Granted, the US box takes full and blatant advantage of The Ring having come out the year before, and also does the "inverted cross as a t" thing for no good reason. But the Japanese box goes right past understated and lands in dull territory.
It's not the outfits themselves that are the problem. It's what they say about Nintendo's attitude towards the character, when you read between the lines a little. With basically infinite examples of other characters in video games, even within Smash Bros, that mainly function as eye candy, was it really necessary for Samus to become just another one of them? Would it have ruined Smash Bros or Metroid, or the character of Samus for that matter, if she hadn't?
Obviously they have good reasons to do it, but I kinda thought Nintendo could afford not to, for dignity's sake. Maybe they don't see any further value in the Metroid property that warrants its protection?
I like it, DS4Tool works good. But I kept having problems with the PS4 turning on when I was using it, and interfering with the pairing somehow. I switched to the DS3, which is still perfect for any game I'm not using a mouse for.