Multiple control schemes take full advantage of the DS touch screen, giving all gamers an ideal way to play Compete head-to-head in a series of action packed arenas as you take on other bounty hunters Link wirelessly with up to three friends for intense multiplayer action off one game card Hone your skills against a slew of enemies in single-player training modes like Regulator, Survival and Morph Ball -- then put them to the test when you compete in Death Match arenas with your friends over a wireless connection Metroid Prime: Hunters challenges your skills as you control Samus Aran, the space bounty hunter made famous in the Metroid series. A ferocious race, now extinct, has left behind relics of their once powerful warrior culture. Now bounty hunters from across the galaxy are racing against each other in order to lay claim to these relics hoping to harness their power for themselves. It's the race of a lifetime, as you guide Samus to the relics before other hunters can reach them - and use them on her.
I bought this game a couple days ago, and after getting familiar with it, I can finally write a review.Graphics - Let's face it, the ds isn't known for it's graphical quality, especially when it comes to 3D. But these graphics are great. They aren't as good as todays standard consoles, but I don't recall any N64 or Playstation game looking this good.Best out there right now for the DS so I give it a 5/5.Control - Control with the stylus takes a while to get used to, but once..