No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle - Wii

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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii)
Viewed: 3D Third-person, over the shoulder Genre:
Beat 'Em Up: Hack and Slash
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Grasshopper Soft. Co.: Marvelous Interactive
Publishers: Ubisoft (US)
Rising Star (GB)
Released: 28 May 2010 (GB)
Feb 2010 (US)
Ratings: BBFC 15
Accessories: Nunchuck, Classic Controller


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No More Heroes was a visceral delight when it hit the Nintendo Wii in 2008, putting players in the shoes of otaku freak Travis Touchdown as he kills his way to the top of the United Assassin's Association leaderboard. Beating down enemies and splitting them in half with a beamsword is quite the highlight.

But Travis is back, and despite becoming the #1 assassin in the world he finds himself much lower on the leaderboard. What's worse is that his best friend's been murdered, and it all seems to be tied into whoever's muscled their way to the top of the killing tree. As Touchdown tackles new enemies, he will be armed with a bunch of new wrestling moves and fatalities that are the ultimate display of brutal punishment.

Better than the new moves is the fact that you will get to wield two swords at once, and engage in multiple boss battles that will culminate in twisted scenes that you probably wouldn't dare dream of. Beyond the blood and guts are changes to the menus and world system that improves on the original No More Heroes. A removal of the sandbox driving and the addition of more refined beat-em-up segments, a more prominent 8-bit flavour and the ability to turn into a tiger, and you have one mean sequel.


No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle - Wii Artwork