No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise Review (El33tonline)

Tom at El33tonline writes:

"No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is a strange dichotomy. On one hand, it boasts hilarious references to Otaku culture and dialogue, general Japanese quirkiness and slickly directed cut-scenes. The cell-shaded art style employed for the game’s colourful cast of characters is really distinctive, as are their manic personalities.

On the other hand, this port of the original Wii version has dated graphics, a collection of technical problems, and doesn’t make full use of the supported PlayStation Move motion controller - slicing and dicing a stream of enemies in a limited number of ways can feel repetitive, despite the flashy presentation that director Suda51 is famous for."

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zinkabassy2707d ago (Edited 2707d ago )

I think I will actually rent it,.. Just to see what they have improved,.. It is a pretty good game (has some big flaws in design,.. but you kinda forget about them,..)

It is funny that I usually don't have the time to finish games and I actually finished this, even though it gets quite repetitive,.. I guess some worlds and boss battles are just intriguing,..