G4TV: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review

Desperate Struggle, like its predecessor, is a linear brawler in which you fight through waves of thugs to reach a boss who possesses some unique ability. It's all presented as a cocktail of over-the-top violence, with grim and self-aware humor, as an homage to classic gaming. The sequel puts you back in the shoes of Travis Touchdown, a sewer-mouthed geek who's as comfortable with girly magazines, anime and pro wrestling as he is with handily decapitating waves of anonymous goons that spew money from their wounds like a Vegas slot machine.

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EvilTwin3187d ago

"No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle makes some big improvements on its predecessor. It’s more funny, it looks better and the 8-bit minigames are a fantastic addition. It's not an exceptionally long game, but it's a tight, lean experience that trims away a great deal of the first game's bloat."

Yet the first game scored higher with them. Weird.

Can't wait to get home and play this.