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Sin and Punishment: Star Successor - Nintendo Wii
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- An online international leaderboard lets players see how their scores stack up against players from other countries, and unlock even more points by figuring out and performing coin and medal-achieving tricks
- Fight from the sky or the ground using the precision control abilities of the Wii Remote-Nunchuk combination, the Classic Controller, the Classic Controller Pro, Nintendo Gamecube controller or the Wii Zapper
- Choose from two playable characters, Isa and Kachi, each with unique combat abilities
- The better a player's skills, the more multiplier points are earned, and the higher the overall score. Players will want to play the game again and again to beat their personal best on each level
- Multiplayer option allowing a second player can join the fight to dish out twice the punishment
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You can move anywhere on the screen and the game has gorgeous visuals. The game packs a variety of action sometimes switching between 2D and 3D to angling the camera without a stop in the action. The boss battles are intense, wicked and immensely satisfying once you win. Overall the game is brutally challenging (difficult on the normal level and an absolute nightmare on the hard level). The game might feel short for some people (after 6 and a half hrs I'm about to finish on normal), but the action is so intense and there are so many challenges (from unlockables to beating a previous score) that the replay value is pretty high.
The visuals are gorgeous, the sound adds to the action. Controls are very sharp and it has high replay value.
GAMEPLAY: S&P2 sticks to the classic design of some of the oldest shooters out there. There are no power-ups, alternate weapons, or any other gimmicks. There are two characters to choose from. Both play very similar, but the difference is how their charge-up shots work. Both characters also have the ability dodge, jump, and fly. Beyond that, the concept is simple... shoot everything that moves and blast away massive boss enemies. This game relies on brilliant level designs and boss fights, which is a welcome breath of fresh air to the genre. Some levels are strictly 3D where you shoot everything ahead of you and others are truly old-school 2D scrolling levels. The transition between the two level types is seamless and I didn't even realize it happened until several minutes after slipping into a 2D level. Unexpected but very welcome.
PRESENTATION: S&P2 is basically a huge chain of impressive boss battles strung together with short sections filled to the brim with enemies. Killing more than 600 enemies on a single level isn't unheard of. The storyline that ties this game together is pretty bad, basically giving the player a taste of some of the worst anime script writing I have suffered through. The voice actors sound bored and it is pretty obvious they didn't put much effort into their recording.Read more ›
if you've never played the original, you're in for a real mind warp; the hallmarks of the series- the fast pace, high difficulty, ever-changing gameplay and sheer number of enemies on screen at once- are incomparable to anything else out there and the extra power provided by the wii has been used to it's fullest to absolutely drench the screen in robots and gunfire; starfox, even on it's hardest levels, is a walk in the park compared to this.
the game is played by controlling one of two human(ish) characters, isa and kachi, by either walking and jumping on the ground or hovering in the air with a jetpack. you'll be penalized with a halt of your score counter while using the jetpack (it climbs continuously while on the ground), but otherwise you're free to make the choice to take to the air anytime without any restrictions, and the ability to do so is extremely liberating.
your main weapon is a rapid fire laser that can be charged periodically to unleash devastating attacks, with each character's attack being charged in a different way; kachi will lock onto multiple enemies at once and deliver moderately powerful missiles to each, while isa fires a single atomic blast.Read more ›
It is also a perfect Wii game. You aim with the Wii remote and move your character with the Nunchuck while the game handles the on-rails camera. You'll be raining destruction upon enemies assaulting from every angle at once with smooth, satisfying flicks of the Wii remote's pointer while simultaneously dodging massive counter-attacks and more bullets than you can comprehend. And Easy is forgiving enough that new players can enjoy the game without being thrashed - for the first few stages, at least.
These qualities also make it a great game to play with friends. The game's intuitive controls mean they'll be into the action in minutes and you can pick up a second Wii remote to assist them. Player two acts as a second gun, and cannot use charged shots. Despite this, you never feel hampered playing this way because there is plenty of shooting to be done and strategies to be devised between friends.
Alas, the game is a flawed masterpiece. It has a cringe-inducing story cut-scenes which, mercifully, can be skipped. A couple of fights require unintuitive tricks to beat, sending you to the Game Over screen several times even on Easy mode. However, its most significant flaw is its length - a few short hours (4-6) and you're watching the credits roll.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely hands down the #1, or tied for #1, on-rails arcade shooter. The wii remote and nunchuck are truly innovative and used to their full potential here. The fun don't stop!Published 4 months ago by Logan
If you like touhou project, buy it.
This game is real cool, and fun.
And that cover illustration? whoa!
Five stars because it's as expected but the game itself is easy for like two levels then gets so much going on the screen at once that I get way deep in trouble and can't get out. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A. Barker
One of the most overrated, unfair, annoying, tedious games on the Wii. With enemies that take an eternity to kill, boss battles that never stop, no gain of HP, no extra lives, most... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joshua Holcomb
This game is AWESOME! Can't believe I never gave it a chance before. I HIGHLY recommend this game if you love sci-fi shooters on rails.Published 11 months ago by Lenny
Kept hearing people say this game was really good and I believed them. Just wasn't at the top of my list. Read morePublished 11 months ago by KillerBearSquid
If you just wanna use your zapper, Link's Crossbow Training is much more fun. Shooting stuff here is not as satisfying as I would've liked.Published 12 months ago by Jorge Diaz