No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise Revised Controls Demoed

By Spencer . January 19, 2010 . 8:12am

image image

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise doesn’t utilize motion control so mini-games like lifting weights and wrestling moves have to be mapped with good old buttons.

 

To active a grappling attack, players press both analog sticks then point them in whatever directions show up on screen. Wrestling moves previously worked by moving the remote/nunchuck.  Spinning the remote deflects attacks on the Wii. The HD port has players spin the second analog stick. When Travis works out in the gym B and A make him lift weights and the shoulder buttons are used for squats.

 

Not as immersive as the Wii game, but you can add motion in if you want. Minowaman, the wrestler demoing No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise, does!


Read more stories about & & & & & & & on Siliconera.

Video game stories from other sites on the web. These links leave Siliconera.

  • malek86

    Nobody is going to miss the motion controls in those minigames (actually, it would have been better if they just removed the minigames altogether).But the method for wrestling moves sounds a bit iffy. Have you ever tried pressing an analog stick and moving it at the same time? It’s a bit awkward.

    • dv8shun

      I totally agree about analog stick awkwardness. Still seems like it’s worth the import, in my opinion.

      Any others followers of mixed martial arts? Minowaman is just awesome.

    • ndjn3979

      Pressing an analog stick and moving it? What are you talking about? People do it all the time on COD.

      • Aoshi00

        I felt weird about pressing and moving the analog stick too when I first played COD4, it’s like I couldn’t think of which to do at the same time. I like how you run in Gears of War better.

  • Kris

    I love the pre-Battle annnouncer in this video. I should make his pronunciation of “Death Metal” with him rolling his “r” my ring tone.

  • Aoshi00

    Looks like the wrestler really got into it. So this is uncensored and has dual tracks, it’s really tempting to import, at $60 it isn’t too bad either..

Siliconera Tests
Siliconera Videos

Popular