Ubisoft gives the US No More Heroes

By Levi . September 20, 2007 . 7:10am


Well here's some news that makes me indescribably happy. No More Heroes, Suda 51's stylistic Wii game about an average otaku who inadvertently becomes an assassin, has been picked up by Ubisoft for a release in the US. IGN reports that Ubisoft will be bringing the game stateside in February of 2008, and that the game is expected to carry a rating of M. Ubisoft is also promising that the game will reach American shores uncut from the Japanese release, meaning that all the "just as violent as Manhunt 2" blood and gore that Suda 51 promised us will be intact.


So for all those looking forward to No More Heroes, a long, grueling five month wait begins now. Let's all just hope it's worth it in the end. No More Heroes has HUGE potential to be a classic. 

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  • ryne11

    So this is confirmed as a PS2 port?

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