Who wants to see sin and punishment 3?

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#1 Posted by Chozofication (2922 posts) -

I do. Star successor was fantastic, perfect use of the wii remote, no waggle, just pointer controls. It was like the Wii was made for S&P. I'd rather see S&P3 than a new star fox, though both would be great..

There's a lot of potential for another one, star successor's graphics left a lot to be desired, the art deserves better than the Wii and I want more of that shoot 'em up goodness!

#2 Edited by JordanElek (17872 posts) -

Apparently no one. :(

How about a new Star Fox made by Treasure? It'd be the best of both worlds - a great game that people would actually try because of the IP.

#3 Posted by Chozofication (2922 posts) -

@JordanElek said:

Apparently no one. :(

How about a new Star Fox made by Treasure? It'd be the best of both worlds - a great game that people would actually try because of the IP.

That'd be great! Nintendo actually talked about 3rd party's handling their ips, so that's not too farfetched. It'd be a perfect match.

Sin and Punishment 2 didn't sell a ton, but 400,000 WW was great for the budget. It's a niche game, but that's part of why it's so great.

#4 Edited by ANIMEguy10034 (4768 posts) -

I've never played Sin and Punishment.

Now that I'm doing some research, I'm starting to regret not buying Star Successor. It got many great reviews and gameplay does look fun. :o

#5 Posted by Chozofication (2922 posts) -

@ANIMEguy10034 said:

I've never played Sin and Punishment.

Now that I'm doing some research, I'm starting to regret not buying Star Successor. It got many great reviews and gameplay does look fun. :o

It's $15 brand new, what are you waiting for?!

#6 Edited by ANIMEguy10034 (4768 posts) -

@Chozofication said:

@ANIMEguy10034 said:

I've never played Sin and Punishment.

Now that I'm doing some research, I'm starting to regret not buying Star Successor. It got many great reviews and gameplay does look fun. :o

It's $15 brand new, what are you waiting for?!

Ordered. Now I shall wait for delivery.

#7 Posted by Chozofication (2922 posts) -

@ANIMEguy10034 said:

@Chozofication said:

@ANIMEguy10034 said:

I've never played Sin and Punishment.

Now that I'm doing some research, I'm starting to regret not buying Star Successor. It got many great reviews and gameplay does look fun. :o

It's $15 brand new, what are you waiting for?!

Ordered. Now I shall wait for delivery.

You will not regret it

#8 Posted by JordanElek (17872 posts) -

One of the good things about Star Successor not selling a ton was that I was able to make it into the top ten on the worldwide leaderboard for a couple of the levels. That made me feel like a badass. :p

@ANIMEguy10034: You're in for a treat. The game isn't very long in terms of straight content, but it's built around replay value, and taking the time to master the gameplay is incredibly satisfying and fun.

#9 Posted by Madmangamer364 (3602 posts) -

Eh, I'll pass on that idea for now.

I finally got around to picking up Star Successor a few months back, only to be able to manage a couple of levels. Playable, sure, but nothing that truly kept me interested for very long. I didn't feel too bad about it, as I only paid around $10-12 for the game, I believe. I certainly can't see myself paying $50 or more for it, though.

Truth be told, rail shooters probably aren't my thing to begin with, but I'm certain other games have had my attention for longer (Panzer Dragoon Orta comes to mind, for starters). Now that you mentioned it, though, I'm kind of shocked that the pointer controls of Star Successor didn't keep me around for at least a bit longer to see if things would play out more to my liking... Oh well. I still have the game whenever I feel like giving it another shot, but I still can't see myself getting on-board for a sequel at this point.

#10 Posted by JordanElek (17872 posts) -

@Madmangamer364: Did you learn some of the intricacies of the gameplay? Shooting is only about 1/4 of what you should be doing, Deflecting projectiles back at enemies and enemy groups is the primary mechanic for a good run, and it makes the game much more frantic and fun.

If you were already doing that and still not having much fun, then apart from getting over that initial learning curve and getting better at it, there's probably nothing in it for you.