In this review, I will talk about No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise for the PlayStation 3.
Suda 51’s designed game No More Heroes is finally now available for the PlayStation 3. Suda 51 has made sure that the quality of his game design is not compromised with this port of the game. No More Heroes will offer you the same great experience that you had on the Wii, but the PlayStation Move support is not as impressive as the support of the Wii Mote. Nevertheless, a game from a creative mind of someone like Suda 51 should not be missed. Read on the review to find out more.
To kick start my review, I will discuss the features of the game.
Just like any other game from Suda 51, No More Heroes is insane, words can’t really describe the twisted design that Suda 51 comes up with. As soon as you start, you play Travis, you ride a motorcycle which crashes into some mention, you get off, kill at least 2 guards, call them names and watch them as they die with blood gushing out of their necks. This is the kind of game No More Heroes is, totally nonsense fast paced action.
Moving further down the review, No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise art style and violence can easily be compared to any Japanese Anime, this is exactly why most of you who love anime’s will love this game. Using the Move controller, you swipe around to hit the enemies with your sword; otherwise you will be pretty much bashing 2 buttons at all times. The combat of the game is fast paced, so you won’t really get bored of it. The game offers you the option to play with the normal PlayStation controller, but really, why wouldn’t you want to swing your hand around to cut off limbs of your enemies?
To finish off my review, if you aren’t a proud owner of a Wii and missed this crazy brilliant game from Suda 51, this is your chance to experience this insanely different game.