No More Heroes 2 is a truly stellar sequel to one of the Wii's most violent and stylish franchises. Its slick swordplay and groovy graphics have earned Suda51's latest brainchild rave reviews, and now The Hut are offering a truly stellar price. You'll only need to shell out £17.93 compared to MyMemory's £20.95, saving you £3 and bringing it bel0w the magical sub-twenty quid price bracket.
Suda51 is my favourite psychopath. Whilst his interviews paint a picture of a worrying and insane individual, there can be no doubt that his remarkable imagination delivers some fantastic games. No More Heroes 2 catapults Travis back into the glamorous and seedy world of assassination after his best mate gets bumped off- and he'll need to slaughter his way through dozens of goons and wannabes to reclaim his top spot and deliver some furious bloody vengeance.
A genuinely excellent sequel builds upon the strengths of its predecessor whilst learning from its mistakes- and No More Heroes 2 does just that. The trademark swordfighting is as beautiful, brutal and frenetic as ever, with a second beam katana allowing for even more ridiculously OTT combos and kills. However, the relatively weak and mundane open world elements of the original have been cast aside, instead replaced with 8-bit homages to classic games that'll earn you money and give retro fans a severe case of nostalgia.
More of the same... but better. That's what I want from a sequel, and No More Heroes 2 delivers.
Want to know more? Why not check out Matt's full review!