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No More Heroes 1 & 2 rated by the ESRB for the PC

It appears that both No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2 are coming to the PC, according to recent ESRB rates. After all, Marvelous Inc, publisher of these two games, has registered the game for Windows PC on ESRB.

No More Heroes 1 and 2 are action-adventure hack and slash games that originally came out on Nintendo Wii. In both of these games, players assume the role of a retired assassin, Travis Touchdown.

In No More Heroes, players are on a quest for vengeance against an assassin cabal. On the other hand, in its sequel, players will fight their way up the ranks in the United Assassin Association.

According to the ESRB ratings, players can use a retractable laser beam katana to slash, chop, impale, and dismember enemies in frenetic melee-style combat. In addition, there is more gore and violence in battles and cut-scenes.

My guess is that Marvelous will officially reveal these two PC versions in the coming months. After all, ESRB ratings are the most reliable sources for such leaks.

Stay tuned for more!

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