 20 multiplayer maps<br/><br/>
- Game SeriesMetroid Prime Series
Most relevant reviews
- zalkariMar 24, 2017by
Great speed. Great game. Just absolutely perfect.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- gonl.v.njy2tbdbFeb 14, 2017by
Great game with awesome graphics! Many good levels on different planets!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- 1160922004@dele...May 28, 2013by
Good FPS game in a SCI-FI environment. Multiplayer. Good game overall.
I got this because I'm a metroid fanboy and purchased a DS-lite just to play PRIME HUNTERS, PINBALL and the gameboy advance games metroid ZERO MISSION & FUSION. The game is similar to the rest of the Prime series and although it is different it still is a good game, 2 player battle is fun. I don't think its as interesting as the other games in the Prime series and the scan button is a little too small. I wish it had more options for control (button placement options) but they do cover most of this well enough for left & right handed players. Music could be more memorable also. Good game but could be better, its limited being on the Ds obviously and I would prefer a 2D platformer that embodies the old school super metroid or gameboy advance titles better. For metroid fans and FPS gamers.
- areaiongamingFeb 19, 2013by
Metroid Prime: Hunters is awesome on the DS!
A year and a half ago, about a million Nintendo DS owners had a chance to experience a small portion of the game design of Metroid Prime Hunters in "First Hunt," a demo cartridge that was only a sliver of the production of the final build. Even though First Hunt was a decent preview of the direction the team was taking with the first announced DS first-person shooter, Metroid Prime Hunters takes all that to a new level. This ambitious project bleeds high production values, which is something you don't normally get on the handheld side of things. Both single and multiplayer components are hugely full featured and highly satisfying, whether you're a fan of action adventuring, deathmatch competing, or - even better - both equally. But pick up and play this game is not, at least not for starters. More on that in a moment. Metroid Prime Hunters nestles comfortably in the gap laid between the original Metroid Prime on the GameCube and its sequel, Metroid Prime: Echoes. To compliment this bounty hunter sandwich, NST's kept to the visual style and the gameplay framework on the Nintendo DS, but tailoring the idea to the strengths of the Nintendo DS. This naturally means "dual screen gaming" but it's how the team went about it that brings this design a lot closer to the first-person shooter genre on the PC than the console games (and their fancy, new-fangled analog sticks) have ever gotten. First, the NST DS team pushed the 3D elements of the Nintendo DS to recreate the same through-the-visor viewpoint that Retro Studios developed on the GameCube. Nintendo has always downplayed the Nintendo DS system's 3D capabilities ever since the debut of the system back in 2004, placing it close to the level of a Nintendo 64 in visual performance. But honestly, few N64 games looked this good and flowed this smoothly. The engine that NST produced on the DS moves at 30 frames per second with a level of detail that can get pretty stunning. Samus' morph ball, for example, has a glossy sheen that isn't particularly necessary, but it's the spit and polish that lifts a game's visual appeal from adequate to beautiful. On occasion the game has a tendency to chug when the environments throw a few too many effects at the player's screen, which shows that perhaps NST pushed the hardware just smidge too hard in places. Even still, these places are few and far between and really don't detract from the Metroid Prime experience. Next, using this 3D engine, the team worked the first-person action and adventuring aspect of the GameCube design on the Nintendo DS. But where the GameCube game limited the movement of view to streamline the control for the analog sticks, NST pushed touch-screen control that closely mirrors the keyboard and mouse combination that most first-person shooter fans swear by on the PC. Players can configure the controls for left or right-handed play, or totally forgo versatility for more rigid and digital movement of the D-pad and button combination, but it's using the touch screen like a mouse that really breaks Metroid Prime out of its shell. Read full review
- metroidfanaticFeb 29, 2012by
Ok, but not great. AMAZING Mulit-Player!
It is a good game. As the Metroid fan I am, I had to have all of the games. I bought Metroid Prime Hunters and was expecting a fun story. That, it was not. Was it interesting, yes. Here are my thoughts of what I did not like: Story had a lot of potential, but they did not do much with it. The game feels repetitive, even some of the bosses are recycled! The hunters were not that great. It felt as though I was facing multiplayer bots, not enemies in game. They were predictable. The controls cramp my hands, and the button controls are to slow. Here are my thoughts on what I liked: It was a pretty good looking 3D DS game. The puzzles are there, and are well implemented. Death comes easy in Morph Ball. The multiplayer is AMAZING! My friends and I spent many days versing each other. (Sylux was cheap......so I used him a lot!) The atmospheres for each area, are really deserted. Perfect for the Metroid feel! Overall, it is a DS must have. But, it is not at the top of the list as "great" games. I would recommend other games in the Metroid franchise over this one any day. But, for what it was, it was good. Read full review