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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii)
alaScore 94

157 reviews

Feb, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 157 reviews of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii). The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People really like the usability and price. The gameplay and design are also mentioned favorably.

story, design, gameplay, price, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Calum Peak (cubed3.com)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

 

Goichi Suda and Grasshopper's No More Heroes was revered as one of the best quirky third party games to hit the Wii back in 2008. Since the ending of the first iteration, fans have been screaming for more Travis Touchdown, more epic boss battles and,...

No More Heroes 2 is definitely a title to pick up especially at its cheap price point. The bosses are mad, wacky and intuitive whilst the fighting still remains fresh. The level design has much improved with areas spanning more locations. The first...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by: D+PAD Staff (dpadmagazine.com)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

 

No More Heroes 2 is about, well, something, but you'd probably need a direct line into barmy director Suda 51's cerebral lobes to have even the slightest inkling of what the point might be.

It’s clearly an overblown production, revelling in sex, hyperviolence and (quite literally) toilet humour. There are noticeable highs and lows to the script, with some jokes working and others falling flat, but the solid combat engine running through...

Jun, 2010

Expert review by: Sebastian Williamson (empireonline.com)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (2010)

 

Prince of punk, Travis Touchdown, returns this month in the ludicrously playable, insanely unpredictable two-fingered salute to Christ knows what. Sprung from the mind of a gaming madman, Suda 51, Desperate Struggle packs more style, lewder humour, and...

May, 2010

Expert review by: (officialnintendomagazine.co.uk)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle review

 

Suda's sequel scores a well-earned Touchdown

May, 2010

Technical Merit

Expert review by: games™ Magazine (nowgamer.com)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Import) (Wii) review

 

Actually not a DS game, as the title might have you believe...

Those gamers will have definitely played the first No More Heroes, of course, which arguably makes a sequel rather redundant. Perhaps this is why Grasshopper saw fit to overhaul the game so completely, creating as many problems as have been fixed along...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by: Simon Parkin (eurogamer.net)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review | Wii

 

Beaming.

Nathan Copeland, a 7-foot African-Irish breakdancer voiced by the bastard child of Liam Neeson and Samuel L. Jackson, slouches heavy on a leather couch. He is framed centre of a widescreen window in an office apartment at the top of a skyscraper in...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by: Ryan Davis (giantbomb.com)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

 

Grasshopper Manufacture punches you square in the nose with this double-live gonzo action sequel that's leaner, faster, and--in a feat that borders on the impossible--crazier than the original No More Heroes.

Feb, 2010

Expert review by: Lark Anderson (gamespot.co.uk)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

 

Outrageously irreverent, eccentric, and self-aware, No More Heroes 2 is a giant robot full of fun.

Remarkably fun and interactive combat system ; Excellent use of motion controls ; Plenty of side jobs and minigames to keep you entertained ; Story, characters, and world ooze with style ; Some of the best graphics on the Wii

Camera troubles ruin the fun ; Assassins aren't very well fleshed out

Jan, 2010

Expert review by: Luke Guttridge (play.tm)

No More Heroes

 

Describing No More Heroes in a sentence, or even a paragraph, is like trying to sum up the works of Shakespeare simply by saying he was a man that lived a long time ago, and quite liked writing. That said, the latest offering from Grasshopper and the...

Minor flaws aside, the Wii clearly needs more games of No More Heroes' calibre, and No More Heroes, like Killer 7 before it, clearly demonstrates why the gaming landscape would be a more barren place were it not for Suda-51's sporadic and occasionally...

Aug, 2008

Expert review by: Martin Murphy (gamebosh.com)

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review

 

Travis Touchdown may not be the coolest looking guy in video games. In fact - using a stereotypical eye - with silly hair and glasses he could easily be seen as the one playing video games, not starring in one (raises flame shield). However, give this...

Excellent visuals ; Creative style ; Awesome boss fights ; New weapons and finishing moves ; Simple and effective combat ; New characters ; Free roaming has gone

Unnecessary bad language ; 2D mini games become tiresome ; Some may miss the bike travel

With no free roaming, varied and fun boss fights, new playable characters, more weapons and finishing moves, No More Heroes 2 is far more fun to play that its predecessor. It stands out with its creative style and unique visuals as one of the best...

Product Specifications

Product properties

Developer:Grasshopper Manufacture
Genre:Action Adventure
Miscellaneous:Publisher: Ubisoft
No. Of Offline Players:1
Other Names:No More Heroes 2, No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle