Desperate Struggle improves on it's predecessor in pretty much every single way, a must have for Wii owners.
No More Heroes 2 fixes issues from the first game and improves on things we didn't know needed improving.
Its vibrant and unique personality transcends its limited gameplay and powers the game onto greatness
Travis and the UAA are back for another go, coated in blood and gore and plenty of off-beat humor and ultra-violence!
The saga of Travis Touchdown continues in another great action game. However, not everything is perfect.
No More Heroes 2 is unique, fun, and entertaining. Definitely worth a playthrough.
No More Heroes 2 improves on the original in almost every way, giving us one of the best beat-em'-up experiences around.
No More Heroes 2 is a worthy sequel to its cult classic predecessor, even with its minor yet annoying setbacks
I say masterpiece because Suda 51 has this game at an artistic level, I should know, I'm an art major.
No More Heroes 2 makes some much-needed improvements over the first, but also lacks the depth of its predecessor.
This game takes the cake for favorite Wii game.Enough said onto the review.
This sequel to No More Heroes is awesome but it does have a few flaws.
Once again style prevails over substance, but No More Heroes 2 is a definite improvement over the first, if a minor one.
I don't care if they improved the gameplay, the story for this game has two is sumed up in 3 words: The Story Sucks.
This improved sequel is more awesome than the awesome original.
Not only is it one of the Wii's only M-rated titles, it's also a brutal, intense action packed game in its own right.
If I ever made a video game this would be it.
Great use of the Wii remote for this gorey action game.Has a nice artstyle and good mature/dark story themes.
An amazing sequel to an amazing game!
This game is just as good as the first and fixes all that is wrong and makes it right.
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