Nintendo fires a shot at the hardcore Wii owner with Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, a new shooter from the shooting game masters at Treasure. It's brutally difficult and a sequel to a relatively obscure Nintendo 64 game, a Wii library anomaly.
Due out this Sunday, shoot-em-up Sin & Punishment: Star Successor is a bullet-filled video game that paints a tapestry of enemies and damage for you to weave your way through.
Because, believe it or not, the people who designed some of the world's best scrolling shoot 'em ups, including Ikaruga, Gradius V and Radiant Silvergun, claim to have never seen the abbreviated term "shmup" used to describe their games before.
Fans looking forward to the June release of Metroid: Other can now start looking forward to its August release, as Nintendo delays the Team Ninja developed title along with Treasure's Sin & Punishment: Star Successor.
Nintendo has made today's Nintendo Summit in San Francisco the most exciting event of the day, dating two titles that have been TBA for far too long: Sin & Punishment 2 for the Wii and Picross 3D for Nintendo DS.