No More Heroes 2 videos: Now with more Poopie - destructoid

No More Heroes 2 videos: Now with more Poopie

11:00 AM on 12.16.2009

Jonathan Holmes

Editor-in-Chief

People frequently ask me the question "What's you're favorite line from the game No More Heroes 2?" I usually respond with "Poopie... Now I have the sad face." Then they say, "Don't get all cute with me guy, just tell me the line", so I say "POOPIE... NOW I HAVE THE SAD FACE!". Then we fist-fight.

That's the kind of random violence that No More Heroes inspires. Take these videos for example; the first features Travis repeatedly running a beam katana through a guy named Skelter Helter; a man who's first name is the same as his dead brother's last name. The next shows Travis's student (and maybe-girlfriend) Shinobu chopping up people with a katana, then wiping her sword... HARD. The last video shows a bunch of stuff, including a fat cat in action, a new in-game cute 'em up called Bizarre Jelly 5, and a sexy man in a purple jumpsuit blowing 8-bit kisses to Travis. Random. Violent.

If you want even more No More Heroes 2 fun, check the gallery for a gaggle of new pics, including a few that you wont see anywhere else (at least until someone "borrows" them from us). After you're done with that, come back for hands-on impressions of the game and an interview with No More Heroes creator Suda51. Both should hit later today, so stay tuned.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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Shinobu kills, wipes, gets jazzy

Fat cats, hard work, cute 'em up

 


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