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Metroid Prime Pinball
Metroid Prime Pinball Boxart
Developer(s) Fuse Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Japan January 6, 2006
America November 25, 2005
Europe Unknown
Genre(s) Pinball
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone Everyone
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Media Nintendo DS Game Card
CreditsGallery


Metroid Prime Pinball is a pinball video game for the Nintendo DS. It is noted for being the first DS game to use the Rumble Pak, which came free with the game. This game seems to be somewhat of a remake of the GameCube classic Metroid Prime, as it features many of the same bosses and levels. As you would expect, the ball is Samus Aran in morph ball form. Occasionally, she will go onto a certain point on the board and get out of morph mode, and be able to shoot all of the enemies very quickly.

DeveloperEdit

The developer is Fuse Games, a new video game designer who also made Mario Pinball Land for the Game Boy Advance one year prior to this games release.

Multiplayer modeEdit

In the multiplayer mode (which only requires one copy of the game) you and up to seven others try to get the set score first. This mode also includes the Magmoor Caverns, which cannot be found in the single player mode of the game.

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