Let's try this again, they said. It certainly looks like a good HD treatment of the original No More Heroes. I'm sold. You will be too when you look at the new box art and details on Red Zone, a follow-up of HMH: Heroes' Paradise.
Above you'll see a bit of the yummy PS3 (exclusive!) boxart. Check out the full image in our gallery. Speaking of yummy, this game is rated 18-and-up in Japan, says Andriasang. Maybe that has something to with the included product code for "Silvia's 18 Forbidden Pack." Interested? It has a "Forbidden View Mode" that lets you view all characters with a free camera. Like this. The pack also adds four Beam Katanas and four bike colors.
The box says that there's a new Boss Battle Mode in Red Zone, and it's compatible with network rankings. There's 10 new missions, five bosses from No More Heroes 2, and PlayStation Move compatibility. Sounds like a winner to me!
Japan gets No More Heroes: Red Zone for the bargain price of 3,990 yen (about $48).
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