No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Demo Beams On To PSN

By Spencer . July 27, 2011 . 3:22pm

nmh_ss003rWant to try out No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise with PlayStation Move controls? Or want to see what deathblows are like when mapped to the right analog stick? Then logon to PlayStation Network.


Konami put a 471 MB downloadable demo in North America’s PlayStation Store. The demo opens with Travis crashing into a mansion on his way to fight Death Metal.


No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise comes out on August 16 in North America.

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  • RoKKlauser

    Downloading it now. :D

  • Nice! I wouldn’t have known there was a demo had it not been for this article. Thanks for the tip!

  • AzureNova

    This is “Moe”

  • MrSirFeatherFang

    I totally forgot, I was going to read Miyuki before I was going to play this! My memory is becoming bad… I didn’t know there was a demo either, from what I’ve seen they’ve fixed the lighting issue from the original Paradise too~

  • nyobzoo

    the regular controller controls weren’t too bad and the game is only $40, probably pick this up

    • jello44

      Yeah, I agree. I remember seeing a video review some guy did of the Japanese PS3 version and he basically made it sound like the controls were going to hurt you badly.

      I didn’t have any issues with them at all. In fact, they worked pretty damn well, in my opinion.

  • Guest

    I tried playing NMH2 with CC and I just did not like it. I’ll pass but hope some people who haven’t tried the series yet pick it up.

  • AnimeRemix

    This is quite late… I mean, the European PSN store had the demo up for quite a while now… And only now is the American PSN store getting it. =/

    Been played the demo, the controls are alright for the PS3. Though, I really prefer the Wii controls (Wii Remote + Nunchuk). 

  • I loved the demo when I downloaded it off the PSN EU store, and I immediately went to look for this game online. I’ll definitely get it, so I hope you USbros enjoy this demo as much as I did :)

  • LezardValeth


  • Tried out the demo, the controls were pretty good.  If u didn’t pick it up cause you didn’t have a Wii, you have no excuse now

  • HistorysGreatestMonster

    Don’t own a Wii, so this was my first experience with the series. Still haven’t tried it out with the Move, but the Dualshock controls were alright. Seems like fun and it’s inexpensive, so I’ll be picking it up. Loved Shadows of the Damned and Killer 7.

  • imaguni

    Coming from the Wii + nunchuk, using a controller was definitely an experience for me but it really wasn’t so bad in the end!`Perhaps I can avoid the purchase of a Move controller for now…

  • SirRichard

    I played the demo when Europe got it (a good long while ago, hrah), and I gotta say I prefer the remote/Move controls. The regular controller controls aren’t bad, but just too…different.

  • PrinceHeir

    gotta charge my “beam katana” :D

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