Filthy adult No More Heroes remake gets an only partially filthy adult trailer. Though there is brief boob and bum

So yeah, No More Heroes is getting another HD remake. The initial 360 and PS3 port, Heroes' Paradise, still hasn't been given a western release (it's currently down for Q3 of this year), but July will see a new PS3 version, entitled No More Heroes: Red Zone. Apparently this second PS3 version is to make up for a crap port the first time round, so maybe don't bother getting excited about Heroes' Paradise, western PS3 owners.

How is Red Zone going to be an improvement? In part by adding more sexiness and more gore, both of which are on show to varying degrees in this new trailer. Watch on for details and partial boob.

Where the PS3 version of Heroes' Paradise was originally a sanitised port, with censored blood much like the Japanese and European versions of the Wii original, Red Zone is full-on with the red spray. It's also bringing five bosses from No More Heroes 2 and ten levels cut from the original Wii NMH. And more sexy-time. Basically, it's the Ultra Turbo XX Reload Edition of No More Heroes, so if you haven't picked up Suda's gloriously excessive, poop-laded slash-frenzy yet, this will be the version to get. If it comes out in the west, that is.

April 26th, 2011


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  • pr0tostar - April 27, 2011 10:36 a.m.

    Doubt this will ever see a Western release... but I could be wrong. If not is ok with me; I'm a fan of the first two games, obviously know how to play them, and it's still in English anyway >.> This is on my must-have list either way.
  • Afrodisiac39 - April 27, 2011 3:43 a.m.

    I agree with Romniation to a degree. When I originally heard about Paradise, my initial reaction was "Eww, what's wrong with Travis' stomach? He has real abs now and actually looks like he could hurt someone." One of the reasons I love NMH is for its not so great graphics and because it's hilarious. It only pretends to take itself seriously at certain points in Desperate Struggle but it's really just a zany game. Maybe it'll work on the PS3 with Move but even so I would never buy this. It's one of the few games I can go back to and have fun with on my Wii and the story is ridiculous. If you haven't gotten any of the three previous versions, buy this game because it really is tons of fun but if it seems a bit too serious, it might be the graphical overhaul. And the levels don't seem to lead to bosses because there appears to be a boss arena where you fight the NMH2 baddies.
  • Robusken - April 27, 2011 2:02 a.m.

    It...dosn't look much different. Sort of stuffing parts of NMH 2 into a remake of a remake of NMH. Still my Wii broke a long time ago so If I get a chance to go through the game again I'll take it.
  • Zanthis - April 26, 2011 11:33 p.m.

    Oh man, I really hope this remake gets ported here. I was interested in the first remake, but it being censored really took the desire to play out of it. This looks pretty awesome.
  • Romination - April 26, 2011 9:34 p.m.

    This sounds DUMB. It's getting rid of what helps make No More Heroes charming and interesting for "TITS AND BLOOD YOU LIKE AMERICA!?"
  • BlackElement17 - April 26, 2011 7:42 p.m.

    But would it be worth purchasing if I already have 1 and 2?
  • BALLSTOTHEWALLET - April 26, 2011 6:30 p.m.

    I'm looking to get into No More Heroes(PS3 owner), I wanna start with the first one, should I get this one?.
  • Jayzilla - April 26, 2011 5:28 p.m.

    Those sure were some PS1 era pointy boobs
  • game-.-freak - April 26, 2011 5:26 p.m.

    I wanted this on PS3 when it first came out on the Wii. I'll probably get it when it goes down in price (or get's a release). I just hope they use the Move to I'ts fullest potential rather than use the exact same motions the Wii uses. The only thing is that the HD versions somehow look worse. Not graphically before some users start crying, but artistically.
  • jackthemenace - April 26, 2011 4:44 p.m.

    I've never played a NMH title, but, if this is released on PS3, I'd definitely be willing to give it a try. D'You think it'll be PS move only?
  • Redeater - April 26, 2011 4:04 p.m.

    Meh. I have to say after finally playing through the second game on wii I believe I am finished with this series. The ideas are good but the gameplay for the desperate struggle was beyond broken. I can't even tell you how many times I was ready to throw my controller at my tv when fighting that Doc Oc assassin. Fix the gameplay mechanics and I might be interested in a 360 or PS3 release.
  • infernox - April 26, 2011 3:36 p.m.

    The Red Zone version is basically the international version as it features the exact same content that the west is getting.
  • ShadowFoxNinja09 - April 26, 2011 3:23 p.m.

    Wait, so with the Playstation Move Controller, it pretty much is an HD Wii version! When Nintendo said people don't want HD for their games... Irony? But I hope instead of just cramming the new boss fights in that they've linked the two games together. keeping the driving sections from the first game throughout both story lines. I was sad when they took them out for Desperate Struggle. Admittedly they SUCKED because the environments were completely indestructible, but it was fun just cruising around. So I hope that they do a major re-haul on those sections as well. This looks awesome though, because, frankly, any more No More Heroes is always a good thing. AmIRight?? I might just have to buy a PS3 for this game if they launch it stateside... seeing as how I sold my Wii to buy a 3DS before I had actually beaten Desperate Struggle lol Recaptcha: Chenab twermi.... Chernobyl??? How dare you make that comparison to Japan!
  • ichigoame - April 26, 2011 3:23 p.m.

    how the fuck did I write 'like' instead of 'live' ffffuuuuu lol RC: technical worder oh the irony
  • ichigoame - April 26, 2011 3:22 p.m.

    I like in England,on Amazon it says it will be released may 20th, do you reckon that's legit or is it one of those releases that get pushed to another date
  • GR_DavidHoughton - April 26, 2011 3 p.m.

    Absolutely no word on a full Desperate Struggle on PS3 or 360 yet. The extra content in this special edition implies maybe not, but then again the double-dip does imply an intention to squeeze plenty of cash out of the series. Guess it's a case of wait and see at the moment, unfortunately. We'll let you know if we hear anything though.
  • KidKatana - April 26, 2011 2:56 p.m.

    I've held off buying Desperate Struggle on the Wii cos I figured it would get ported to PS3 - what are the chances of this now that they're shoehorning that game's bosses into this version? Why not just release both games on a single disc rather than mashing the content together? Also, 10 levels cut from the original? Does that mean there are 10 new bosses to fight? I don't know why I expect anyone to know the answer to any of these questions, but advice would be appreciated.
  • Ricitor - April 26, 2011 2:50 p.m.

    Heroes Paradise was terrible. It was just playing the Wii version with a ps3 controller, they fixed nothing. Even the blood and new costumes are not worth suffering again.

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