For part of the weekend I managed to tear myself away from Prinny and try this out. Seems good, actually, but after the tightness and perfection of Prinny, it’s bound to suffer in comparison. The top-down view was a hugely intelligent decision and the game seems to have been made with quite a lot of care – it’s just that the analogue moving and aiming can’t help but feel a little wooly and imprecise. Poor game. If I’d played it before Prinny – I got them both on the same day – I’m sure I’d have been far more impressed.