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No paradise, but worth a short trip.

posted by LayZDevil (GRAND RAPIDS, MI) Oct 16, 2011

Member since Oct 2010

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise is a solid game. It has the same style found in all games made by Suda 51. There's lots of odd humor, the story is strange, and the characters are unique to say the least. The gameplay is solid, if not repetitive. But that's to be expected in a slash-'em title.

The story progression is pretty linear. Side jobs open up as your rank increases on your quest to become the #1 assassin. The money earned from these jobs is necessary to set up the next ranked match. You can also find collectibles in each bosses levels and there's even a NG+ mode, which contains some new items to find.

Overall, a solid game. Worth playing if you haven't experienced it yet on the Wii.

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its fun BUT

posted by msgttuck (GRAND FORKS, ND) Oct 14, 2011

Member since Oct 2011

it had a funny and good story but the game play could have been quite a bit better the sword fighting was very fun but the horrible thing about it was u always had to swipe the analog stick in the direction the screen shows to actually kill the people it would of been nice if it was free flowing and also jumping coulda been nice but the worse part was the open world stupidness were u had to go do missions and if u wanted to get anywhere in less than 20 minutes u had to take the stupid moped/motorcycle abomination which had very hard controls also if u hit anything it would tip over and take forever to get back up but aside from that it is a pretty solid rental only

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New to the series

posted by Rlmm24 (KILLEEN, TX) Oct 2, 2011

Member since Aug 2011

this game is a good port of the wii version just with minor graphic differences and fights from NMH2 bosses aside from those its the same story from travis's first cameo!

overall if u havent played it then this is a must if u have and want to replay it then its a go other then that rental all the way

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