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Warning: Japanese No More Heroes ad may make you vigorously shake your sword


11:25 AM on 12.05.2007
Warning: Japanese No More Heroes ad may make you vigorously shake your sword photo



If you ever had doubts that No More Heroes' vertical Wii Remote shaking beam saber recharge gestures were intentionally created to mimic masturbation motions, then this new two page print advertisement from Japan might change your mind.

Go Nintendo has a scan of this ad, in which you'll see that our hero, Travis, just happens to be "recharging his beam saber" on the same beach where a topless Sylvia Christel is sunbathing. 

Perhaps the full-sized scan can help you recharge your own beam saber. Unknown, Arrogant, and Amazing.






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