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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
6 September 2010
Conclusion: It’s clearly an overblown production, revelling in sex, hyperviolence and (quite literally) toilet humour. There are noticeable highs and lows to the script, with some jokes working and others falling flat, but the solid combat engine running through the proceedings makes up for any negatives.
Conclusion: Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is a fantastic game, with some of the best graphics on the PSP, superb voice acting and soundtrack, and gameplay straight from Metal Gear Solid 3 . The addition of co-op drastically changes the Metal Gear Solid experience, while fans of the more standard competitive multiplayer will have that. There are well over a hundred missions, soldiers to collect and use in battles, and weapons and items to upgrade.
Extreme violence, profanity, and sex make this not for kids.
Common Sense Media
15 June 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle is extraordinarily violent and chock full of crass sexual innuendo, making it a game unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18. The sword-based battle sequences are filled with flying heads, lopped off limbs, and buckets of spurting blood. Meanwhile, most narrative scenes are loaded with lewd sexual metaphors and women who have unrealistically large breasts and impractically tiny skirts.
Excerpt: In the bizarre metropolis of Santa Destroy, duels to the death are broadcast on television, and an entire economy has sprung up around the business of taking lives. No More Heroes 2 is a satirical, irreverent, and bloody tale of revenge set in a world gone mad. Like its predecessor, No More Heroes , Desperate Struggle deals with one man's rise to the top of an assassin leaderboard and focuses on his insane battles with a kooky cast of villains.
Pros: Remarkably fun and interactive combat system, Excellent use of motion controls, Plenty of side jobs and minigames to keep you entertained, Story, characters, and world ooze with style, Some of the best graphics on the Wii
Cons: Camera troubles ruin the fun, Assassins aren't very well fleshed out
Wii Review - 'No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle'
1 April 2010
Summary: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle continues the tale of punk anti-hero Travis Touchdown, the Japanese anime Otaku, and pro wrestling-obsessed assassin. Travis finds himself at the bottom of the UAA (United Assassins Association) rankings and must wage war to become the No. 1 assassin once again.
Conclusion: Travis Touchdown in his bloody conquest to become the number 1 ranked assassin, as well as the chance for some one-on-one time with sexy Frenchwoman Silvia. With its fourth-wall references to older (and more coherent) games combined with a tongue-in-cheek humor and a dash of gratuitous ultraviolence, No More Heroes gained critical acceptance as well as placing it as Suda’s most popular game yet.
Excerpt: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle finally provides the Wii with a great game for the mature gaming audience. Desperate Struggle is a winning combination of 3rd person melee hack and slash action with a plethora of boss battles that make for a truly entertaining game. Its unique, its flashy, its crude, its funny, and its definitely not for gamers under seventeen. Heres what I thought of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle.