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No More Heroes (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
44 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000YSCA3I
  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 141 g
  • Release Date: 14 Mar. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,463 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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When big time loser Travis Touchdown runs into smokin' hot chick Sylvia Christel at the Death Match Bar, he gets more than he bargained for. Wiping out a drifter for starters, it isn't long before Travis is ranked 11 in the United Assassins Association's league of hit men. With a price on his head now, there's only one way to go "" all the way to number 1.

Equipped with a cool selection of beam katanas as his weapon of choice, the funkiest motorbike on the planet and a desperate need to be the number 1, No More Heroes sees Travis Touchdown crash through stage after stage of the biggest, bad ass adversaries the town of Santa Destroy can throw at him. As Travis says, "œIt's game time!"

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Leo91 on 14 Mar. 2008
It is a a shame that the european version of the game no longer has the streams of blood the American version has, BUT, what some people are forgetting in their reviews for this game is that even without the gushing blood, this is truly a magnificent game.
I have NEVER played a game like this and all wii owners waiting for something different, fresh and violent should definitely invest in this game.
What Grasshopper has done brilliantly is exploit the wii's strengths. For combat you won't be swinging the Wii remote round like a looney, you'll simply be pressing A and raising and lowering your wii remote for the two different stances - simple but very effective and deeply satisfying especially when delivering the final blow. The true delight of this game though is its boss battles which are without doubt some of the most fun I've played in any game.
The game does suffer from frame rate issues and between assassinations it can be a bit of a chore to drive around the city doing little jobs here and there and collecting t-shirts from bins, but you'd be a fool not to buy this game on the principal that it's not as gory as its American counterpart, because you'd be missing out on an absolute classic...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H on 24 April 2008
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I love this game. Being half way though, I've found it to be a focused adventure game. You play Travis Touchdown, suckered into gaining the 11th rank of the UAA (United Assassins Association) by the sexy Silvia Christel.

Stuck in a game where he can only win (loosing means death), Travis' original intent was to get into Silvia's pants. But after a few rounds, No More Heroes takes a turn I never thought it would. The pressure of remaining or advancing in ranking, the blood on their hands, and the families and lives they've missed out on, all weight heavily on the characters Travis will meet. And in turn, he will understand. Think of Kill Bill, with Japanese quirkiness and you won't be far off.

Style is paramount in this game. From the odd cel-shading effect with harsh shadows (tricking my eyes into squinting sometimes, like I would on a bright summer day), to the very cool fighting styles employed by all the characters. The Wiimote has yet to be used better for hand to hand combat, with a move in the right direction of either or both hands to make a finishing move.

Through the game you'll learn new wrestling moves to perform, which get more complicated and require several simultaneous wiimote and nunchuck gestures. You can increase your stats (health, strength, etc.) by going to Thunder Ryu's Gym; you'll actually mimic Travis on screen for some of the activities: lifting weights and doing squats, etc.

Driving is a serviceable, but fun way of getting about the city. It isn't the Grand Theft Auto some people were hoping for, and it was never meant to be. Think of this more along the lines of Bully, or Beyond Good and Evil, where travelling is just that: A to B.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sir Lancelot on 15 Jun. 2009
This is a great product although don't be confused as to what sort of game its is. Although there are aspects similar to GTA(roaming round the city, performing side jobs, customising character clothes) this really is mainly a hack n' slash game. Not that this is a problem with the enjoyable battle style. Its has a great humour and sense of style running throughout it, with some neat touches (like physically raising the Wii remote to your ear when you get phone calls before the boss battles, the voice of the caller coming throiugh the Wii remote speaker) and neat retro nods. The boss battles are very inventive and rising up the rankings is great fun. The complaints about the lack of blood are unjustified as it doesn't spoil the enjoyment of the game, however some cutscenes just don't make sense without the gore as instead of replacing the gory things like severed heads with other less gory things, the gory things are just removed leaving characters pointing and the camera zooming in on blank spaces.
Overall though this is thoroughly enjoyable romp through Santa Destroy and one of the best Wii games out there.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By R. Edmonds on 14 Mar. 2008
One of the Wii's most stylish games and one of the console's best titles has arrived courtesy of Suda 51. Don't be put off by other reviews that berate the UK version (which is the same as the Japanese original) just because it lacks the blood of the US version, this doesn't affect the overall quality of what is a superb game. In fact many reviews, and Suda 51, prefer the bloodless version as it improves the games pace and doesn't distract from the games overall look.

No More Heroes is the gaming equivalent of Kill Bill. You play the uber-cool Travis Touchdown, as you work your way through the 3D city of Santa Destroy, using your Wii remote to take out tons of enemies and work your way up the ranks to be the city's top assassin. Think PS2 classic Devil May Cry but with extra bits thrown in, including a variety of brilliant jobs/tasks to help fund your carnage. How many other games see you pumping gas, collecting coconuts, eradicating scorpions and catching lost kittens in order to earn cash? How many other games see you sitting on the loo in order to save the games progress? Humour is a big part of what makes No More Heroes so great and whilst it might sound like a gamer's game, casual gamers shouldn't be put off, the introductory training mode will have you up and running in minutes.

And should you need further convincing, NGamer, GamesRadar, Edge, The Official Nintendo magazine, nRevolution and IGN have given No More Heroes scores of between 88% and 94%, describing it as " far one of the best looking and most distinctive Wii games to date". It's hard to disagree.
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