Nintendo Life: No More Heroes Review

No More Heroes certainly isn't perfect; the tasks you're given in-between missions are dull (calling to mind the same boredom experienced when you had to get a job in Sega's Shenmue), the Grant Theft Auto-style driving sections border on the pointless and the general gameplay doesn't actually change during any of the assassination missions. But regardless of these points, it still entertains in a way that few other games can manage. It's a chaotic riot packed with gleeful videogame references, over the top dialogue and some seriously awesome-looking combat action.

A far more accessible proposition than Killer 7 ever was, No More Heroes is so wonderfully amusing that it's easy to forgive its minor shortcomings; Suda 51's latest epic fully deserves to garner the kind of attention and praise that unfortunately seemed to elude its predecessor.

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