No More Heroes
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  • The game has some of the coolest character designs I've seen in recent years, and Travis Touchdown is, hands-down, the best new game hero of 2008
  • I was rather impressed with No More Heroes' decision to not map your beam katana completely to the Wiimote
  • You end up having to attack and kill a bunch of the same bad guys a thousand times to earn enough cash, and it gets incredibly boring after about two levels

    • by Josh
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      No More Heroes for Nintendo Wii has a great story and a fantastic sense of humor, gameplay-wise, it’s kind of a bore.

      Graphics: No More Heroes boast an awesome art style complemented by a sleek cell-shaded engine in-game. The game has some of the coolest character designs I’ve seen in recent years, and Travis Touchdown is, hands-down, the best new game hero of 2008.

      Sound: The in-game music is nothing to write home about, but the game


      does have an excellent sound-effects-track. Just try listening to the SFX made when recharging your Beam Katana without laughing. But best of all is the voice-acting. Intentionall sub-par and B-Movie-esque, the game has hilarious dialouge that makes the repetitive gameplay worthwhile just to get to the cutscenes.

      Gameplay: I was rather impressed with No More Heroes’ decision to not map your beam katana completely to the Wiimote. Other games, such as Zelda: Twilight Princess or ...


      • Pirates of the Carribbean forced you to constantly shake the wiimote all over the place to attack enemies with your swords, and this was very tiresome and took away from my enjoyment of the game. But with No More Heroes, you use the A button to attack, and then deliver the final blow with a shake of the Wiimote. This way, you end up only swinging the wiimote around for about 1/4 the time you
        would in other games, and this is very welcome.

        But the gameplay quickly becomes stale as you’re forced to collect money in order to proceed to the next boss match. You end up having to attack and kill a bunch of the same bad guys a thousand times to earn enough cash, and it gets incredibly boring after about two levels.

        Overall: The game is unique and has a fun sense of humor, but gameplay-wise, it’s incredibly boring.




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