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Nov 21, 09 at 3:24am

No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise

No More Heroes, which got it's start on the Wii, will be getting a port to the Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles. No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise will be releasing in Japan on February 25th, 2010. No release date has been set for NA or Europe yet, but you can almost guarantee that an announcement will be made for it between now and February 25th of next year. All we know as of right now is that the game is looking for a publisher before it can target a release date in NA. According to Kotaku, Ubisoft passed up publishing the game.

Reported by, the Xbox 360 version of the game will be uncensored. No More Heroes on the Wii, instead of red blood, had black pixels instead. The upcoming Japanese versions of NMH: HP will also have black pixels, and so will the PS3 version when it eventually comes to North America. Apparently only the Xbox 360 version will feature red blood instead of black pixels.

In addition to the magazine scans, you can check out this link for some brand new screens.

Seems as if the first gameplay trailer has been leaked via The video itself looks pretty awesome, the graphics certainly look better than the graphics on the Wii version, and before it was announced that the Japanese version of this game was going to be censored, but judging by this video, it surely doesn't look censored.

You can view the video here.

Also, as far as I know, there's still no publisher to take on this game stateside. Latest news on it is the same as before - Ubisoft declined, so now Marvelous needs to find somebody else to publish.

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