If you liked the original the sequel won't disappoint
The Machine, Amazon
2 May 2010
Summary: This review will be short but sweet. The original No More Heroes was a fun distraction but was marred by poorly executed Grand Theft Auto side quests. This one improves upon the predecessor in all areas except plot. Basically you go through level after level of slicing bad guys with the Wii mote.
Summary: This game, overall, was great. I suppose the main let down was it's lack of playing time. I had the same problem with the first game, but at least the first one their was a free-roam option. I thought that with 50 enemies it would be a longer, more diverse game, but it wasn't.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the original No More Heroes and it was the game that sparked me to actually play Killer 7 and Flower, Sun and Rain. The reason I love all three of these games is because of the way they're made it feels as if personality is bleeding out of the tv screen as you play it, for all...
Summary: Es la primera vez que juego un no more heroes y realmente me siento decepcionado, es realmente frustrante tratar de hacer los combos y estar cargando el sable a cada rato, pensé que la jugabilidad era como la de los juegos de star wars pero es mas tedioso. El tema tampoco es nada del otro mundo.
Summary: Travis Touchdown, the bloodthirsty anti-hero, is back in Suda 51's sequel to No More Heroes. This time Travis is out to avenge the death of his best friend, Bishop, by once again fighting his way to the top of a ranked league of assassins.
Summary: As a huge fan of the original No More Heroes, I didn't even wait a day before I picked up the sequel. No More Heroes 2 promised to fix everything that was wrong with the original, namely the overworld and having to earn money before tackling each mission. Those were indeed streamlined.