No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise


PlayStation 3
Grasshopper Manufacture


Game Rating

User Ratings: 17

Our Review: 8/10

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise News


  • Out Today No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (North America)

    Travis touches down

    It's been a long wait for über-Otaku Travis Touchdown to make his move across to North America, but finally the wait is over as No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise lands today. The enhanced version of the original No More Heroes on Wii comes with PlayStation Move controls, enhanced graphics and a few bosses from sequel No More...


  • News Prepare for Travis's Touchdown with No More Heroes Trailer

    Definitely not for kids

    No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise is coming to Europe next week, and Konami wants to get you better acquainted with series hero Travis Touchdown by publishing a new trailer. The new PS3 version has been awarded an 18 rating thanks to its inclusion of blood, as well as plenty of swearing and over-the-top violence, as is made...


  • News No More Heroes Trailer Looks Like a Bloody Good Time

    Another adults-only Move title

    No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (known as No More Heroes: Red Zone in Japan) is bound to make waves when it comes to PlayStation 3 later this year, much like the original No More Heroes on Wii all those years ago. The trailer below, despite being in Japanese, should give you a pretty clear idea of what to expect from...

  • News No More Heroes: Red Zone Includes Levels Cut from Wii Version

    Travis scores a touchdown

    It's been a long time since we've heard anything about Konami's No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, but Siliconera has unearthed a few details about extra content in the game's Japanese release, titled No More Heroes: Red Zone Edition. Famitsi (via Siliconera) reports the game will feature 10 missions cut from the Wii version...


  • News New No More Heroes Shots Show Leather, Beam Swords, Gimps

    All bases covered

    Konami recently released a batch of new screenshots for the upcoming Move-compatible port of No More Heroes: Heroes's Paradise, Grasshopper Manufacture's ode to otaku everywhere, and the game is shaping up very nicely indeed. The story of Travis Touchdown's attempt to rise to number one in the assassin league, the PS3 port will be...



  • News Konami Bringing Travis Touchdown to PlayStation Move

    Punk's not dead

    The original No More Heroes on Nintendo Wii was a highly original but equally flawed game that never really found its audience on the machine. Suda51's homage to punk, trashy TV and laser katana-wielding assassins fell foul of some of the Wii's limitations, but the forthcoming PlayStation 3 version of the game will combine the...