No More Heroes - Wii

Also known as: Heroes (working title)', 'No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

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No More Heroes (Wii)
Also for: PS3
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Combat Game
Beat 'Em Up
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Grasshopper Soft. Co.: Grasshopper
Publishers: Marvelous Interactive (JP)
Rising Star (GB)
Released: 14 Mar 2008 (GB)
2008 (JP)
Ratings: PEGI 16+
Accessories: Nunchuck


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No More Heroes (it's an upsetting title, we know) is the next development step of feted game developer, SUDA 51 (he of Killer 7 fame).

No More Heroes is based around the character of Travis Touchdown, a drop-out animé fan from Santa Destroy, California who wins a beam katana in an internet auction and, by a series of some bizarre coincidences, becomes a leading hitman!

No More Heroes is a free-roaming, sandbox style game, in which Travis gets around either by foot or by motorbike (motorbike being a really modest way of describing the huge, grunting thing he cruises around on) in his quest to kill the top ten assassins and assume a position at the top of the pile.

The game makes innovative use of the Wii Remote, which controls Travis' beam katana (we don't want to say 'light saber-alike, but there you go) while the nunchuk controls the character's direction. Whether it's reminiscent of a light saber or not - sword play with a Wii Remote! What more could you ask for? Wrestling moves? Oh, go on then...