Metroid: Other M is a dangerous game to write about. It will, and is already, creating a divide among Metroid and Nintendo fans. Some will enjoy the story-focused presentation and its heavy emphasis on action, while others will decry its departure from a moody, exploration-focused adventure. Is it worth all the interest? Has Team Ninja created a worthy Metroid experience, or have they created a Team Ninja action game, with Metroid clothing? The answer is a bit of both.