I'm so frickin' jealous of all of you that will be at PAX 2009 this weekend. Unfortunately, one of my stupid friends decided to get stupid-married and I'll be at his stupid-wedding in NYC next Saturday, when instead I should be living out my dream of being one of the first to play No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle.
The original game is one of my all time favorites. It works as both a mindless beat 'em up, a deep analysis of the modern American gamer, and a laugh-out-loud comedy all at once. Still, the title had its flaws, though none that couldn't have been fixed with a little extra time and money. Looks like NMH:DS has benefited from more of both. The game looks a lot prettier, and promises to play a lot better than the original did... and I wont be playing it this weekend because two stupid people are in "love".
Well, at least I have you, Dtoid. Will you guys play it for me and Cblog about your time with the game? After my nearly two years of playing videogames on your behalf at events like E3 and Comic Con, it's the least you can do for me.
Thanks in advance.
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