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No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise uncensored in Europe

Submitted by on Thursday, 19 August 2010One Comment

The European edition of No More Heroes for the PS3 will not be censored like its Japanese counterpart.

Back when Heroes’ Paradise came out in Japan fans were pretty disappointed to learn that the PS3 version was censored. For some reason there weren’t any blood effects. The 360 version of Heroes’ Paradise was uncensored, as was the original on the Wii. It didn’t particularly make sense and it seems like Konami Europe realized that.

Unfortunately, it seems like Konami North America is still not acknowledging the game and didn’t even mention it on their Gamescom press site. There has been no mention of a 360 release either, so this is currently a PS3 exclusive in that region. We can’t imagine it staying that way for long.

No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is expected to launch sometime in 2011 and will feature PlayStation Move Support. Check out the screenshots below to see the blood. You can also see the new Move icons that were added to the game.