No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle - Toilet Talks Official Trailer
The production team discusses the finer points of the city of Santa Destroy.
Looks awsome.lol the 2D thing looks funny.But I thhink the wierdist part is...you fight cheerleaders?lol
The game looks awesome, I just wish they had more abilities and weapons. I mean 4 weapons is kind of lame, and only 7 wrestling moves? Still going to get it though, looks awesome. :D
Get rid of the stupid nunchuck motion control! Everyone knows by now it isn't good enough. PS - when I can I expect a real Star Wars lightsaber game with dual motion plus control?
I will say this looks good but then the first game looked good too and I got pretty board with it pretty quick
I played the first one and all, but it really bugs me that it has to GUARANTEE extreme gore to avoid misconceptions. It's a good game with or without it. Same thing happened to the RE4 port for the Wii. It's like people automatically assume they're going to dumb it down!
Instead of swinging wiimotes in the air, i'd be swinging my di... err, wiimote on that asian chick behind.
Played it at PAX. Almost exactly the same gameplay, unfortunately - but the boss was fun as all hell though.
and no, Zaibach, Issac Hayes (voice of Chef)is dead as doornails, and has been for about a year or so.
Cant wait to try out the new beam katana's and Gamespot speed it up with the Wii coverage would you.
The jobs were crazy unintuitive in the first one, but now they look much better. They're in a gaming style that's about 50 million years old, they do match up with the 8-bit-y style perfectly, you there, and they seem like something people might actually want to replay. The new camera is definitely a plus too. I'm still unsure how long SUDA51 can actually keep the momentum going because about half of everyone is into button mashers with awful stories and unrelatable characters like any given squad-based sci-fi shooter and their dog. This is also not really helped by a major lack of games that convince players never to buy sequels once monotony develops in a franchise or anything with the color brown as a major selling point. Maybe all we need is a Moonwalker-esque meteorite to hit someone and turn them into a designer with an exceptional game armada.
Can't wait for this game. The first one was played to death, and this looks like even more crazy fun. Even without the gore NMH still beats most other action games. The jobs look fun, the group combat seems to be more fluid, and better actions for the finishing moves. SUDA 51 is fast becoming a god.