Summary: Sin and Punishment is an epic on-rails shooter for the wii. It's also quite a challenging one too. The gameplay is fanastic. The wii was made of games like this. You aim the pointer at the screen and shoot. But because you have a third person view of your character, you have to also dodge incoming enemies and bullets, making the game even more engaging. Most of the time, you will not stop shooting...there are just so many enemies/ things to shoot and obstacles to avoid.
Summary: The sequel to the N64 original that finally reached the UK via Virtual Console takes full advantage of the Wii hardware, throwing countless enemies and some hulking beasts at you, with naray a frame drop in sight.
Summary: This game is a love letter to classic games like the NES's contra or gradius or the Megadrives strider/ shinobi/countless japanese blast loads of enemies games and classic arcade games, this game takes the essential concept of shoot countless enemies fight mega bosses and brings it right in to the modern age of gaming , beautifully done as well, choose the girl Katchi as she has a "Back to the Futuresque" hover board.Which is awesome cool, great game, old skool gamers...
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the original N64 game, now available on Nintendo's Virtual Console. A Great game and an excellent sequel, but I can't quite put my finger on it; there's something lacking. Despite being visually and mechanically superior, it seems to have little of the original's charm. It's still and excellent game, but its predecessor is much better and it's a tall task to expect to surpass its greatness.