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    No More Heroes

    Game » consists of 11 releases. Released Dec 06, 2007

    An action-adventure hack n' slash title for the Nintendo Wii. In it, players follow otaku Travis Touchdown in his quest to become the highest-ranked assassin in the world (and, perhaps, get together with the mysterious Sylvia Christel).

    sin4profit's No More Heroes (Wii) review

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    Ever felt alone in your opinions?

    I checked out No More heroes out of curiosity...i heard from others that it was an amazing game and looking at it i think to myself, "..i like art style..i like unique gaming experiences" but that can only go so far i guess as NMH was more of a repetitious time waster then an experience.

    The "stylized" graphics just looked awful at times and The zany over the top violence mixed with the purposely, almost satirically, bad story was just way over my head i guess as i couldn't get past the fact that everything was just the same thing over and over again...well, almost everything. One of the things i did like about the game was the boss fights as they felt unique and challenging but everything around those fights felt like a damn chore...especially having to drive everywhere in the open world ( don't get too excited, it's just a chore that fluffs up the game to make it appear longer then it is. ) using vehicular controls that would have some of the cheapest Dollar store budget software games on the floor laughing their asses off ( in a painful and pathetic way ).

    As far as recommendations, i couldn't do that myself but enough people seem to like to to merit a rental at least.

    Other reviews for No More Heroes (Wii)

      No More Heroes was full of style and substance. 0

       No More Heroes was a blast from start to finish. There were real surprises, huge laughs, and gory fun. Hack and Slashers tend to bore me towards the end, but this one didn't and it's twice as long as most Hack and Slashers. It does have faults, mostly the world map and somewhat boring level designs. The positives clearly outweigh the bad, so the No More Heroes is clearly going to stick with me for a while. ----------Battle System---------- No More Heroes is a no frills Hack and Slasher. Th...

      15 out of 17 found this review helpful.

      NMH Review 0

      I'm  just going to come right out and say it, I love No More Heroes. I especially loved the humour of the game.  The hilarious dialog and antics by the main character Travis Touchdown give the game just some of it's charm. Travis uses an obvious light saber rip-off called the "Beam Katana" which must be recharged from time to time. To recharge, Travis emulates a masturbating motion, and the player must wave the Wii Remote in the same fashion. Save points are toilets. Travis pulls down his pants,...

      5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

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