Sin & Punishment 2 Locks On To October

By Spencer . September 3, 2009 . 10:56am

image Nintendo stealth announced Sin & Punishment: Successor to the Universe is coming out a few weeks after Wii Fit Plus. If you’re in Japan or don’t mind importing you can blast ruffians on October 29.


Sin & Punishment 2, as it’s being called in North America, adds online rankings and remote targeting. You also get to pick your protagonist, either a hoverboard riding girl or a boy with a jetpack. From the E3 demo I played, Sin & Punishment 2 has more flying than running.


Nintendo of America will release Sin & Punishment 2 early next year.

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  • MadMirko

    Awesome! If NOE doesn’t do a similar stealth / surprise release, I’m going to import.

    That cover art rocks, BTW.

    • Aoshi00

      Love the cover art too, in the vein of the original game. Most wanted game on the Wii. Might have urge to import too depending on when it’s coming over.

      • While awesome, I don’t think the US will get the same cover art. It’s too abstract. Our box art will probably be have the girl riding a hoverboard, hi-fiving all of the ruffians Pokemon style.

        • Yeah, I certainly wish we got that art but I’m banking on a big fat “N.O.” Either way, getting Sin & Punishment 2 is amazing.

        • Aoshi00

          I hope the US cover wouldn’t be as ugly as EA’s Conduit or Dead Space Extraction, just awful covers.. that “Tsumi to Batsu” logo is killer by itself. I’ll see what the US cover looks like, I would fork over a bit more for a cover that I can proudly stare at (contrary to Wartech one has to avert his gaze..). I was tempted to import the N64 original as a collector’s item even though I have it on VC, but then I don’t have an adapter to play imports.

          Ironically, the covers for both of my Eternal Sonata copies (Jpn 360 Trusty Bell & US PS3) sport awful 3-D arts, compared to their beautiful US counterparts (US 360 & Jpn PS3) which have the original illustration..

          Actually when you say “abstract”, it reminds me of Ikaruga’s! Artsy indeed.

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