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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Description
Reviews By Derek Vazquez : Date January 27, 2010
I found the original NMH to be pretty likeable, but to say the sequel is just better is an understatement. Everything from the play mechanics to the visuals has been tweaked and overhauled for an overall more engrossing experience. This one oozes style and keeps the players attention from the first ranked battle to the last. I found myself spending so much time on the “retro” titles within as well, which are the new “jobs” yoy can aquire to earn money. They really are fun and remind me of the games I played on the NES back in tha day hehe. Simply put, from the end of last year till the beginning of this one, Wii’s lineup is looking good. Let’s hope the next titles to be released are on par with this one and Tatsunoko Vs Capcom.
Reviews By Kyle Nicholson : Date January 29, 2010
Pretty nice I got the game the day it released. Dusted off the wii and started playing,at an instant I loved it. Not only did Suda throw in a parody of Cloud (FF7), but he introduced the game very well for those who haven’t played the first (Should buy it if you haven’t played it).
Unlike the first one, you don’t get to drive and your jobs aren’t in 3-D. The jobs you have are like old arcade games that will keep you off your real task for hours.
The beam katanas are back with a couple of new ones, there’s a new katana that has slow powerful slashes and gets longer the more your ki goes up. There’s also dual katanas that have fast slashes and devastating combos.
Reviews By T. Hower : Date January 27, 2010
No More Heroes returns with a vengence. Gone is the clunky free roam overworld you now just select wich location you want to travel to on a overworld map. Starting at rank #51 theres even more insane boss battles then the original. Jobs are now turned into SNES style games that are designed pretty well and will bring back some memories if your into old school gaming. Combat is essentially the same as the original with some additional power-ups and ability to interchange beam katanas on the fly. Game has an excess of sick..mature..dirty humor and style.