We are rapidly approaching the August 19 release date for Metroid Prime: Federation Force for 3DS, and its absence from E3 and Nintendo's Treehouse presentation did raise a few eyebrows. So Nintendo Japan has obliged and released a video showing 10 minutes of gameplay for the first-person shooter. It's in Japanese, but you'll get them idea.
The video also revealed amiibo support for the game as well:
Federation Force is a Metroid Prime spinoff where players assume the role of a Galactic Federation Marine. The game will have four-player co-op and incorporates a number of co-op elements into its core gameplay, although Federation Force lacks the touch-based controls of Hunters and the scanning mechanics of the Metroid series.