No More Heroes, With Way More Nudity

No More Heroes, With Way More Nudity
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Action game No More Heroes is getting an 18-years-old-and-up edition. What’s in the adult version? Adult things. (Yeah, this post is probably NSFW.)

Earlier this year, No More Heroes’ developer released a trailer for No More Heroes: Red Zone, a Move-enabled PS3 port of No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise.

The trailer showed a glimpse of the Red Zone‘s Viewer Mode, which showed a glimpse of obscured body parts. Here are Viewer Mode screencaps showing just how explicit this PS3 port gets. This game is 18-and-up for a reason!

No More Heroes: Red Zone will be out later this month in Japan.

『NO MORE HEROES RED ZONE Edition』ビューアモードがエロすぎ!まさに18禁! [チラシの裏でゲーム鈍報]


  • Actually, Red Zone edition is exactly the same version we got in PAL territory recently. It’s just that in Japan they got a really censored version last year, so when we finally got a normal, uncensored version in English speaking territory, they re-released it in Japan too and called it Red Zone Edition.

    So yeah, this is exactly the same as the version we’ve already got over here.

  • “Suda is a genius inventor who sells innovative, mature games with intelligent themes.” – The average Suda fan.

  • Not to keep pulverising a dead horse, but I have to laugh at the mentality behind this being an 18+ edition. Graphic violence? Sure go for it. Human body? Ooh only in the adults only one!

  • Yes, the 360 version released last year is region locked, because 360s are encrypted via disc drive. This means, it needs to read a specific type of disc, in this case, Japanese. The PS3’s is through the software, meaning, if the disc file is authorized, then it will play.

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