No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either! may not be a name most gamers are familiar with, but that doesn't change the fact that it's available now and free-to-play. That on its own should be plenty of reason for PS Vita owners to check the game out. Luckily, there's more excitement to discover. No Heroes Allowed is a match-3 style puzzle game where the player takes on the role of God of Destruction in order to slaughter invading heroes. Interest piqued!
Obviously the God of Destruction has his work cut out for him, given that his game is titled No Heroes, No Puzzles and it appears that those things are everywhere. It's also ironic that the God of Destruction, once defeating a hero, collects them! Ah, it's best not to question the gods. With 64 levels of match-3 gaming and 200 heroes to collect, there should be plenty of time for players to consider the meaning behind the title of the game as they play it.
Unfortunately that's where my knowledge about No Heroes Allowed runs empty. Naturally, gamers should be skeptical about any free-to-play game and whether or not microtransactions will inhibit and furhter ruin the experience. It's noted that No Heroes Allowed does include the option to purchase health boosts, recovery time, attack potency and increases for monster and hero inventories. That sounds like a lot of crap I'd prefer not to be locked behind a pay wall.
Free to play is hard to argue with, however, and the fact that it's available on the PS Vita of all platforms is intriguing to say the least. Check out No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either! today and report back. Let's see if this PS Vita exclusive is worth investing time into. It certainly seemed worth writing this post for.