Summary: this is a very good rail shooter game. I've played the original Sin and Punishment on the n64, and this one does not dissappoint at all. If you like the original one, this one should be as enjoyable as the first game.
Summary: A challenge in every sense of the word, Sin and Punishment: Star Successor reminds gamers everywhere how hard games can really be. Unlike some hard games, Sin and Punishment is completely fair and extremely fun to play, and in some stages amazing to look at even if it's a game on the Nintendo Wii. I prefer this game over any Star fox game and I honestly believe this game and it's predecessor are underrated gems that were buried under the more popular star fox games.
Summary: Sin and Punishment 2 is an intense action-packed rails shooter full of excitement and mayhem. Players control main characters Isa or Kachi through crazy levels and incredibly difficult boss battles. Levels consist of bullets and enemies flying all over the place while you try to dodge and destroy as many as you can, racking up points in the process, kind of like an old arcade game.
Summary: I just known about "Sin & Punishment: Star Successor" for a month before buying taking a gamble. Now I wished I got it sooner. S&P:SS was an amazing buy for what the price is currently. The gameplay is addictive shooter action with multiple boss fights and different level designs so the core gameplay doesn't get repetitive.
Summary: The title says it all, but let me reiterate: You've played Starfox64, and it was fantastic. Or maybe you haven't, then stop reading and go play that game first, then come back and read this. So you play as either a guy or girl (not a fox), and you have this unlimited ammo and charge shots (no more button mashing to shoot), you can even do barrel rolls! Slippy, Falco, and Peppy never get in the way. No one yells at you while fighting or during boss battles.