Xbox Japan has updated to reveal the first hot screens of No More Heroes: Hero's Paradise. These spicy-hot images reveal the graphical improvements that Travis Touchdown and his psychopathic friends will receive when they make the transition from Wii to HD consoles. Things are looking swanky.
There is a definite improvement, one that I'm sure won't be fully appreciated until we get to see it running on our own HDTVs. Even so, this is exciting stuff, and I can't wait to see this game get a second chance at selling. Here's hoping it gets the marketing it needs to reach the people who don't know they want this game yet.
Because they do want it.
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