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For as repetitive and eye-wateringly frustrating as No More Heroes is, we have a fondness for the franchise
Suda51's motion controlled slasher isn't the most technically refined game in the world, but it's no-less comically ridiculous. So would we be up for a third game in the series? Damn right we would, and Suda51's totally with us. The legendary developer told Andriasang that he'd "like to..
To remind everyone that the stupidly stylish No More Heroes is coming to PlayStation 3, Konami's released a batch of new screenshots of the Nintendo Wii port
The HD update's due in the West this year with added PlayStation Move controls. There are more screens through here.</em>
Konami announced months ago that they'd picked up the publishing rights to the HD Wii port No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, and were planning to bring the title to Europe with PlayStation Move support
The publishers finally announced that the game's coming to North America too — as a PlayStation 3 exclusive. For those unfamiliar, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise is an HD version of the original..
Hey, remember this introduction to a video game? Yeah, it was used on the Wii version of the original No More Heroes
Except now it's roughly 7.21% better as it's been remade in high-definition for the PS3 re-release of No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise. The game's out in Japan next month. Cheers to AGB for the footage.
Mere moment after getting an official Japanese release date, Marvelous Entertainment has released a new trailer for the upcoming PS3 port of No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise
It features pretty much everything you'd expect from Suda 51's creation: swords, tattoos and ladies. In all, it looks pretty rad.
We're personally hotly anticipating the port of the original No More Heroes onto PS3
And it's exciting to see the game get dated for release on April 15th in Japan. Which is awesome if you want to play the game in HD. The game will have English voices and Japanese text. A Western release isn't terribly likely.
Marvelous Entertainment has announced that No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise is to be delayed in Japan. The game was originally pencilled in for a February 25th release, but the game's now been pushed back as far as April. April! With No More Heroes 2 on the Wii also yet to be delayed, rumours suggest that Marvelous are pushing the games into the next fiscal year in order to boost profits in..
So, this bonkers Japanese promotion for the upcoming HD reboot of Suda51's No More Heroes, No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise, may feature ridiculous amounts of Japanese dialogue and a Japanese MMA star; but it also features gameplay
HD gameplay. Of No More Heroes. Rad.
Embedded is a Japanese trailer for the upcoming Playstation 3 port of No More Heroes
The trailer features lovely visuals, bonkers characters and... colours. Yes, colours. In a video game. Preposterous.
No More Heroes was a great looking game on the Wii, so the thought of it running in HD on the Playstation 3 is really exciting
The folks over at ScrawlFX have managed to temporarily cure our excitement, with some early screenshots from the PS3 version of the game. They claim more screenshots will be revealed tomorrow so for now you'll have to make do with the one. We know: gorgeous.
Arguably the best third-party Nintendo Wii franchise, No More Heroes, is due to make an appearance on the Playstation 3 according to scans from the latest issue of Japanese gaming Bible, Famitsu
The game, entitled No More Heroes: Eiyuutachi no Rakuen (Heroes' Paradise), has been on the cards for a while going on comments by franchise creator Suda 51. Scans from Famitsu show a ported version of the..