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Here's the No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise opening


11:40 AM on 03.19.2010



I guess it's safe to say that I'm a masochist at this point. I continue to look at anything No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise knowing full well that the game may not hit American shores. Still, Travis Touchdown is my hero and I must share this with you, even though it hurts.

The video above is the opening to Heroes' Paradise, which SURPRISE, is the exact same intro as the original Wii version. Except, you know, in HD. Also, there's a sexy picture in the gallery of some of the girls from No More Heroes for you to touch yourselves to you sick f*cks.

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise will be out on April 15 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan.

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise Opening [All Games Beta]

Here's the No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise opening photo





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