By Spencer . April 20, 2011 . 9:19pm
Marvelous announced No More Heroes: Red Zone Edition for Japan. Yes, this is another version of Grasshopper Manufacture’s game but there are features that were not included in the Japanese version of No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise.
No More Heroes: Red Zone Edition has all the blood and gore from the North American release. Aside from the Xbox 360 version of No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise, previous versions of the game were censored so the game would be rated CERO D (think of this like a "M" rating). Notice No More Heroes: Red Zone Edition is CERO Z, which means it’s for adults only and must be sold behind store counters.
PlayStation Move support has been added to the game as well as five bosses from No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. You can fight Skelter Helter, Nathan Copeland, Kimi Howell, Matt Helms, and Alice Twilight are in HD. Boss rush mode also has online rankings, so you can see how your assassin score stacks up against other players. Ten extra missions that were cut from the Wii version are included in Red Zone Edition. One of the ideas Grasshopper Manufacturer came up with is human bowling, which you can play on PS3.
First run copies include an additional feature, Ms. Sylvia’s 18 and up only pack. You can redeem this product code to see all of the character models including Travis in forbidden viewer mode. Players can freely rotate the camera to size up Sylvia, as seen in this screenshot.
The product code also lets you view four kinds of beam katanas and Travis’ bike in four different colors. No More Heroes: Red Zone Edition comes out on July 21 in Japan. Konami will release No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise in North America, which has PlayStation Move support and bosses from No More Heroes 2. Online leaderboards, the extra missions, and forbidden viewer mode have not been announced so far.