Summary: You'll either love Travis Touchdown, or find him annoying and frustrating (and frankly a bit puerile, but that is part of his charm as far as I am concerned). I love him, and I love Suda 51. More please!
Summary: I loved this game on the Wii. The remake should be just as fun but without looking like you need a new pair of glasses just to see what the heck is going on. (Since the Wii is NOT HD) However, while I love Amazon, $80 is WAY too much for this game. The MSRP is $39.99 CAD and can be found at places like Best Buy for $30.
Summary: Suda 51's flawed classic finally gets the conversion treatment. This edition of No More Heroes is supposedly the definitive version, given the Heroes Paradise suffix and bundled with a score attack mode. The HD upgrade adds some much needed clarity to the world of Santa Destroy. The cel shaded visuals add to the highly stylised presentation. Every character is ludicrously over the top, like Dr Peace, a stadium warbling, pistol packing boss.
No More Heroes,Hack and Slash fun, ok but can be tedious
JokerJawz "cool is it not?", amazon.co.uk
3 June 2011
Summary: No More Heroes, great game for a hack and slash,the main character you play Travis Touchdown is basically an Otaku who gains his weapon of choice "Beam Katana" (well kind of know what rip-off that is of) and after this he wants to or is trying to get to be No.1 assassin and to do that you have to "fight" 10 each to their own, very unique assassins you have to,well, beat and get to the top.
Summary: I'm currently at Rank 1, yes RANK 1 whilst writing this review I have yet to fight mr sir henry mo- I mean Sir henry cooldown, but because Ive beaten the main game I have enough to review for your gaming pleasure when I bought NMH2: desperate struggle on the wii I was annoyed at the controls, I found the quick evade button to far away to be able to hit easily (i'm a girl so probs have smaller hands than most males) this was a big problem for me because of how important...
Summary: Liebe Yopi Mitglieder, heute möchte ich euch erneut ein Playstation 3 Spiel vorstellen, welches es schon für die Nintendo Wii gab und lediglich auf das Playstation 3 Format umgeschrieben wurde. Es handelt sich dabei um das Spiel No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise mit dem coolen Protagonisten Travis Touchdown. In dem heutigen Bericht werdet ihr erfahren um was es in dem Spiel überhaupt geht und was es dem Spieler so alles zu bieten hat.