Articles tagged with: No More Heroes
EA have announced Shadows of the Damned, a collaboration between Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil, Vanquish) and Suda51 (No More Heroes). Shadows of the Damned is a heavily stylised psychological action thriller due for release in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
The European edition of No More Heroes for the PS3 will not be censored like its Japanese counterpart.
Konami is bringing the HD port of No More Heroes to PS3 owners in Europe. You might want to import this title if you’re in North America.
Suda-51, the charismatic CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture, the team behind the hit No More Heroes games on the Wii, has revealed he is planning to introduce a new IP that will take advantage of Sony’s …
No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise has been given an official release date of April 15th in Japan. There are no dates for other territories yet, but is it a game worth waiting for?
No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is coming out soon in Japan and there is a trailer showing off how awesome the game will look.
Need we say more?
We’re not sure about you, but we’re definitely excited about the upcoming No More Heroes port coming to the PS3 and 360 next March.
If we were Japanese we’d be even more excited, however, as it would appear Ubisoft will not be publishing the port in North America or Europe.
Recently announced, and highly anticipated around this parts, Destructoid have posted up some new spangled images of what the HD version of No More Heroes looks like.
Gaining the subtitle Eiyuuichi no Rakuen (Heroes’ Paradise) for its Japanese release next year, the gallery show Travis and co. in all their cel-shaded glory – albeit with a few more cels and a lot more glory.
Readers of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu got a surprise this month when, flicking through the popular periodical, they found one of the Wii’s best games staring back at them with updated graphics and the words …
Speaking to premium UK games magazine Edge, visionary Japanese developer Guichi Suda has intimated that, after the upcoming sequel to his seminal No More Heroes is released on the Wii, it may be time to expand the franchise to other platforms.
We can think of a platform that likes kick-ass games from uber-cool Japanese developers …