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No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise (PS3)

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise (PS3)
alaScore 88

60 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 60 reviews of No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise (PS3). The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Reviews about the action and controls are generally positive. The graphics and story also get good comments.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Christopher McNally (brashgames.co.uk)

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise – PS3 Review

 

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise – PS3 ReviewPosted on June 4, 2011 | No CommentsIt's time to shine up that Katana and turn yourself into the Worlds Number One Assassin!

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise is an interesting game to play because it relies heavily on its strengths and craziness to pull you in. There are some obvious flaws as highlighted earlier but in essence No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise is an enjoyable...

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : evilgiraffeman (gameon.co.uk)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise PS3 Review

 

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise is a “different” game which is best described as a “cult” experience. From the unusual, creative mind of Suda51 this enhanced remake is unusual, never takes itself too seriously and is home to more lunacy than a...

Enjoyable hack and slash gameplay ; Unique and bizarre characters and story ; Improved visuals and extra content

Terrible collision detection ; Repetetive gameplay and sandbox elements ; An aquired taste that won't be for everyone

Jul, 2011

Expert review by : fenr1c (gamesxtreme.net)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

 

Games Xtreme enters the hitman world once again, this time with the aim of becoming the top hitman in the world.

I would not urge anyone to buy this. Sorry but that's the bottom line as I see it.

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Matt Kline (darkzero.co.uk)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (PS3) review

 

After winning a bid for a beam katana on an online auction site, Travis Touchdown fancies himself as the world's greatest assassin. I don?t blame him; a name like that is destined for fame and glory. Curiously, both he and his tenfold opposition all...

No More Heroes is still a great game, if a little inconsistent; dozens of inspired moments with the dullest sandbox world yet produced as the hub, sacrificing fun for drudgery, yet somehow getting away with it, a fast-paced action game, coupled with a...

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Simon Wigham (consoleob.com)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise PS3 Review

 

No More Heroes was first released on the Wii and, because of its unusually adult tone for the format and it being amongst a cheerful Italian cartoon plumber, an elf and such, it looked as if it was a bit lost on the console. No More Heroes: Heroes'...

No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is the definitive version of the game, possessing all that made the Wii release great and more, but also sadly all of the same issues too, which is all the more jarring when you consider that there’s a host of new...

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Sebastian Williamson (empireonline.com)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

 

Punk, it seems, is far from dead - at least according to the belated arrival of maestro of mad Suda51’s hi-def rejig of No More Heroes. Subtitled Heroes' Paradise, this PlayStation Move-enabled slicer and dicer puts you in control of Travis...

May, 2011

Expert review by (realmofgaming.com)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

 

Travis Touchdown is a jerk.

Sep, 2011

Expert review by : Bob Mackey (1up.com)

Review: No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise Will Make You Think Your PS3 Is Broken

 

Finicky Move support and an inexcusable frame rate will send you running back to the Wii.

I'm not going to lie: I really liked the first No More Heroes -- and anyway, that would be a pretty dumb thing to lie about. I've always been a cautiously optimistic fan of Suda 51; in fact, it's become a cliche to remark that he makes bizarre games...

Aug, 2011

Expert review by (gamepro.com)

Review: No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (PS3)

 

This re-skinned re-release is much prettier than its predecessor and packs the same brand of perverse fun, but it's tough to overlook its technical troubles and open-world annoyances.

Outstanding style; entertaining narrative; combat is gory good fun

Glitchy visuals; noticeable slowdown; part-time grind is still a chore; open world is a hassle to traverse

Aug, 2011

Expert review by : Jack DeVries (gear.ign.com)

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise Review

 

Travis Touchdown returns on the PS3 to kill a whole ton of people in the bloodiest, most over the top way possible.

For everyone who already played No More Heroes on the Wii, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise probably doesn't offer enough to merit a replay on PS3. But for all of you who never played it the first time around, go get Heroes' Paradise. Seriously, like,...

Aug, 2011