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No Heroes Allowed!

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Based on 5 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation VROct 17, 2017

Developers: Acquire, SCE Japan Studio, SIEA

Genre: Strategy

No Heroes Allowed! VR is a real time strategy game where you become the God of Destruction and, together with the Badmen and Badmella, aim for world domination!

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No Heroes Allowed VR - Launch Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

No Heroes Allowed VR - Launch Trailer | PS4

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No Heroes Allowed! - PlayStation VR Announce Trailer | E3 2017

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Hobby Consolas

75 / 100
Hobby Consolas

It might not make use good use of VR capabilities, but it offers a comfy, funny and amusing strategy experience.

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Push Square

7 / 10
Sammy Barker

No Heroes Allowed! VR is a deeply satisfying and surprisingly humorous PlayStation VR strategy game. It doesn't do much with virtual reality, but it looks great inside the headset and has some unique gameplay ideas to boot. Sure, its high price means that it's never going to get to the top of the food chain, but this likeable title is still worth feasting on – assuming, of course, you can afford it.

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Critical Hit

7 / 10.0
Geoffrey Tim

It's a delightfully irreverent, casual tabletop warfare game that offers some surprisingly satisfying strategy gaming. There are a few fundamental flaws that are overshadowed by slick production values and some wonderfully witty writing.

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PlayStation LifeStyle

7 / 10.0
Chandler Wood

There isn't a deeply strategic RTS hiding within No More Heroes! VR, but it does offer a clever commentary on one of gaming's most persistent and often silliest mechanics, and sometimes it's nice to kick back and be the bad guy for a change.

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