We've been hearing that Grasshopper's Wii-exclusive No More Heroes might eventually come to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in a fresh high-definition format, but there was nothing concrete…until now.
Well, at least as far as PS3 owners are concerned, the rumors were true: it has been confirmed that the Suda 51-developed, critically acclaimed game, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise , will release next year in North America for Sony's console. If you're not familiar, this is a game with super-stylized violence and the protagonist, Travis Touchdown, must rise through the ranks of the assassin's guild by taking out his competition. But of course, you can't have a bloody adventure with a bad-ass, uber-cool hero if there's no love interest; Travis hopes his feats of brutality will win him the heart of his unknown yet gorgeous benefactor. One utilized the motion-sensing controls on the Wii to play, so it shouldn't surprise you to learn the PS3 version will utilize the PlayStation Move. The developers will also toss in more bosses, enhanced AI, and an all-new Rebout mode, where players can battle previously defeated foes.
We'll let you know when they nail down a finalized launch date. This seems like a great addition to the growing Move library!
Related Game(s): No More Heroes