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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle [a] is an action-adventure hack and slash video game developed for the Wii video game system, the sequel to 's No More Heroes. The story of No More Heroes 2 No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma told through cutscenes following Travis' journey, interspersed with scenes of a woman at a peep show dictating the story's events to an unknown observer.
He has returned to Santa Destroy and fights Skelter Helter, who seeks revenge on Travis for killing his older brother Helter Skelter prior to the No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma game. After winning the battle, he meets Sylvia Christel, who informs him he is ranked as the 51st best assassin. The nearly-dead Skelter Helter interrupts them and warns Travis that he and his co-conspirators will still have their revenge.
The same night, a group of criminals kill Travis's best friend, Bishop, and throw Madame Helga - Various - Essential Glastonbury head through Travis's window in a paper bag.
Travis, seeking revenge, asks Sylvia to set up the next fight. Sylvia tells him that the one who ordered the killing was Jasper Batt, Jr. In the three years since, with No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma out of the picture, Pizza Bat successfully opened a headquarters in Santa Destroy and bought out practically every business in town. Travis resolves to climb to the ranks to get a chance for revenge on Jasper. Travis fights and defeats rap star Nathan Copeland.
He meets football star Charlie MacDonald and his cheerleaders, who transform into a giant mech called the Santa Death Parade. Travis defeats them in his own mech, the Glastonbury, built by Dr. Naomi and based on a mech from his favorite anime. He feels remorse for the cheerleaders, explaining that they were harmless, but backpedals after Sylvia offers to nullify his victory.
He also spares the optional challenger the only No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma to fight her is by going back to the motel after beating Charlie Kimmy Howell, commenting that he "can't kill a co-ed ".
He also begins to fight the supernaturalfacing Matt Helms and Cloe Walsh. Sylvia organizes a battle royale with twelve assassins, including Travis. Letz Shake kills all of the other assassins and when Travis enters the arena, Letz Shake reveals to him that he has frozen Henry in carbonite. After Travis rescues Henry, he meets Shinobu, who now idolizes him and calls him "Master".
Shinobu advances on Travis, but he turns her away because he feels "like the pervy teacher in a porno". Rejected, she steps out and does not return afterwards. Travis fights a grueling battle against Ryuji.
Travis No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma triumphantly after Ryuji concedes, but Sylvia kills him in cold blood, criticizing Travis for showing mercy. Henry, suffering from hibernation sickness, fights Mimmy a mixture of the anime girls and robots Travis watches in a nightmare before awakening. He reconciles with Travis and kills the next three assassins for him. Travis fights Margaret Moonlight, a gothic Lolitaand Captain Vladimir, a cosmonautand convinces Sylvia not to destroy the latter's body.
After defeating ascetic Alice Twilight, the penultimate assassin, he decides he is fed up with the ranked battles and the UAA.
He berates Sylvia, insisting that assassins are human and that they should not have to die for entertainment like its some kind of video game. He promises to tear down the UAA after defeating Jasper.
Sylvia arrives at Travis's motel room and sleeps with him, finally fulfilling her promise to have sex with him from the first game. Travis fights his way through the Pizza Bat headquarters to meet Jasper in his office.
Jasper reveals that he was seeking revenge for his father and two brothers, the previous Pizza Bat CEOs Travis killed in the first game. Henry enters and helps Travis defeat him. After defeating his second form, Jasper becomes a giant parade balloon, which Henry refuses to fight and destroys the High Cumberland Jubilee/ Comin Down Slow - Jimmy Buffett - Before The Beach with one swipe.
This final form is destroyed after Travis leaps out the office and slices it in half. Sylvia, riding Travis's motorcycle, catches him and drops him off at his motel. A scene after the credits reveals that the woman at the peep show is Sylvia, who took the job after the UAA's collapse, and that Travis himself has been listening to Sylvia's story about his exploits.
The two have a tearful reunion as Travis informs her that they need to return to Santa Destroy for an unknown purpose. The combat is similar to that of No More Heroeswith mechanics such as wrestling moves and deathblows returning. For example, the Peony is a large and heavy sword with a wide range, and the Rose Nasty consists of two beam katanas which Travis dual-wields. Shinobu can jump, and her section contains some platforming elements, while Henry has the ability of making a quick dash in all directions by using the B button on the No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma . The overworld from the first game is gone, and Travis no longer has to pay an entry fee to enter ranked battles, allowing the player to progress through the game more quickly.
The minigames that Travis can do to gain money and become stronger are 8-bit style games, in genres including action, puzzle, and racing. Another feature is a "Deathmatch" mode, allowing the player to replay any of the bosses once the game has been completed. Desperate Struggle was announced on October 8,where a teaser trailer for the game was shown at the Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, Japan.
The trailer provides little insight to the premise of the game, other than that the player will once again take control of Travis Touchdown. No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma No More Heroes' suit of pitting Travis against unique adversaries, the trailer sees Travis preparing to battle a woman fitted with a six-limbed jet pack.
Travis would be fighting for revenge, and that he had also become more serious about fighting than he was in the first title. Plans for a No More Heroes sequel were revealed shortly after the release of the first game, in a March 15, interview with Computer and Video Gameswhere Suda revealed he would be interested in No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma a No More Heroes 2 for the Wii, on the condition that the game sold well enough to convince its publishers.
Suda has stated that Melodia Em Fá Maior, Op. 3/1 - Various - On The Road - Piano Classics game incorporates a strong theme of revenge.
While he suggested the game would be more serious, he still wanted to maintain the game's sense of humor. He has also acknowledged the criticism that was made that the open world in the first game was less than satisfying, and hopes to add more detail this time around. Desperate Struggle was to be released in Europe in both "extreme" and mild formats, to appeal to European fans who were disappointed by the bloodless version of No More Heroes that was published in their region.
However, the mild version was skipped in favor of the original edition. An erotica comic was also included when preordering this No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma . IGN praised the game for its quirky sense of humor, stream-lined design of the play experience, numerous pop-culture references, humorous sexual innuendo, 8-bit minigames and impressive graphics.
Sales of No More Heroes 2 have been relatively poor. In a interview with Kotaku, Suda51 stated he had no intentions of doing a sequel, but he had a change of heart due to the strong sales of the original. He was quoted as saying "I think this is the last [ No More Heroes ] that is going to be developed on Wii. To expand [ No More Heroes ] to new possibilities, we need a new platform.
Wii is a great platform, but we've done everything we can with it now. It's completely finished in No More Heroes 2. In MarchSuda51 expressed his desire to create a third game in the series. He promises No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma make the game extremely violent and hopes the game will be released in the West. He also states that he hopes the game is successful since he has "over concepts for mobile games. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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