Probably not, but if it ever did happen I'm guessing the end result would be something like No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, a game full of personality, humor, charm and over-the-top violence that suffers a slew of technical issues.
Trivia: When in Travis' home, if you look closely, you'll see he owns a Sega Genesis, complete with a Sega CD and a 32X, that's a pretty neat touch
- Sandbox mode offers nice variety
- Some of the bosses are pretty cheap as well
- Despite the variety it brings, sandbox mode is a little underdeveloped
Opening the case you'll find the blu-ray with an equally attractive artwork on it and a very promising manual shaped like a comic book, but again, the like game itself when you actually get into it, it doesn't quite deliver what it seems to promise, yes, there are comic book panels, but only four pages of them, the rest are instructions on how to play the game, nothing too ground breaking but still nice to have, thankfully the pages are nicely colored and a many of them feature more artwork from the game.