Action adventure games are really fun to play at any time and even more if they revolve around a particular story line. No More Heroes, which was originally named only Heroes, has been developed mainly as a Wii supported game. The game has been directed by Goichi Suda and is not a sequel to his earlier game Killer7. While Killer7 had been maintaining its focus on the political issues this game, No More Heroes, focuses on the social issues.
The game that has been launched globally by March 2008 since its release in Japan, last December 2007 has been pretty well supported by the Wii game lovers. On being interviewed after the final launch Suda51 said that he would be very interested to make a sequel to this game for the Wii gaming system if given the opportunity.
The entire plot revolves around the character of Travis Touchdown, whom the gamer would have to control. It allows the gamer to move Travis either on his Motorcycle or simply on foot. Realistically the game includes facility of various part-time jobs by which Travis could earn some ready money and later on spend it on different needs including weapons, clothes, video tapes and also training sessions.
There are provisions of rankings also in this game and are provided by the character Silvia Christel, who also sets up fights for the Assassins. The other characters in the game include that of Doctor Naomi and Thunder Ryu, a weapons manufacturer and a former wrestler respectively. These characters help Travis to gain advantage and develop his skills, along with Lovikov, the drunken man who trains Travis new techniques to fight out his battles. Originally developed for the Xbox 360 the game seemed to suit the gaming structures of the Wii system better.