Alternate Character Interpretation ( After seeing the full ending, serveral people have suggested that Kachi/Achi was only pretending to have lost her memory.) Chapter 0 Story. Sin and Punishment wasn't released worldwide for the N64, but it was for the Virtual Consoles worldwide. She is a vastly different character in Star Successor, primarily due to amnesia. 'Sin & Punishment: Star Successor' [nota 1] é a sequência do jogo exclusivo para o Japão do Nintendo 64, Sin and Punishment: Hoshi no Keishōsha (relançado mundialmente pelo Virtual Console do Wii). O jogo foi lançado para o Wii em 29 de outubro de 2009 no Japão e será lançado no 2 º trimestre de 2010 na América do Norte e na Europa. Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Skies/Star Successor is the Wii sequel to the Nintendo 64 action game by Treasure. Why should this article be named "Sin and Punishment: Hoshi no Keishōsha" when it is now released worldwide either simply as "Sin and Punishment" or "Sin and Punishment: Successor to the Earth"? Parrothead1983 18:25, 15 April 2008 (UTC) She serves as the villain in this game. Story [edit | edit source] After escaping the Undersea Tunnel and defeating Armon Ritter, Isa and Kachi head to the Sky Fortress. Sin and Punishment (Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Earth in Japan) is a former Japanese-only rail shooter title developed by Treasure and Nintendo.The title was released in Japan for the Nintendo 64 in 2000, in China for the iQue Player in 2004, and in Europe and North America on the Wii's Virtual Console in 2007.. In this game, she is a playable character who fights alongside Isa Jo. After fighting their way to the building's inner sanctum, they are stopped by another member of the Nebulox, a strange girl named Hibaru Yaju. [1] 1 Box Art 2 Artwork 2.1 Early artwork 2.2 Characters 3 Screenshot Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Successor of the Skies in Europe) is the Wii sequel to the Nintendo 64 rail shooter Sin and Punishment by Treasure. The gameplay resembles the original's, in that the screen moves along a fixed rail while the player moves and maneuvers around it (shooting everything as they go). These are images from the 2009/2015 Wii/Wii U game Sin and Punishment: Star Successor. Sin& Punishment: Successor of the Skies, known in North America as Sin and Punishment: Star Successor and in Japan as Tsumi to Batsu: Sora no Kōkeisha (罪と罰 ~宇宙の後継者~ lit. It's a sequel to the Nintendo 64 classic Sin and Punishment. is a 2009 rail shooting video game developed by Treasure and published by Nintendo. Although it could be said that it's not just an alternative interpretation, since her tone when she reveals her identity suggests that she was faking all along. Sin & Punishment: Star Successor (JPJapanese: 罪と罰 ~宇宙の後継者~Romaji: Tsumi to Batsu: Sora no KōkeishaMeaning: Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Universe) is a Nintendo published, Treasure developed Wii video game for Wii announced during Nintendo's October 2 press conference in Japan. She reappears in Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, in which she is primarily known as Kachi. Six years after the events of Successor of the Skies, Haruki, while test-flying a spacecraft, is attacked by Kenji and Katherine (in their combined dragon-monster form), who say that he stole something belonging to them, which leads to his ship crase-landing in England. Achi is a character in Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Earth. Sky Fortress is the second major stage in Sin & Punishment: Star Successor. "Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Universe"?)