Don't like the fact that you'll be required to use the touchscreen for Metroid DS? Worry no more.
Europe's newest Nintendo Official Magazine has a rather informative interview with the one and only Shigeru Miyamoto. Along with a small newsbyte about Mario 128 (Nintendo is still experimenting with it), new information about Nintendo's flagship Nintendo DS title, Metroid Prime Hunters, was unearthed.
Mostly in part due to complaints and worries about the requirement to use the touch screen and stylus to play the game, and the way the DS would need to be held, Nintendo is now planning to include a non-touch screen control option. How exactly the game will play without the touch screen is unclear, but Nintendo is working on it, that's for sure.
The DS and Metroid Prime Hunters are scheduled to hit America by the end of the year, in case you've forgotten.