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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle’s Wii Nintendo Channel Data Debut

March 9, 2010
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle’s 
Wii Nintendo Channel Data, Amazon.com Sale Rank, and GameRankings.com Review Score Average
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Number of Players Reporting Data:
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle debuts this week with approximately 4,806 players reporting their data on the Wii’s Nintendo Channel.
“Total” Game-Play Hours Reported:
No More Heroes 2 has 56,281 Total Hours reported for its debut.
Amazon.com Sale Rank:
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle‘s Amazon.com sale rank is currently #696 and its current selling price is $46.99.
GameRankings.com‘s Review Score Average:
No More Heroes 2’s review score average is 85.91% based on 33 reviews.
Now for a comparison, take a look at how the original No More Heroes is doing:
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Number of Players Reporting Data:
No More Heroes has approximately 147,072 players reporting data on the Nintendo Channel, an increase of 719 more players than last week.
“Total” Game-Play Hours Reported/Increased:
No More Heroes has 1,761,827 Total Hours reported this week, an increase of 8,419 hours over last week.
Amazon.com Sale Rank:
No More Heroes‘ Amazon.com sale rank is currently #1,596 and its current advertised selling price is $81.97.
GameRankings.com‘s Review Score Average:
No More Heroes‘ review score average is 82.56% based on 62 reviews.
Thoughts:
It’s interesting to me that No More Heroes 2 took 41 days to debut on the Wii’s Nintendo Channel, and it’s barely over the 50,000 hours mark.
I guess I’m surprised because I thought the game was highly anticipated and that it would debut quicker than it has.
I do think that looking at the original No More Heroes’ numbers show that there is a great possibility for this game to end up doing well.
Perhaps No More Heroes 2 will end up being another “slow burn” title on the Wii.
Questions:
Have you played either or both of these games?  If so, do you think they’re worth a buy or a rent?
I’m honestly not interested in either of them, but I do find it interesting the following that Suda 51 and his games seem to have.
If you’re interested in either of these games, you can see some new and used prices for them on Amazon.com right here:
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No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle’s Wii Nintendo Channel Data Debut

March 9, 2010
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle’s 
Wii Nintendo Channel Data, Amazon.com Sale Rank, and GameRankings.com Review Score Average
(click image to enlarge)

Number of Players Reporting Data:
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle debuts this week with approximately 4,806 players reporting their data on the Wii’s Nintendo Channel.
“Total” Game-Play Hours Reported:
No More Heroes 2 has 56,281 Total Hours reported for its debut.
Amazon.com Sale Rank:
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle‘s Amazon.com sale rank is currently #696 and its current selling price is $46.99.
GameRankings.com‘s Review Score Average:
No More Heroes 2’s review score average is 85.91% based on 33 reviews.
Now for a comparison, take a look at how the original No More Heroes is doing:
(click image to enlarge)

Number of Players Reporting Data:
No More Heroes has approximately 147,072 players reporting data on the Nintendo Channel, an increase of 719 more players than last week.
“Total” Game-Play Hours Reported/Increased:
No More Heroes has 1,761,827 Total Hours reported this week, an increase of 8,419 hours over last week.
Amazon.com Sale Rank:
No More Heroes‘ Amazon.com sale rank is currently #1,596 and its current advertised selling price is $81.97.
GameRankings.com‘s Review Score Average:
No More Heroes‘ review score average is 82.56% based on 62 reviews.
Thoughts:
It’s interesting to me that No More Heroes 2 took 41 days to debut on the Wii’s Nintendo Channel, and it’s barely over the 50,000 hours mark.
I guess I’m surprised because I thought the game was highly anticipated and that it would debut quicker than it has.
I do think that looking at the original No More Heroes’ numbers show that there is a great possibility for this game to end up doing well.
Perhaps No More Heroes 2 will end up being another “slow burn” title on the Wii.
Questions:
Have you played either or both of these games?  If so, do you think they’re worth a buy or a rent?
I’m honestly not interested in either of them, but I do find it interesting the following that Suda 51 and his games seem to have.
If you’re interested in either of these games, you can see some new and used prices for them on Amazon.com right here: