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No More Heroes Comes To PlayStation Move In Europe
by Matt Kessler on
Masturbatory waggle comes to the PS3.
However, what makes this story really bizarre is that, in bringing the game out to Europe, Konami will also be adding PlayStation Move support to the PS3 version of Heroes' Paradise. That means that, if you do have a Move controller, you will be able to play No More Heroes using the exact same controls as the Wii version of the game. Like Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition, you will be able to play a game that is, essentially, a better-looking version of a Wii game that controls exactly the same way.
The very motion controls that were removed from the 360 and PS3 ports of No More Heroes are being added back into the game.
== TEASER ==I am a little shocked that the way the rest of the world might get access to the HD port of No More Heroes is by adding motion control support. However, I suppose there's something to that logic; early adopters to the Move controller aren't going to have access to a huge library of games that support the hardware. If Konami can quickly and cheaply add motion support back into Heroes' Paradise, they can bring that game to an audience who's likely to be interested in anything that features Move support. And if Konami is going to spend any time and money adding Move support to the game, they might as well bring Heroes' Paradise to the U.S. as well, right?
If adding Move functionality is the way I'm going to get to play No More Heroes on an HD console, than that's fine with me. The only question remaining now is how we get that 360 version of Heroes Paradise out of Japan. Adding Move support to No More Heroes make sense given its Wii origin, but you can't exactly add Kinect support to No More Heroes, can you?
Although, that would make charging up your beam katana way funnier.