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No More Heroes

No More Heroes (WII) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Genre: Action (Brawler)
Developer: Grasshopper Manufacture

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
01/22/2008
EU
03/14/2008
JP
12/06/2007
AU
03/20/2008

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Staff Reviews

No More Heroes review

Reviewed January 28, 2008

John Sacranie says: "There are a decent number of activities to take on in Santa Destroy, but the open-world portions are the gameís biggest weak point. There is a huge lack of polish in the city, and niggles like the shoddy collision detection and the inconsistent frame-rate are very noticeable. Itís difficult to shake the feeling that these segments would have been better handled through a menu screen than an interactive environment. The city is never a boring place, but considering how much time youíll spend on the town, the lack of polish is troubling and could be a deal-breaker for some."
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No More Heroes review

Reviewed March 22, 2008

Gary Hartley says: "But itís when you reach these off-key boss fights that No More Hereos has itís best moments. You meet Dr. Peace, western-style six-hooters and 70ís porn Ďtash, crooning into the empty stadium, telling you it was always his dream to perform on a stage like this and how the money you paid for the fight made it possible. You converse like two old friends, then you try your best to end each otherís life."
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Reader Reviews

No More Heroes review

Reviewed January 28, 2008

disco says: "Meet Travis Touchdown. Things arenít going very well for him at the moment. Heís living in a pathetic hole of a room at the No More Heroes Motel. Heís practically broke, but you wouldnít be able to tell. His home is crammed with anime posters, miniature figurines (including a human-sized Gundam in his living room), an entire collection of luchador masks, and his cat, Jeane. He spends his days watching old films of anime or pro wrestling matches. He rents porn from the local video store, makes il..."
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No More Heroes review

Reviewed February 01, 2010

jiggs says: "I've rarely played a game that prides itself on being "punk". Grasshopper Manufacture even revamped their logo with the motto "Punk's Not Dead" to reflect this brand new attitude. Yet it's not like Suda 51 changed styles. In essence, the demented game designer has been making punk games all along with his unconventional fusion of abstract pop art and minimalist game design. The only problem was he never had an image to fit his style... "
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No More Heroes review

Reviewed March 21, 2009

Suskie says: "In reviewing No More Heroes, itís a natural instinct to compare the game to its spiritual predecessor, Killer7, but that wonít get you anywhere. The two games share a similar cel-shaded visual style and are both products of Suda 51, but thatís the extent of their similarities, save for the identical reactions they inspired from me: I donít know what it is, but I like it. "
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No More Heroes review

Reviewed February 07, 2008

timrod says: "Let's face it. Most games Suda51 has made were a complete and utter failure at being good. You had some of the latter Clock Towers, which were bad to begin with and overshadowed by the vastly superior Silent Hill. You had Killer7, which was mediocre at best. You had Contact, which by many people's standards was at least a partial ripoff of Earthbound. Suda51's latest offering, No More Heroes, vowed to be his first truly good game, as well as a release that fills the four-month void between Mario..."
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