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No More Heroes gets a free-to-play social mobile game


10:45 AM on 08.30.2012
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No More Heroes returns to your life as a free-to-play social mobile game. Something tells me that the unique blend of F2P, social gaming, and the mobile market isn't having NMH lovers jumping for joy. In fact it seems perfectly designed to draw in their hatred. 

No More Heroes World Ranker has players create their own assassin before taking on missions, fight other players, and climb the killer rankings. It's out now in Japan for Android and will come to iOS shortly. 

I leave you with Jonathan Holmes' sole reaction to this news:

"Poop."

Social No More Heroes Available for Android Today [andriasang]








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