Pop in Metroid Other M, and you'll be immediately struck by the captivating story, interesting graphics, and the voluptuous Samus. As the game unfolds, you are drawn in, and possibly start to wonder why the game isn't getting better reviews. As the gameplay starts though, it soon becomes apparent that the intuitive controls are, well, perhaps a bit too intuitive. With the push of a single button, you can do dazzling combos and strike with surprising accuracy--no real skill involved. While beginning gamers will definitely find this a plus, it can turn out to be a bit boring for people who actually wanted to *play* the game. AveryZoe at GoozerNation reviews Metroid: Other M.