Atomic Gamer: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review

It's no secret that mature Wii games have struggled to find an audience. Despite claims that there's not enough "core gamer" titles available for the family-friendly platform, excellent M-rated efforts such as MadWorld, House of the Dead: Overkill and Dead Space: Extraction have failed to significantly light up the sales charts. Grasshopper Manufacture's bloody, brain-bending, and downright bizarre 2008 hit No More Heroes was an exception to this rule; while it didn't exactly post Mario or Zelda-like numbers at the cash register, it sold pretty well and, just as important-at least to gamers, if not the bean counters-attained valuable cult status.

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