No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle's Sylvia Christel can soon straddle a beam katana on your toy shelf, thanks to the sculpting talents of master toymaker Mitsumasa Yoshizawa who brings the Grasshopper Manufacture creation to life in pricey polyvinyl chloride form. Ready the wallet!
Behold the ultimate touchdown for fans of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, as three lingerie designs from the game become reality.
Well, fun was never a given in a game made by Suda 51 anyway.
Travis Touchdown returns to the Wii for another wild Grasshopper Manufacture adventure, and this time his motivation is not lust, its revenge. Bonus: he can dual-wield lightsabers this time. Improvement?
What's this then? Another glimpse of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle? And right before E3? Does that mean we're about to learn much more about the game?
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.
Was there ever any doubt that Travis Touchdown and his laser sword of doom would be making their triumphant comeback? Marvelous Entertainment and Grasshopper Manufacture kick off the Tokyo Game Show right with the debut trailer for No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. I'd say there's much more information to come,…