Summary: Another great Treasure game. I've never played the original on N64, so I can't compare it to that, but I have played Gunstar Heroes and Guardian Heroes. Being 3D, the perspective is different, but it does maintain the same amount of constant battling and intense action.
Summary: Personally, I am not a huge vertical shooter fan, I usually find them entertaining for a little bit ... by which I mean a level or two, but then I just drop off and give up. It must be the anime style characters, interesting story line, awesome boss battles and unique take on being able to walk or...
Summary: Treasure entertainment (the makers of this game) have a long, proud history of kicking gamers' butts. It was founded by a guy who broke away from Nintendo because he didn't like making sequels. The company proceeded to garner some fame for one hit game in the 1990's called Sin & Punishment.
Summary: I remember when i played the demo of this game at Gamestop and i was like "Holy C*** this is awesome!" and then my cousin had to pry me from the wiimote. Needless to say this is a great game. There are some cons though. It's pretty hard so get ready to die multiple times.
Summary: If you're a more experienced gamer with a Wii that's been collecting dust because of a lack of new software, you should definitely give this title a go. It's a great shooter that barely gives you time to breathe between the crazy levels and the formidable boss fights.
Summary: If you like on-rails shooters, this is definitely a game to check out. Want some co-op action? We've got it. Want OODLES AND OODLES of enemies on screen? We've got that too. Tough as nails, fun as heck, and for a great price.