ESRB: No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise has 'buttocks' - destructoid

ESRB: No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise has 'buttocks'

1:40 PM on 04.29.2011

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

We recently told you that the upcoming Japanese release No More Heroes: Red Zone has something called a "Forbidden View Mode" that lets you look at characters witha free-moving camera. Perv cam, it sounds like. 

Maybe we're getting something similar in our NMH release, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise. A new ESRB write-up on the game says that there's a viewer mode where a woman's buttocks are fully exposed. Heh. They said "buttocks." This comes direct from the summary:

In a Character Viewer mode, a woman’s buttocks is fully exposed.

We're not sure if this viewer mode is the same as Red Zone's Forbidden View Mode, but it sounds just about as horny. I think we'll be okay, though. Tak Fuji, the Heroes' Paradise localization producer, recently tweeted about the differences between the two games. He says that he won't let us down

No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Has Red Zone Edition’s Racy Character Viewer Mode [Siliconera]


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