REVIEW: Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Wii)

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REVIEW: Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Wii)

Postby Jon Mercer » Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:10 am

The Charge:
The hair-trigger shooter game for the Wii is here!

Opening Statement:
Western gamers can be forgiven for scratching their heads and furrowing their brows when people bring up the original Sin and Punishment. A cult hit in the making, it made a slight blip on the radar in the dying days of the Nintendo 64, but languished in its native Japan, robbing western N64 owners of the chance to boast more great games on that system than can be counted on one hand. A decade has passed since Sin and Punishment was one of the most sought after import titles in all of gaming, and thanks to the title’s success on the Wii’s Virtual Console; Nintendo and Treasure have brought the sequel, Sin and Punishment: Star Successor across the vastness of the earth and into the twitching fingers of starving action gamers across North America. Once again, Treasure’s rule against developing sequels has been broken. The question is though, is it going to be worth it this time?

Fierce reviews lie on the horizon!
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