Metroid Prime: Blast Ball Demo Blasts onto eShop

Blast into a futurised game of football (or soccer for our American friends) in the Metroid Prime: Blast Ball Demo. Compete in teams of three, and use gigantic mechs to blast the ball into the opposing team’s goal. Teamwork is key if you want to succeed. Defend your goal, fend off your enemies, and blast that ball!

The Blast Ball demo went live on the eShop unexpectedly this past Thursday, and can be downloaded from the eShop for free right now. The demo comes packed with single player, local multiplayer, download play, and online multiplayer modes. You can also customise your mech with different designs and colours. If you tap a supported Amiibo, you may unlock a special design based on that character too! This is the perfect chance to become adjusted to the controls before Federation Force launches next month.

Metroid Prime: Federation Force releases exclusively for Nintendo 3DS Family Systems on the 19th August 2016 in North America, and the 2nd September 2016 in Europe! Check out the latest trailer after the break, or click here to find out more!

By | 2016-07-24T22:04:29+00:00 July 24th, 2016|3DS, Blast Ball, Metroid Prime, Nintendo|1 Comment

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  1. Casiox August 5, 2016 at 12:24 am

    Well, I've always considered myself a big Metroid fan, I've been playing that amazing game since I was just a little kid, around 5 – 6 years old until now, seems like Nintendo developers wanted to revive the game with something different and catchy for many players out there, it looks like a fun game to play and spend some time with, I will probably give it a try soon 😛

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