PlayStation Move support for "No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise" was already revealed for the game's European release. Grasshopper Manufacture's HD remake of "NMH" is getting a North American release as well, however, and Konami will be publishing the title here as a PlayStation 3 exclusive.
"Heroes' Paradise" will be out in the U.S. sometime in 2011, according to an announcement posted to the official PlayStation blog.
Travis Touchdown's first adventure in Santa Destroy makes a lot of sense as a Move selection, given that its controls were first designed to work with the Wii. Kinect support would have likely required a great deal more attention during the porting process than making the game work with Sony's snow-cone-shaped wand. Furthermore, charging your katana beam up on the Xbox 360 without a controller in your hand might look a little provocative to casual observers watching you from outside the room.
Anyhow, "Heroes' Paradise" will feature "Rebout Mode," which lets you re-challenge bested bosses and wasn't available on the Wii. There's also going to be a "Viewer Mode" included that gives you the option to revisit cuts scenes from points in the game that you've already passed through. If you've got a PS3 and never played "NMH" on the Wii, I really don't know why you wouldn't want to pick this up, unless of course you have delicate sensibilities; in that case, you'll probably want to stay away from Grasshopper titles in general.
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