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No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise on PS3 includes bosses from No More Heroes 2

Those "additional boss characters" added to the Western PS3 release of No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise? "All of the additional bosses in the game are from No More Heroes 2," Konami's Tak Fuji told GameSugar, "making this much more than just the original Wii game." That's welcome news for people...

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No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise will be PS3-exclusive in North America

Two months after Konami announced that it had picked up the PS3 publishing rights for No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise in Europe -- with added PlayStation Move controls -- the publisher has revealed plans to release the same HD port in North America. Heroes' Paradise is a high-definition version...

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No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, now with PlayStation Move icons

European PS3 owners can look forward to playing No More Heroes in HD, with Move controls, courtesy of Konami. Those of us in North America, so far, can only look forward to importing No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, as the publisher hasn't made any announcements regarding the title. The screens...

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Konami releasing No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise on PS3 in Europe, with Move support

Konami Europe has picked up the rights to No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, the Feelplus-developed HD port of No More Heroes -- but seemingly just the PS3 version and not the Xbox 360 release. To make the news even more baffling, Konami is adding PlayStation Move support. That's right, the motion...

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Marvelous profits in fiscal Q1 -- by cutting back on game releases

Marvelous Entertainment has, in the recent past, been reporting disappointing earnings. Well, not even "earnings." Losses. To combat those losses, the company reduced its slate for fiscal 2011, a strategy that appears to have worked. In its last fiscal quarter (which ended June 30), Marvelous's...

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Marvelous focuses on PSP development in fiscal 2011

It shouldn't come as much of a surprise, given the company's recent executive pay cuts and low sales figures, that Marvelous Entertainment is looking to cut costs in fiscal 2011 by reducing its lineup of games slightly. Siliconera points out a slide from the company's latest earnings report...

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No More Heroes remakes outsold the original by a little

We're not going to say that No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise is a hit, but those of us in constant fear of Marvelous running out of money can breathe a sigh of relief, as the remake has brought a little cash in (more considering that the game is a port and therefore probably less expensive to...

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No More Heroes: Wii vs. Xbox 360

No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise was released in Japan last week, allowing the site PS360 to set to work comparing the new HD version (in this case the Xbox 360 release), ported by Feelplus, to the Wii original. After the break, you can see the intro to both versions, presented in split-screen. We...

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New trailer for No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise adds to our frustration

Other than providing a more specific April release date of the 15th (in Japan at least), the latest trailer for No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise which we've dropped after the break does little but fill us with frustration. First and foremost, we don't have any idea what it says because the whole...

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No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise delayed in Japan

Japan is currently in the midst of a No More Heroes drought. Not only has Marvelous yet to give a release date to No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (which is out this week in North America!), the publisher has also announced a delay for the PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 port of the original game, called...

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