gamers (64%) found this review helpful
This is simply one of the best Wii games out currently. Other than Medal of Honor Heroes 2, no other game has quit sparked my interest until No More Heroes. Soon as you start the game there is just DEATH DEATH DEATH. Slicing through people, doing wrestling moves. It's sweet to DDT someone and then stab them with a beam katana. I also enjoyed petting Jeane in the game. The game is really messed up, which is what makes it so awesome. For one mission, you kill someone, and for the next mission you collect coconuts. AWESOME. THIS GAME GETS A 10/10 for gameplay, graphics, sweet story, weird stuff, and DEATH!
gamers (65%) found this review helpful
Well this game started off pretty well reflecting on the trailer anyone following had scene and putting you into the action first off. Not only that but it also managed to put the Wii-mote into a usefull stance instead of constantly burdening the player. The sandbox style of the game really shines around the city of Sante Destroy while progressing in the story almost seemlessly. The only real challenge is earning the money to pay your fight fees which is easilly accomplished by just doing a few part time jobs and assasinations.As far as the overall feel of the game it was outstanding the constant jokes and prods and overall atmosphere just made it ring of success. Personally only one game even feels moderately similar that being Killer7 the director/story writer Suda51's cult hit. As far as looks go its pretty decent although not exactly up to par with "next-gen" expectations it does stylistically present itself and wont hurt your eyes. The story is great and will leave you asking for more.The soundtrack is pretty repetive but isn't really highly noticable as your too busy slicing through cronnies. Now the combat is where it's at the seemless controls and ease of use just makes this game a hit not to mention the way your throws and everything ties toghter.
Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed this game and would recommend it to anyone looking for the Wii's first Mature but good title.