byBlake Snow||March 22nd 2006 at 10:00amMarch 22nd 2006 10:00 am
At the time of writing,
Metroid Prime: Hunters for the Nintendo DS has a compiled ratio of 90% in terms of game quality with several
other reviews outstanding. Here's the first claims regarding the multi-player shooter in question:
IGN 90% - "The NST team really went all out for
this online experience - not only is the game tracking an enormous amount of statistics, but it's also the first DS
game to support voice chatting via the system's microphone... Metroid Prime Hunters is easily the best
handheld first person shooter developed to date, even with its somewhat high learning curve and cramp-inducing
GamePro 90% -
"Approximately as big as Metroid Prime on the GameCube, it's hard to imagine how Nintendo squeezed
Hunters into a tiny DS cartridge. Metroid Prime: Hunters is a very polished game, suffering more from small
quirks than actual flaws."
Not the most varying scores, so be sure to check out the average score as
the week goes on if you're still skeptical about this title. Not that you should be.