Rising Star's trumpeted a 28th May release date for No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle.

The sequel's exclusive to Wii and follows assassin-hero Travis Touchdown as he again climbs the United Assassin's Association league to avenge a murdered friend.

This time, however, there are more and tougher bosses; extra weapons (including a dual-beam katana); wrestling moves and a Tiger metamorphosis.

Travis's twin brother Henry will be playable this time, as will Travis's protege Shinobu Jacobs. Plus, there are 8-bit-style mini-games, side jobs and a 2D map.

We imported No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle in February and delivered our verdict. Catch it and the explanation in Eurogamer's No More Heroes 2 review.

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