Metroid Prime Hunters is a first-person action-adventure video game published by Nintendo and developed by its Redmond-based subsidiary Nintendo Software Technology
The adventure mode takes place between Metroid Prime 1 and Metroid Prime 2. Samus gets sent on a mission to recover the ultimate power (also known as otoliths). Little does she know, there are 6 other hunters who are also trying to get the ultimate power for themselves. You travel via your ship to different planets. Each planet is unique. You will fight tons of enemies as you explore each planet. So, you may encounter another bounty hunter along the way. You also fight bosses near the end of each world.
This is where Metroid games excel. You play it in the first-person view and you can go around blasting all of your enemies to pieces, not that they can’t do that to you though. You can also pick up new weapons and energy tanks to increase life missile tanks to increase your missile capacity, and UA expansions (Universal Ammo) to increase the capacity of the other weapons you find. There is also Samus’s beloved Morph Ball form you can go in, and boost around the place and blow up things with the bombs.
There are 4 different control setups. A stylus and button mode for right-handed people, and a stylus and button mode for left-handed people. The thumb strap works the best in my opinion. If you are using stylus mode, you have the option to set the sensitivity which is nice. Controlling any 7 of the hunters couldn’t be easier. This Metroid is definitely more linear than the other Metroid Primes. The single-player alone is worth buying this game.