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No More Heroes £14.49 Del @ Softuk

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
No More Heroes tells the story of Travis Touchdown, an anime fan who lives in the fictional town of Santa Destroy, California.

After an unexpected turn of events, Travis finds himself at the bottom of an Assassins organization.

Travis will have to prove himself worthy and defeat 10 other bloodthirsty killers - all with deep stories of their own - to make his way to the top of the assassins league.
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#1
While stocks last on this.


http://www.softuk.com/product_images/WI_NoHero_Game.jpg
#2
mint game!
#3
Good game this, rather odd though to me - very Japanese if you get me.

Opens up a lot more than you initially think it will after the 1st hour of play.
#4
Highly recommended if you liked Killer 7
#5
How cheap is this game gonna get? It's a shame it has come to this, as I doubt we will see any more games by this guy on the Wii after such poor sales figures..........
#6
can you have japanese voices?
#7
Gone :x

Showing : Sorry this item is currently out of stock and will require a delayed dispatch

Nice price while it lasted.
#8
pete_21
Gone :x

Showing : Sorry this item is currently out of stock and will require a delayed dispatch

Nice price while it lasted.


Can a mod please un expire, you will still get the game at this price, just a delayed del.
#9
dancrawley
How cheap is this game gonna get? It's a shame it has come to this, as I doubt we will see any more games by this guy on the Wii after such poor sales figures..........


apparently it sold quite well, especially in america.
#10
redcap
apparently it sold quite well, especially in america.


It's quite a different game in America, though. Added blood and scenes. Still wondering if I should get this or not for that very fact.
#11
Grasshopper are working closely with Tecmo and Nintendo on Fatal Frame IV for the Wii, I believe. =)

Really good game though, this, one of the best on the Nintendo Wii.
#12
Horrible game - avoid. Just completed this, it's one of the most repetitive, frustratingly annoying games I've played on the Wii. Save your money and get something that's worth getting. I've posted a review on CVG that sums up the game, no need to repost here.
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narcist;2666922
Can a mod please un expire, you will still get the game at this price, just a delayed del.


Unexpired.. offer valid only from today :)
#14
narcist
Can a mod please un expire, you will still get the game at this price, just a delayed del.


Not anymore its back instock :thumbsup:

If a mod could de-expire this that would be great:)
#15
it's good for a while - a bit like grand theft auto just really bad graphics, oh yeah. sorry, forgot - wii standards.
#16
redcap
apparently it sold quite well, especially in america.


I don't know about American sales, but Japanese sales were reported as very dissapointing:

Goichi Suda, otherwise known as Killer 7 and No More Heroes director Suda 51, claims that third-party titles for the Wii aren't selling in his home land and that only Nintendo is really profiting from its success.

Speaking about the sales of No More Heroes in Japan, he told us, "Whilst the sales weren't as high as I hoped, other titles for Wii aren't selling so well either. Only Nintendo titles are doing well. This isn't just because of the current situation in Japan, as this is happening outside Japan."

He also expressed surprise over the casual audience that has been the primary adopters of the Wii. "Actually I was very surprised about the reality about Wii, because before I was making this game, I wasn't expecting that Wii would be a console targeted only for non-gamers. I expected more games for hardcore gamers. The reality is different to what I expected".

No More Heroes was released in Japan last year to impressive reviews, but failed to set the retail world alight. It's been reported that on its launch day, it took twenty minutes for someone to buy a copy at a signing, and even then it was a journalist from Famitsu.
#17
The world isnt ready for art house games yet.
#18
belovedmonster
The world isnt ready for art house games yet.


to true

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