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A Dtoider won that No More Heroes 2 t-shirt contest!

Feb 11 // Jonathan Holmes

I've been sitting on this info for a little while, waiting to get a proper screen grab of the two winning t-shirts in action, but my screen grabbing equipment sucks and I can't wait any longer.

So here there are, the two winners of the No More Heroes 2 t-shirt design contest. Both contestants have had their entries programmed into the game, and are among some of the best clothes Travis Touchdown (badass) can buy. The first, "Portable Saving!" is take on the No More Heroes poop/save game/game creation metaphor that series creator Suda51 has been ranting about for years now. The second, "Red Rocket" is just some stylish, phallic fun. Out of the two, I personally prefer Red Rocket. I've killed more than a few of the game's bosses wearing the thing.

It's still not clear on who created the "Portable Saving!" shirt, though I believe it was one of the contestants from Japan. I do know who created the "Red Rocket" design; it's Drew Needham, graphic designer and member of the Dtoid community.

So congratulations, Drew! I'm super jealous.

[image provided by brokemycontroller.com]


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