No More Heroes
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No More Heroes is a series that is near and dear to my heart, and I will recommend it up and down to anyone.
I've been playing No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle for more than a decade now as they never cease to amaze me with their untethered style, violent action, and satisfying combat. With these HD ports on Switch, you can be damn sure I'll be playing them for the next decade as well.
You owe it to yourself to play No More Heroes, and if you do, it needs to be on the Nintendo Switch.
There's no massive additions or changes in the transition to Switch, and some gameplay frustrations still remain that likely shouldn't. But fans will be very happy with what's offered here and newcomers will find this to be the definitive way to experience Suda51's masterpieces.
While the first game is missing some content from the PS3 version, No More Heroes 1 and 2 on Switch are easily the best versions of these fantastic games. While it's disappointing they didn't take the time to fix any of the games issues like the tedious minigames, both are still well worth playing.
However if you haven't played this series before I recommend you go pick it up. There's no gaming series like it and I doubt there ever will be. No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle are out now on the Nintendo Switch
No More Heroes deserves every ounce of love it has received since its release on the Nintendo Wii. From mowing grass to slaying enemies, the game's boundless energy helps you overlook its shortcomings. If you're new to No More Heroes, now's a fantastic time to dive right in.
Regardless, No More Heroes is still a blast to play. There's something so satisfying about swinging your hands to slice someone in two. It has blemishes, for sure, but its main gameplay and sense of style win out in the end. The Switch release is the definitive version, bar none, so check it out if you like quirky adventures.
No More Heroes is something very rare – a game that's actually better now than it was on its original bow, showing us just how little the gaming landscape has actually moved forward. It is certainly, avowedly not for everyone – and you get the impression that's just how director Suda51 likes it. Artier than most art games, more thoughtful than most think pieces, and cruder than crude oil, No More Heroes uses its own repetition to decisive, impressive effect. Glorious, gore-ious, gorgeous and gregarious, this madcap anime nightmare deserves your attention. If you missed it on Wii, buy it immediately. If you didn't, you most likely already have.
With the release date of No More Heroes 3 being announced, it was inevitable that No More Heroes would release on the Nintendo Switch. A supposedly amazing series with cult following, one I'm glad I finally jumped into. But does this remake do it justice?