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No More Heroes: Hero's Paradise (Musing/Review)

Genre: Action, Hack ‘n Slash

Available Platform: PS3

Developer(s): feelplus, AQ Interactive

Publisher(s): Konami, Marvelous Entertainment

So… another day, another Suda 51 game… I really shouldn’t post this right now, but fuck it, I’ve started writing it already so I might as well finish it off. 900 more words

Random Game Musings

No More Heroes, Part One; Bringing Down the Mansion, #10

Hey guys, I’m back after my first week of the big U, and bloody ready for some more hellfire. Blood… Ahhh, and you know a game that fills that need perfectly? 796 more words


'No More Heroes' is still absolutely bananas

It’s been years since I’ve played No More Heroes since which time I’ve held it up as one of the great flashes of inspiration in game design this generation.   929 more words


Looking back at: No More Heroes 1 & 2

Developer Grasshopper Manufacture’s No More Heroes IP strives to be one of the most stylized Hack and Slash titles of this generation. At a time when DMC and Metal Gear Rising are gaining a large amount of increased popularity, I thought it would be a great opportunity to tackle an older, less popular hack and slasher. 907 more words

Alert Gaming

Santa Destroy

Santa Destroy
No More Heroes

The Californian desert town of Santa Destroy evokes a surreal, isolated atmosphere. Despite being quite a large town (complete with its own baseball stadium), the streets and shops are relatively devoid of life, with only a few vehicles and pedestrians milling around outside. 218 more words


We Can't Escape From No More Heroes

We’ve recently come into a copy of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle for the Wii. It is endlessly interesting in all of the ways that video games can be, but we’re not all of the way through it yet, so we can’t really say anything about it. 1,430 more words

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (PS3)

No More Heroes, originally, was one of the few successful attempts at a mature title for the Nintendo Wii. The hack/slash title has now been ported to PS3 which finds the graphics kicked up to HD quality, some additional side quests (part-time jobs, assassination missions, optional boss fights), some game performance fixes, and a big one for me was the ability to play using a standard controller. 752 more words