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Here's what No More Heroes looks like as a mobile game


11:15 AM on 10.05.2011
Here's what No More Heroes looks like as a mobile game photo



Japan gets all the good stuff. As of today they're getting a No More Heroes mobile game. 

No More Heroes for Mobage was described as a "social assassin battle" at today's Marvelous AQL new title announcement. Andriasang says that it has direct controls one would expect of a smartphone game and cooperative and competitive play with other players. The game will also have new characters and weapons. That's all we have to go on right now.

Check out the two screenshots. I'd play it!

Here's what No More Heroes looks like as a mobile game photo
Here's what No More Heroes looks like as a mobile game photo





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