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Trailer-Gasm! No More Heroes 2

June 1st, 2010 by

Even the most ardent of Nintendo fanboys will find it hard to argue that if you want adult gaming you don’t really dust off your trusty Wii mote over your 360 or PS3 controller. However, that is not to say that Wii can’t do adult gaming and a number of  titles over the past few years have proved that point, none more so that 2008’s No More Heroes

In March 2008 Rising Star Games released No More Heroes, a game with a mature rating and a storyline to back it up, the game discussed murder, deceit, abuse and prostitution but always with its unique sense of humour. This week has seen the release of the sequel No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle.

Here at Trailer-Gasm! we have built up a katana stocked treasure chest of video goodness ranging from the weapons of No More Heroes 2 to the women, stopping only to take in Travis’ favourite TV show (if you felt a little dirty after watching it, don’t worry, so did I).

Anyway enough of my chatter, make sure you look out for Xero’s review of No More Heroes 2 coming up later on this week. Trailer-Gasm! will be back soon with another set of video loveliness so until then I’ll leave you with Travis and his weapons, women and Japanese anime.

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, Developer: Grasshopper Manufacture, Publisher: Rising Star Games

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