Metroid Prime: Pinball (2005)

Video Game  -  Fantasy | Sci-Fi | Sport  -  26 September 2005 (USA)
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Battle deadly enemies and experience a number of special modes such as Clone Machine Multiball and the Wall-Jump Challenge while you blast and bomb your high score into a state of pure ... See full summary »

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Battle deadly enemies and experience a number of special modes such as Clone Machine Multiball and the Wall-Jump Challenge while you blast and bomb your high score into a state of pure pinball pandemonium. Play tables across two screens at the same time using the touch screen to nudge the pinball table. Written by Shawn Watson

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Highly addictive, but not enough of it.
3 February 2006 | by (The Underverse) – See all my reviews

It doesn't make much use of the touch-screen feature of the DS but the dual-screen fits perfect for the tall nature of a pinball table (though there is annoying unseen space between them).

I've never played any of the other Metroid games but I do know that the main character can turn into a ball. You play that ball in this game (or just control the flippers that move it) and the tables are brilliantly done and are full of wild features. However, there are only 2 main tables, with a couple of extra bonus tables. Which is a bit of a let down since they could have crammed loads of crazy environments on there but we only get 2.

Yes the game is very, very addictive but since it's so short it will only have a limited lifespan. Pick it up cheap.

Graphics A- Sound B Gameplay B Lasting Appeal C


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