Action game No More Heroes is getting an 18-years-old-and-up edition. What's in the adult version? Adult things. (Yeah, this post is probably NSFW.)
Konami finally put a date on the North American PlayStation 3 version of No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, the hi-def, PlayStation Move-powered update of the Wii original. That would be August 16, perfect for hot and sweaty Beam Katana-waving action!
In Japan, No More Heroes is going adults-only with No More Heroes: Red Zone, a Move-enabled PS3 port of No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise. This is the game's debut trailer.
No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise is coming to North America only on the PlayStation 3 and bringing PlayStation Move controls right along with it. Here's a new look at Travis Touchdown and Bad Girl of the hi-def No More Heroes.
These days the majority of multi-platform games look about the same. Not No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise.
Video comparison of a Wii game (on the right), that was ported to the Xbox 360. This is No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise, a game with intentionally low-fidelity "punk" visuals. Looked good enough on the Wii for me.
Honestly. If there was any other time than sexy time. Wii action game No More Heroes is coming to the PS3 and Xbox 360 with the subtitle Heroes' Paradise, and it's bringing saucy character portraits with it.
The Japanese release of No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 port of the Wii original, won't make its previously announced February 25 release date. Travis and company won't touch down until sometime in April.
The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 port of No More Heroes won't take advantage of new motion control schemes for those respective platforms, according to Marvelous Entertainment head honcho Yasuhiro Wada, condemning Travis Touchdown to an analog stick controlled fate.
The recently announced Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 port of Wii game No More Heroes is now on the hunt for a new North American publisher. Ubisoft says it's passing.
No More Heroes finds higher resolution with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 port of the original, now known as No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise. What does it look like? Like the Wii version, just a little prettier.