Conclusion: Sin and Punishment: The Star Successor carries on the Treasure tradition splendidly. The difficulty may scare some players away, and Star Successor probably isn't for them. However, anyone that has fond memories of old school gaming and owns a Wii, this is definitely one release to check out.
Excerpt: L'Espace Intérieur et l'Espace Extérieur. Des empires incapables de vivre en harmonie, du moins chacun de leur côté. Mais les attaques se font plus appuyées du côté Extérieur, et pour se défendre efficacement, l'Espace Intérieur a choisi de créer des Terres (car dans Sin and Punishment 2, créer des Terres est aussi facile que de perdre son travail en France).
Fresh and frantic arcade shooter combines many genres.
Common Sense Media
12 August 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this game features fantasy violence between two humans and a number of enemy robots and bizarre creatures in a futuristic Japan. The guns, fighting moves, and enemies are highly fantastic and not meant to seem realistic. There's no blood or gore. The action is very fast paced and frenetic, though, with the sounds of laser fire and futuristic fighting heard throughout.
Review: Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Nintendo Wii)
4 August 2010
Summary: As much as I enjoyed my time with Sin and Punishment 2 , I can’t deny it is in the lower tier of Treasure developed games. I mean, it’s not Ikaruga , Radiant Silvergun , Guardian Heroes , Gunstar Heroes or Bangai-O by any stretch of the imagination. However it is better than Bangai-O Spirits , Stretch Panic , Silhouette Mirage , or Tiny Toons Adventures .
Conclusion: Overall, it's an extremely well polished game of reflex that will enthrall players with its brisk pacing, ludicrous story, and out of this world innovative gameplay concepts. So, if you liked the original Sin & Punishment or any of the traditional Star Fox games, you will absolutely love Successor.