Metroid Prime: HuntersJohn Benyamine
If you've played and enjoyed the Metroid Prime series, Metroid Prime Hunters is right up your alley. The game's controls take a bit of time to get used to, but once you get the hang of it, you'll realize NST has done an extraordinary job in bringing Samus to the Nintendo DS. While the one-player game is lacking and some features are missing (see the Extended Review for more), Metroid Prime Hunters is easily worth purchasing if you're looking for an exciting game with great online play.
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