9. Metroid Prime Pinball – Nintendo DS 2005
It’s a pinball game, but dammit it’s a lot of fun, so shut up. As one of the only games to support a rumble feature on the Nintendo DS, and one of very few to seamlessly transition gameplay between the consoles’ top and bottom screen in real time, Metroid Prime Pinball made for an awesome arcade game to while away travelling for Metroid fans, as it incorporated enemies, environments and music from the first Metroid Prime game so well, that I wish the same developers, Fuse Games (now Silverback Studios) gave every Nintendo franchise a quality pinball treatment. Their other noteworthy adaptation was Mario Pinball Land on the GameBoy Advance.