Rising Star has announced the release date of its latest rendition of the No More Heroes franchise.
Like many gaming publishers, Rising Star knows when it is onto a good thing, so has released the latest version of its game No More Heroes.
Along with Bioshock 2 and Modern Warfare 2, a lot of publishers are deciding that new renditions of old games is the way to go.
No More Heroes 2 follows Travis Touchdown who now finds himself the 51st ranked assassin – placed at the bottom of the UAA (United Assassins Association) table. He has to fight his way back to the top, while seeking revenge for the murder of his best friend.
Developer Suda 51 is calling No More Heroes 2 the game he’s always wanted to make – playing on the original’s strengths – complete with smart storyline, refined combat (utilising two beam katanas) and characters, and red blood. Heaps of bright, red blood.