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No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise (PS3)

by Konami
Platform : PlayStation 3
10 customer reviews

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  • SEALED
  • UNCUT
  • NO MORE HEROES
  • PS MOVE
  • 18 RATING
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B004P5OF6Q
  • Release Date: 20 May 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,590 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Brand new factory sealed 100% uncut Dutch version (back cover & booklet dutch) Game is 100% english. Exact the same as the UK version.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stevie G VINE VOICE on 18 Aug. 2011
Suda 51's flawed classic finally gets the conversion treatment. This edition of No More Heroes is supposedly the definitive version, given the Heroes Paradise suffix and bundled with a score attack mode. The HD upgrade adds some much needed clarity to the world of Santa Destroy.
The cel shaded visuals add to the highly stylised presentation. Every character is ludicrously over the top, like Dr Peace, a stadium warbling, pistol packing boss. Or Bad Girl, a psychotic cheerleader with anger problems. Travis Touchdown, possibly the greatest name ever, is a memorable creation. He's arrogant and hot headed, but strangely likeable, and gets some classic lines. The fact he's fighting to become the #1 assassin for the sole purpose of sleeping with Sylvia (the event organiser) sums up this protagonist perfectly. Remarkably shallow, but thoroughly entertaining.

The open world appears largely unchanged from the 2008 Wii version. It's easy to navigate, and has some good landmarks to aid travel. 49 Lokikov balls are scattered around the map, and can be given to a drunken bum to learn new moves, such as a sprint ability. The Thunder Ryu building enables Travis to increase his strength, maximum health and katana combos. Beef Head video store allows him to learn new wrestling moves by purchasing tapes. The assistant also leaves numerous voice mails throughout. Such as "We're calling to tell you that the video you returned was a copy of one of our titles".

Audio is superb, with some madcap touches like the gurgling sound a toilet makes after saving. Enemy battle cries are random. Many of them shout "My spleen" on death, even if they've been decapitated. The retro sound effects are brilliant, especially the menu screen noises, or when climbing a rank on the list.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael on 21 May 2011
I guess I can't really call this a "Full" Review since I've only been playing this game for a couple of hours. First things first..Play this game with "Playstation Move" Motion controls. It's much more fun and isn't as boring as the standard controller. The combat is incredibly satisfying and very easy to get used to, if a little repetitive. The boss battles are the highlight of the game. You face up to 10 assassin's including bonus bosses from the 2nd "No More Heroes" on the Wii. For a Wii Port, this is quite impressive. It looks great in HD. controls are easy: press move button + up for a high attack, and move button + down for low attack. press the move button for a standard combo and hold to charge. The T button is used for Stunning enemies(punch and kick).

Overall, I give this game 5 stars!! Great Combat, humour and pure fun.. well worth a purchase.
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No More Heroes, great game for a hack and slash,the main character you play Travis Touchdown is basically an Otaku who gains his weapon of choice "Beam Katana" (well kind of know what rip-off that is of) and after this he wants to or is trying to get to be No.1 assassin and to do that you have to "fight" 10 each to their own, very unique assassins you have to,well, beat and get to the top. I should mention here that to get from point A to point B in this game most of the time its "free roam" you have to leave you apartment (your base basically) and the quickest way to get around is your Motor bike. Your main stop points in this "free roam" or "sand - box" ( you get keys and icons for stuff and to use the map I think its select button in-game)game will be Ranked assassin boss fights marked by Roman numerals of the number of the assassins bosses rank (I.E Rank 8 will be VIII and you map), these boss fights will show when you pay your entry fee for the rank boss fights is at an ATM believe it or not, once you earn enough money or LB (No More Heroes) currency from doing part -time jobs and assassin missions you will be able to successfully pay you entry fee at the ATM marked out on the Map.
This game will give you a few laughs here and their and for me a few cutscenes in this game were slightly humorous.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Zinzi Cambran on 3 Jun. 2011
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I'm currently at Rank 1, yes RANK 1 whilst writing this review
I have yet to fight mr sir henry mo-
I mean Sir henry cooldown, but because Ive beaten the main game I have enough to review for your gaming pleasure

when I bought NMH2: desperate struggle on the wii I was annoyed at the controls, I found the quick evade button to far away to be able to hit easily
(i'm a girl so probs have smaller hands than most males)
this was a big problem for me because of how important parrying is in this game,in fact you'll probably be parrying more than hitting
so to keep getting knocked down and not being able to parry in time meant I went downtown to club rage-quit.
I told myself to wait for it to come out on PS3 seeing as I'd heard it was coming to the platform.

Now I found it much easier to parry, you lock on with L2 and parry with the right analog stick, very smooth and easy.
press triangle to high slash square to low slash and circle/R2 to wrestle move when they are stunned.

now to move on to the Games pros and cons

PRO'S

HILARIOUS cut scenes and full of innuendo,games references,movie references and good writing
IMPROVED controls
Bosses have been payed attention to detail and you might feel a bit sorrowful slaughtering some of them ha
5 extra bosses from NMH2

CONS

boring free roam world, I've heard it's supposed to be boring but the pedestrians on the street have less AI and personality than Vice city pedestrians,you can't even directly walk into one, you float around them.

there are secret bosses in a way,challenging and annoying ones that will need some patience..LAMPPOSTS, the amount of times my motorbike got stuck on these, try wheelie-ing off of them if you can.
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