No More Heroes

No More Heroes

2008

System
Wii
Publisher
Rising Star Games
Developer
Grasshopper Manufacture, Inc.

7.7

Game Rating

User Ratings: 17

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Action, Fighting
Release Date

Wii

  • 22nd Jan 2008 (USA)
  • 29th Feb 2008 (UK/EU)
  • 6th Dec 2007 (JPN)
Series
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Tags
Anime, Swords, Third Person, Blood
Feature Support
Dolby Pro-Logic II, Widescreen 16:9
Official Site
mmv.co.jp

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Reviews

  • 17

    Wii

    Review No More Heroes

    Otaku assassin Travis Touchdown finally lands on European shores - has the wait been worthwhile?

    When you fire up a game and see that the loading screen proudly proclaims that ‘Punk’s not dead’, you know you’re in for something of an unorthodox experience. The enigmatic Suda 51 and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture are arguably one of the...

About The Game

No More Heroes tells the story of Travis Touchdown, an animé fan who lives in the fictional town of Santa Destroy, California.

After an unexpected turn of events, Travis finds himself being approached by the head hunter of an assassins’ organisation. Travis is challenged to prove himself worthy by defeating ten other bloodthirsty killers – all with deep stories of their own – to make his way to the top of the assassins’ league.

No More Heroes realises the dream of Wii players everywhere as they can wield the Wii Remote to swing the beam katana and perform spectacular wrestling moves. Suda 51’s creation features avant-garde graphics which will thrust players into a stylised world filled with edgier gameplay. Taking its lead from the silver screen, the storyline is riddled with laugh-out-loud violence, black humour and irony-filled dialogue. No More Heroes is a multi-sense video game experience: dark, engaging and pure entertainment!