If you don’t know why you should be excited for Sin & Punishment 2, then you probably never played the original Sin & Punishment for the Nintendo 64. And if you haven’t played that (despite being released in Japan only, it made its way to North America via the Virtual Console for $12) then we can’t be lovers anymore. I’ll come pick up my toothbrush and favorite t-shirt tomorrow. Sorry it had to end this way.

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Fine, we can try to be friends, but don’t let things get all weird. Oh, so now you’re interested in Sin & Punishment 2. Alright, alright. Why don’t you check out this trailer, and at least think about plopping the Nintendo Points down on the original. We’ll take this slowly, since you have until quarter one of 2010 to change.

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Marc Normandin was gaming editor of Blast from 2008 to mid-2010. You can reach him via e-mail at marcnormandin@gmail.com, or follow him on Twitter @Marc_Normandin

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