Since I am near the end of Metroid Prime 3: Corruption for the Nintendo Wii, I am considering new games for me to play next. I am interested in Metroid: Other M, but I want to know without spoliers how well it takes advantage of the Wii's unique capabilities.
For example: Metroid Prime 3: Corruption has certain moves Samus can perform which are invoked by "flicking" the Wiimote or by casting the Nunchuck in various ways. Interaction with various objects requires unique and semi-accurate motion of the Wiimote. Also, certain monsters require you to shake the Wiimote to escape their grasp, and the game uses a point-and-shoot interface of the Wiimote for aiming. However, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption does not take advantage of the Wiimote's ability to play sound.
As opposed to a game like A Boy and His Blob for the Wii, which doesn't take advantage of the Wiimote's capabilities in any form.
Without spoliers, how well does Metroid: Other M advantage of the Wiimote's unique features?