No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Screens Surface

No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Screens Surface

Just yesterday we reported that No More Heroes would be making its way to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms over in Japan.  The once Wii-exclusive title, now with the title No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise, will be available on February 25 and feature high-definition graphics and Very Sweet Mode among other things.

A handful of images have just surfaced that depict the game’s graphical leap as it makes its way to the high-powered Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles.  Fans who played the original game on the Wii will immediately notice the technical upgrade to the graphics engine.  Character models are cleaner, have less jagged edges, and look a bit more detailed than they did on Nintendo’s current-gen console.  Additionally, the environments feature finer, crisper detail, and backgrounds are clearer.

As if the graphical overhaul wasn’t enough to entice gamers to purchase the game (and in some cases, purchase the game for the second time), those who preorder Heroes’ Paradise will receive a special bonus.  The special gift bonus is an erotica portrait depicting the game’s female characters.  Preorders for the Xbox 360 version will come with the Sweet Mango set, while preorders for the PlayStation 3 version of the game will come with the Sexy Cherry set.

Below are the images that surfaced from the high-definition version of the game, Japanese box art, and the two preorder bonus sets.  Be sure to check them out and give your thoughts on all of this No More Heroes business.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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