Nintendo announces that Metroid Prime: Hunters will have online Hunters Licenses to track player stats and help find opponents at your skill level.
Note: The Metroid Prime: Hunters official game website has also been updated with many new gameplay videos.
Players Can Battle Wirelessly and Talk Smack With Metroid Prime Hunters
The new Metroid(R) Prime Hunters launches March 20 and is an action-
packed first-person adventure game for Nintendo DS(TM). Up to four players
can play wireless matches locally or using Nintendo(R) Wi-Fi Connection,
Nintendo's wireless gaming network, which lets them hook up with friends or
battle strangers. Each gamer also gets a Hunters License, which keeps track
of key game-play stats and lets opponents size up one another before a match.
Nintendo DS owners also will soon let their voices be heard as the title
features wireless voice chat technology that lets players talk to one another
before and after they face off.
Ever since the demo version of Metroid Prime Hunters came bundled with
the first Nintendo DS systems, gamers have been eager to get their hands on
the full game. Their patience has paid off. With new bounty hunters,
precision touch-screen controls, wireless Wi-Fi battles and voice chat,
Nintendo introduces a new level of creativity and fun to this storied
Metroid Prime Hunters is Rated T for Teen. To learn more about Nintendo
Wi-Fi Connection or the extensive online stat tracking, log onto
www.nintendowifi.com. For more information about Metroid Prime Hunters and
videos of the new bounty hunters in action, visit www.metroidhunters.com.