Looking back on all the wonderful (and slightly less wonderful) things that we've seen so far at this year's E3, I think Sin and Punishment 2 was one of my (Ashley) favorites. And to think, we nearly completely missed the display for the game! We must have gone through Nintendo's booth ten times, never seeing it once. After a little guidance from Nintendo booth expert Mr. Concelmo, we finally got to see and play the game earlier today.
After the jump, Anthony and myself talk about what we thought of the game, which may be of interest to some of you. If it's not, I guess you can just ignore it. But come on! You want to know more about Sin and Punishment 2, don't you?
Anthony: To summarize Chad's preview: he thought Sin and Punishment 2 was "amazing."
No surprises there.
I never played the original Sin and Punishment, but from what basically everyone tells me, the controls were horrendous.
One of my favorite Wii gamees I played today.
People compare it to Star Fox because it's on rails. How do you feel about that comparison?
But I really had a lot of fun regardless. I don't think the controls could have been any more perfect.
It's like an arcade light gun game mixed with Ikaruga.
Yeah, I remember that specifically.
She was really satisfying to control.
Though I'm sure it is as much of a delight to control him as well.
I'm stronger than you think I am.
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