Play as Travis Touchdown as you fight to become the world's #1 Assassin! Use Travis's lethal beam katana to eliminate the top 10 ranked skillful killers of the United Assassins Association. After defeating his original boss, Helter Skelter, Travis takes the position of the 11th ranked hitman and begins his meteoric rise to the top!
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Complete Deadly Missions and Side-Jobs – Play through a myriad of missions and part-time jobs as you make your way to the top of the United Assassins Association
Compatible with Playstation Move – Use Travis's Beam Katana skills with Playstation Move's accurate movement recognition technology and cut through waves of enemies
Enjoy Newly Added Game Modes – Enter “Rebout Mode” to challenge your former foes and compare your scores with players around the world, or enjoy “Viewer Mode” where you can watch infamous cut-scenes
All-New Boss Challenges – Enjoy crystal-clear HD graphics as you slash your way through the original 10 bosses from No More Heroes
Collect Exclusive Downloadable Content – Customize your game with new content including exclusive customizations and upgrades
No More Heroes Heroes Paradise is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Squeeze Every PennyRemakes with added content that holds little appeal are becoming the big thing in gaming lately.
The Capcom/EA philosophy of tweaking an existing game, repackaging it and charging the price of a new game is taking hold across the industry.
This is a great game, and I can see how it could appeal to PS3 owners with it's widespread violence and vulgarity, and they are hard up for quality titles on their console.
So if you are a PS3 owner, definitely get this, but if you have the option, just buy the Wii version + the sequel. At this point, the deuce would cost less than this one retooled version, and you'd get more "legitimate" gameplay out of it.