CoffeewithGames shows the play-time data for Sin and Punishment. Speaking of the data shown, CwG says, "The data was collected approximately 1,002 days since the game released on the Virtual Console."
pick up Sin and Punishment 2, because you enjoyed the first one?
I did -- imported the original back in the day and re-purchased when it hit the VC. Bought Star Successor yesterday and got in a couple hours of play once I got off work. So far, it surpasses Successor to the Earth in *every* way conceivable to me.
second person to say the same thing about passing Successor to the Earth. The other one also said they can see themselves playing Star Successor more than SMG2. Thanks for the feedback!
I need to play this one and thinking of turning my Wii on to purchase it off of the VC. So far my Wii has been getting a lot of play time lately I'm actually quite shocked.. I also need to pick up this game sometime, keep seeing the commercials and saw the reviews. This game would be perfect to play after getting off work, or basically just anytime in general.
actually has me interested, because of the controls and the game-play seems very interesting. I just keep hearing the boss fights are awesome in it.
Well not to long after I posted my comment I purchased the first from the VC. It's insanely fun, I could see myself getting wrapped up in it once this troubled time passes over. Yeah after this I'm definitely interested in the sequel, and the boss fights [that I saw in the GT review] seemed great as well.
I never played the original, but I plan on picking up S&P 2.
Personally, I would definitely recommend picking up the original before the sequel. It helps a lot with the second's difficulty curve; not to mention, the control progression from Gamecube/CCpro to the sleek smoothness of the pointer is nothing short of jarring, and in a very good way.
Hell I'm out of town! I'll buy it some where though. Should be fun. There isn't a treasure game I havnt liked.
the addition of online leaderboards will help S&P2 also with more replay value.
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