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No More Heroes 2 - Desperate Struggle (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
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4.3 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003AZZ8SG
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 28 May 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,358 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Soaked in slick graphic novel-style visuals, No More Heroes 2 is clever, mature and further validates the series reputation reputation as one of the most original and unique games on the Wii.

Manufacturer's Description

Travis Touchdown returns in the Wii's most subversive and adult-themed action game. No longer the world's top assassin, Travis is out for revenge in a sequel that both pays homage to and mocks video games, anime and pop culture in general.


Travis is back and this time he's out for bloody revenge
Power up Travis' "ecstasy gauge" for some super attacks
No More Heroes 2 has some of the strangest bosses ever
Wielding two beam katana is just one of Travis' new tricks

At the heart of the game is the best lightsabre simulator never made, with some of the best motion controls on the Wii. This time there are many different "beam katana" to choose from, as you take on dozens of cannon fodder goons at a time and a procession of (literally) insane bosses.

The sequel also smoothes out some of the complaints from the original with no more open world city to get lost in and much better mini-games, now based on classic '80s style video games. You can also play as characters other than Travis for the first time, as the game's plot gets simultaneously darker and more outrageous.

Key Features
  • Heroic Action: Deconstructionist classic and kick-ass action game combine, as your campaign of revenge takes you through the ranks of the United Assassins Association.
  • Assassin Wars: Switch between four different "beam katana" types instantly, from the heavy but powerful Peony to the dual-wielded duo of the Rose Nasty.
  • Boss Fight: Take on some of the weirdest bosses in gaming history - from giant robot cheerleaders to a crazed Russian cosmonaut.
  • 8-bit Action: All-new mini-games parody 2D games of old as you earn money delivering pizza in an old school racer or train at the gym in a homage to button basher Track & Field.
  • Two More Heroes: Play as new characters Shinobu and Henry, each with their own very different abilities and weapons.
About the Developer: Grasshopper Manufacture
Founded by cult developer Goichi Suda (aka Suda51) this studio has been responsible for some of the oddest games of recent years, including killer7 and No More Heroes. A fan of punk rock and Franz Kafka, Suda51's next game is a collaboration with Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami for EA.


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Like most things from Suda51, this game is one that you will either really like and appreciate or you will dislike and wonder why you wasted time with it.
I personally loved the game...took everything great from the first game and removed the annoying open areas...thus streamlining the gameplay and making it feel less like a grind-fest.
If you don't know anything about this game or Suda51, I'd recommend looking up trailers/videos of this game and the first game and maybe even other games from Suda51 to judge whether you would find this game to your liking.
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No More Heroes was a breath of fresh air, its a throwback to retro gaming in a modern punk style. Featuring a series of mini games, linear fighting and the element where the game comes into its own is the boss fights. These are where this game excels. The characters are inventive, creative and extremely fun to pit your wits against. This second installment is pretty much more of the same. The world of Travis Touchdown is vibrant and exciting with Santa Destroy being an ideal location for a mini vacation. The controls are fun and intuitive with plenty of slicing and dicing carried out by the player to really help immerse you in the game. Overall I highly recommend this game, although it might be more for the long running hardcore gamer who will appreciate the throwback and retro style and mini games.
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This game is pretty damn flawless compared to the original in the fact that a faster, more efficient system is placed in order to reach shops, missions and mini-games. The script is strong and hilarious like the original.
The biggest improvement is the plethora of mini games that drag you into the arcade classic era with the 8 bit appearance; these mini games can be a collection of time consuming games in their own right.
This game gets 4/5 because the new camera system is a little delayed and not as forthright like the first game, and the story/character boss fights are a little lacklustre if only ever in the slightest. Playing as *SPOILER* shinobu was frustrating like hell because of the poorly made jump system.

TL;DR
Much better mini-games, efficient menu, strong combat improvement. Lacks strong charismatic bosses compared to the first game, shinobu is annoying, and slightly delayed camera.
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The first No More Heroes is quite easily the best game on the wii for my money, and a bit of a cult classic. Anything Suda 51 and Grasshopper put their names to tends to be an otherworldly hyper-stylized blast of sugar coated oddness unlike anything else out there, and this holds up that tradition well.

The open world from the first game is gone though, which I found made the game slightly less absorbing, and the boss fights could sometimes feel a little less refined, leading to occasionally frustrating slug fests.

Still way more interesting than almost anything else out there, and a must-play for anyone who loves that Grasshopper flavour (and everyone should, seriously they're the most interesting studio working in games today).
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The game is very funny and cool just like the first one. You can't drive at will in the town with the bike which is a good thing, you just pick your destination. The jobs are very funny and will help you earn some money. But in the end, I find the first NMH more entertaining, especially the story. Some of the bosses in NMH 2 seemed to be there just to fill a gap, there is a lack of originalit.Finally, the end is not as better as in NMH 1, but the game has still the spirit of NMH, so if you have liked the first one, you should definitely buy it !
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i brought no more heroes and loved the boss battles, but a lot of the other features let it down. in NMH2 most of these issues are fixed, making this game simply amazing!
the boss battles are fun and unique, the minigames are interesting an enjoyable, and the plot is decent. the only small problems are it does get a little repetitive at some points. also this game has some of the WORST jump and platforming mechanics i have ever seen.
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Words cannot explain how much I love this game!! I tend to stick to RPGs but wanted something a little more senseless and violent. I'd never heard of this game but I wanted what was basically Devil May Cry but for the Wii. This game is a million times better! Great characters, funny dialogue and fantastic gameplay. For a tenner - BUY THIS GAME! Seriously. If you like blood and gore and comedy this is amazing. Love, love, LOVE it!
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For those of you who played the original no more heroes the characters and general madness should be familiar yet still great fun to get to know all over again. For the uninitiated the plot will be explained in-game simply and quickly, with you taking control of Travis Touchdown and kicking bad-guy ass. One major difference for me was the blood (something sorely lacking from the PAL version of the last game) and while it seemed really strange at first to me I have no quarrel with it now. Combat has tightened up and high and low attacks mean much more than just landing a hit, they are now significantly different with one fast and weak and one slow and strong. Wrestling moves to be used as finishers are still present if initiated correctly. Although it offers fifty boss fights it is chopped down to about a third of that later on this is even more dissapointing as I felt the last game's bosses were better and more memorable. But one major thing that hit me much later on was that Travis starts to care about his victims becoming more and more aggrivated by Sylvia's disregard for human life. Side-jobs present are now in 8-Bit form and are much more fun aswell as navigating being made much easier (2d maps instead of biking trawls).
Overall this version is much more fun,cool and worthwhile than the previous game. A solid 10 out of 10!
Long Live Suda51!!
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