#1 Metroid Prime Hunters
Metroid Prime Hunters is an Action-Adventure, Shooter, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Nintendo. Throughout the game, the player assumes the role of a protagonist named Samus Aran, who has to investigate a mysterious message from the Cluster. While exploring the world, the player views the character from the first-person perspective.
The player equips a power suit that allows him to access his gunship from anywhere in the field. The player can scan any object, and the gunship will return relevant information retrieved from its database. An Arm Cannon is there on the Power Suit, which can help the player to attack enemies. To enter small tunnels, Samus can roll into a ball that decreases the size.
In the form of a ball, the player receives unlimited bombs but can use three at a time to defend or destroy small objects. The game features a multiplayer mode that supports up to four players who can chat with each other. The player can control six hunters in a single-player campaign.
More About F.E.A.R. 3
F.E.A.R. 3 is an Action-Adventure, Horror, Shooter, and Single-player video game developed by Warner Bros Entertainment. It is the third main installment in the F.E.A.R series and has offered the same storyline to follow. As a shooter, the player has to come across multiple enemies and turn them into pieces.
While inspecting the playfield, the player views the environment from a first-person perspective. The player can carry two weapons with him at a time and gain ammo from dead soldiers and weapon crates. The game has a damage bar, and when the bar gets full, the character dies. The game has a campaign mode where the player either serve as a point man or Paxton Fettel.
As a Point Man, the player can use weapons, throw grenades, and use the character’s slow-motion ability to slow downtime. Whereas, as Fettel, the player cannot use any conventional weapons by default, but the game offers the player to use psychic powers to suspend and throw objects.