A few years ago, I unlocked a real-life achievement: Obtained motorcycle license.
Who were the best dressed, the most memorable and the most visually striking video game characters of 2010? I've made my picks for the best video game costume and character design from the past year, let's see if you agree.
Wii game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle was released this past January in North America. The game is *finally* coming out in Japan in October. Wait, shouldn't that be backwards?
Following yesterday's Daily Sport article on the first collection of video game inspired lingerie, Rising Star Games delivers a set of pictures giving us a much clearer, more colorful look at the No More Heroes 2 Collection.
There has been No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2. They are, says series creator Goichi Suda, like emptying one's bowls. No More Heroes 3? That's like diarrhea, he says.
If you never played the first No More Heroes, and aren't quite sure what to expect from the sequel even after our last video of the game, here are a few more hints. In clip form.
Two weeks before my appointment with Ubisoft, I managed to inflict a stress fracture on my ankle. So my opinions of the game are colored by the painkillers I took two hours before heading off to meet Goichi Suda.
Please note that you must be 18 or older to view this video. And you really, really shouldn't watch it at work with the sound turned all the way up.
Don't bother trying to understand this trailer for No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, set to hit the Wii in January, just sit back and enjoy it.
When Goichi Suda said last month that No More Heroes 2 would be the last of the series on Wii, he didn't mean that was its end with Nintendo. Suda expects a "Wii 2", and NMH to continue on that.
No More Heroes 2, the sequel to the eccentric Wii game from Grasshopper Manufacture (the only Wii game that has had a sexy lady speak to you through your Wii remote speaker) will be playable for all PAX-goers next week.
Shigeru Miyamoto dominates day two of E3's clips selection — appearing not once but twice to talk about the absence of Zelda from E3 and sort of talk about a new game mechanic.
More No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle info. The game got an oh-so-brief teaser announce at last year's Tokyo Game Show. This week's Famitsu adds a few more details.
Several nights ago at some party here, I asked Grasshopper Manufacture president Goichi Suda if No More Heroes 2 was going to be announced at TGS. He said, "No", that he didn't know about NMH2, no, no, no. Told Suda he was lying, and he promised he was not — promised a beer that if he was lying. And low and behold,…