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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
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The minigames were hard to control, but so were the games I used to play when I played the Atari 2600 or NES. It had a nostalgic feel to it. I had a little trouble controlling the Pipe Mania clone, but once I figured the controls out, it was okay. The minigames were a lot of fun, and at the now low price (under thirty dollars), a lot of people should consider it to even just to play these mini-games.
Unlike the first one, you don't get to drive and your jobs aren't in 3-D. The jobs you have are like old arcade games that will keep you off your real task for hours.
The beam katanas are back with a couple of new ones, there's a new katana that has slow powerful slashes and gets longer the more your ki goes up. There's also dual katanas that have fast slashes and devastating combos.
If you are looking for a violent game that gives you a laugh at the same time, get this game.
+ Graphics improved (Good for being on a Wii)
+ Longer gameplay
+ Playing arcade games to get stronger and money is loads of fun.
+ You charge the beam katana the same way :)
+ More stuff (Clothes, katanas, activities)
- Camera will SOMETIMES go against you
- I can't think of any more cons
No More Heroes 2 I long awaited for. Had the release date marked on my calender I really love this game. The first one took my buy surprise and the second one was more like desert after the main meal.
Whats improved with the second game? Well... The characters have been touched up a lot everything is more detailed this time around (not that there was anything wrong with the original look), the Game has better music this time around that gets you pretty pumped, There's a lot more sexy female bosses for some reason (no complaints here), the goons you fight are much better. There's a lot more variety as far as the types and they do have different fighting styles, but they have nothing to do with the bosses you fight like in the previous game where they actually had a theme to go along with the level you were playing.... and well it looks like they removed and added some stuff to satisfy the complainers.
I'll get into that. With the first game everyone nagged about how hard the bike was to control and nagged about riding around in the world so they took that part out the game(I never nagged it was if fun)now you just point and click on area's on your map and you go right to them. The side missions are old school 8 bit mini games. They have their charm, but since you don't have to grind on side missions to get stuff you're not exactly forced to do them. I kind of missed the old mission style because it added more to the game, but this was alright I guess...would of been more fun if it could of been an unlockable like the Bizarre Jelly game.
Also the game doesn't have all the stores you used to travel around to.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Faster paced gameplay than the original and better minigames. Will forever love it. Dual swords and longsword are so figging fun to use.Published 4 months ago by Logan
Not as good as the first. There's not as much personality or impact, and some fights are gimmicky and frustrating. Plus it gets tiring to play.Published 4 months ago by Justin
great game bought used so no cover art but it was fun good tutoral and boss battlesPublished 5 months ago by ben bradford
A good sequel to No More Heroes. The open world has been replaced with a menu based mode of transport, which was not an improvement in my opinion, but the upgraded clothing and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by James Ozmar
No more heroes 2 was an improvement on the first game in almost every way imaginable. The mini games, characters, story, even the boss battles are more fun! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Hunter Talbot