No More No More Heroes Until 2010

By Spencer . October 17, 2008 . 12:06pm

Marvelous’ announcement at Tokyo Game Show was a teaser clip for No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle. While the sequel’s name makes it sound like a Nintendo DS game, you know with the DS acronym, Grasshopper Manufacture is developing it for the Wii. Enjoy this teaser trailer because No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle’s tentative release window is January 2010. Europe gets it shortly afterwards February/March-ish. Strangely, Japan doesn’t have a release date.


More than a full year seems like a long wait, but you have to forgive Grasshopper Manufacture. They’re busy making a horror game with EA and some PlayStation 3 thing.



Images courtesy of Marvelous.

  • Crosz

    I’d been hoping despite the strange circumstances following “To Be Continued” at the games end. This news is good news regardless of the wait.

  • This is great I hope they add more new fetures and modes mabey a Multiplayer or some thing,But on top of all that its great news.

  • Daizyujin

    This is actually very good IMHO. I loved the first game but it had a lot of points to it that felt very rushed or stapled on at the last minute, like the entire overworld system. This should give them plenty of time to work on implementing these things in a more compelling way.

  • JT

    Does this mean that WiiMotionPlus support is a layup? If so, then totally worth the 14-month wait.

  • alice

    I think it should be named “No More Heroes 2: Still No More Heroes”

  • QBasic

    Now there’s an idea…NMH for the DS…

  • Jay

    Hopefully MadWorld will satisfy the wait.

  • RuzE+

    I doubt It will be 2010. My prediction is late ’09. First off they already have the tools and engine from the 1st, so now they need to upgrade and tweak the graphics a bit and rest comes next. This is not an “EPIC” RPG that takes 2 years to complete…C’MON!!

  • nika

    @RuzE: I’d rather wait until 2010 than that it will be rushed in any way. So I’ll patiently wait ^^

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