More options but less freedom, still a great game.
James Ozmar, Amazon
25 March 2015
Summary: A good sequel to No More Heroes. The open world has been replaced with a menu based mode of transport, which was not an improvement in my opinion, but the upgraded clothing and weapons helped make up for it. The story isn't as good as the first one, but the boss fights are much better.
Summary: No more heroes 2 was an improvement on the first game in almost every way imaginable. The mini games, characters, story, even the boss battles are more fun! The only complaint I have on this game is that it was not given the HD treatment the first game was given.
Summary: No More Heroes 2 was a joy to play. It is by far one of my favorite titles on the Wii, even more so than the first. The gameplay mechanics have just been improved and made more enjoyable. The "jobs" are now much more fun, especially if you want to grind.
Summary: My husband fell in love with this title years ago when the Wii console was brand spanking new. When this sequel came out my husband unfortunately had to wait due to life being life before purchasing it.
Summary: When this game first came out, I had overlooked it because I had taken some bad advice to heart about the No More Heroes series in general. I had simply let this slide until earlier this year (last month) when I decided to go back and check out some of the Wii games I had been missing by simply not...
Summary: Many Wii games are cool in spite of its said lack of graphical power. But, again, in No More Heroes 2 you see that a game is as good as the programmers decide - wich not ever is what the players do expect.