No more Heroes looks to be yet another step by the Nintendo Wii to shed it's "For kids only" stereotype, as this new Trailer shows.
This game is the sole reason I'm picking up a Wii, I'll grab the other stuff as an afterthought in a couple months but I am going to play the hell out of this. Suda 51, you are the man.
My ears are still recovering from that one
Or Red Steel...
Yeah, I think I'd prefer subtitles.
It'll end up going the route of Zack and Wiki.
Anyways, Can't wait. Haven't bought a wii game since... Last year? lmao
You know.. we kinda dont care when you last bought a Wii game..
Not so sure about that. This looks like it could be a hit in Japan and we all know NA wii gamers are really looking forward to this in any attempt to prove the wii is not kiddy.
I think it could be a hit, however, if it's a huge hit, wouldn't that start giving the devlopers ideas for multiplat potential?... or is this IP owned by Ninty?
Gore + Wii + Violence = I like
haha, that expletive is so random. :D
people needs to get over the f word it has been said so many times on TV (bleeped tho), movies, games, and im pretty sure its in novels. I wish people would get over it, the f word has been around for a long time and its here to stay.
Who ever disagreed on that?
it just showed on what level the game pretty much is.
Since the game is for the Wii, and haters like to pretend that there's nothing hardcore for the system, a game like this that pretty much just doesn't give an "F" is kind of a big thing.
Yeah Wii is just for kids :| once again no matter how many M rated games nintendo systems its still just for kids lol.
It would be hard for me to argue with you on that one.
The developers for this game at one point earlier this year claimed that it would be more violent than Manhunt 2. I don't see how that could be the case based on what I've seen of both so far, but it will be interesting to see.
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