GameDaily writes: "Hardcore Nintendo fans remind us of stubborn old people. They like things a certain way, and will lash out whenever someone (or even something) threatens to change the norm. They went bonkers when Nintendo gave its beloved Metroid franchise to Retro Studios, and lost their marbles when both companies announced that the series would switch from the tried and true second dimension to glorious 3-D with Metroid Prime, as a first person shooter to boot. Of course, they worried for nothing, as the Prime trilogy released to critical acclaim, and some of them are probably concerned about Metroid: Other M, now that it's in the hands of Ninja Gaiden developer, Team Ninja. If you're one of these people, take a deep breath, count to ten and let the good games roll. Nintendo will continue to allow companies outside Japan to design some of its games for great reasons."