Jun 15, 201190No More Heroes is still a great game, if a little inconsistent; dozens of inspired moments with the dullest sandbox world yet produced as the hub, sacrificing fun for drudgery, yet somehow getting away with it, a fast-paced action game, coupled with a frame rate volatile when you do anything too fast. This is a deeply flawed game but it is brilliant; overcoming a multitude of shortcomings and refusing to be crippled by its own flab.
May 19, 201185A cult classic, a rare and crazy gem that demands your full attention from start to finish. The conversion from Wii to PS3 hasn't been entirely without fault, but it's still well worth picking up, especially if you never experienced it the first time around.
Jun 17, 201173No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise alternates between a unique art direction, full of great moments, to some technical flaws that are hard to swallow, especially considering that the game runs on a PlayStation 3. The very simple structure, which uses various tricks to break an otherwise absurd monotony (ten boss fights in a row?) should have been supported by a deeper gameplay and, furthermore, by better graphics.
Almost ideal for video games:
- Interesting and varied mini-games;
- Catchy challenging bosses;
- Improvement of the hero;
- Vizulny individual style;
- Humor, music and sound.
So was supposed to be the God of War, but it made a piece of for the kids. What else to expect from the West studio Well that game consoles are the real experts on the case from the Eastern studios that make a REAL video game, not QTE-movies.
A masterpiece of modern gaming industry, is mandatory for gamers, it is not recommended to vanilla fans God of War, Uncharted and other modern "games."… Expand
A strange, yet unique action title that will entertain as long as the player is able to look past some rough spots and shoddy design choices. It is essentially a shined-up, HD port of the Wii title with a few extra bells and whistles. The action is solid and the bosses are memorable. The only downfall would have to be the constant grind for cash, as it is required to move forward in the game and the side-jobs can be aggravatingly repetitive. I would definitely recommend downloading the demo before purchasing the title, as this game is not for everyone.… Expand
7I usualy do not like/play this kind of games: mindless shooting/slashing/killing, but
I have to admit that I REALY DO ENJOY THIS ONE!! at first I did not, I played for an hour or less
and then I throw it and forget about it for quite some time, and then I picked it
up again and start slashing and killing and this time I am hoked!
it's not for everyone, and I am one picky videogame player, I do not play anything just for kicks
I only play serious games like RPGs and action/puzzle games with story that can
get my attention/interest. This game have no story and no puzzle, its just killing people
and blood everywhere, I used to hate these kind of games and to judge those who
like this kind of gener..but oh boy how I am enjoying this!!
hope to see NoMore Heros 2 ported to PS3. In the other hand the graphics are a bit
..well..old school if I may say comparing it to other games of the gener, but hey
its just a ported wii game, and now I just want to KILL thing!… Expand
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