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Submitted by Sangria 1774d ago | review

Eurogamer: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle import review

The game's concessions to traditional game design make No More Heroes 2 a more palatable, satisfying experience. But in doing so, you feel Suda 51 and his team have moved away from Grasshopper's boisterous 'Punk's Not Dead' slogan.

Travis Touchdown may not have donned a suit and got himself a desk job - after all, he is still decapitating hot twins - but he's inched towards institutionalization, with all of the benefits and drawbacks that entails for the young and wild heart. (No More Heroes 2, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, Wii) 8/10

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