Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Previews - Wii

Game Description: In this anticipated sequel to the Japanese Nintendo 64 cult-hit, players shoot (and shoot and shoot) their way through post-apocalyptic settings ranging from cityscapes to underwater tunnels. Shoot on foot or use jet-packs to shoot from the skies, or get up close and personal with sword attacks, all of which are controlled using intuitive Wii motion-controls.
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Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Previews

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    The Biggest Upcoming Nintendo Wii Games of 2010


    Morgan Webb gives you a preview of four of the biggest Nintendo Wii exclusives coming out in 2010 including Super Mario Galaxy 2, Sin and Punishment 2, Metroid: Other M and Red Steel 2.

    Posted: Jan 25, 2010 | 12,478 Views | 02:39

  • Sin and Punishment: Star Successor Review

    Posted: July 6, 2010

    8,805 Views | 02:57

  • Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: February 24, 2010

    6,253 Views | 01:19

  • Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Summit 2010 Trailer

    Posted: February 24, 2010

    2,565 Views | 01:22

  • The Biggest Upcoming Nintendo Wii Games of 2010

    Posted: January 25, 2010

    12,478 Views | 02:39

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