|Metroid Prime Hunters|
North American box art
|Developer(s)||Nintendo Software Technology|
|Genre(s)||Action-adventure, 1st-person shooter|
|ESRB PEGI ACB|
In Metroid Prime Hunters you take the role of Samus Aran who is searching different planets to collect artifacts, but Samus is not alone in the universe, this time there are many hunters searching for the artifacts as well. Nintendo uses an interesting control scheme for Metroid Prime: Hunters, the top screen is where all the action takes place and where your HUD is located, while the touch screen acts as a radar, and an area for you beam selection. The real magic is how the touch screen is used to control Samus in this First Person Adventure, you simply move the stylus across the screen to where ever you wish to position your cannon, this works great for quick spins and complete accuracy. Metroid Prime: Hunters also utilizes the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection,and allows for four players to battle it out simultaneously. You can also chat with friends and have custom matches with rivals.
In multiplayer you can do a single card link with up to three of your friends. One of you must have a copy of Metroid Prime: Hunters to do so. In Single-Card Multiplayer, the person who has the copy of the game can be any of the hunters below if they had unlocked them. The others get to be Samus for the Deathmatch. If all of your friends have a copy of Metroid Prime: Hunters, you can be any character you want,and you get to play all 7 types of games. Plus to unlock any character for future games, simply defeat any characters that you have not unlocked, and then you can be that hunter for any game. You can also defeat any character in the game to unlock them in multiplayer too.
For more information on each hunter, press the hyper link for the selected character.