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No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise moved to April in Japan


Looks like No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise has been pushed into April over in Japan for "various reasons".

Slated at one point for a February release, the Feelplus developed HD revamp may have been pushed into the next fiscal quarter in an effort to adjust Marvelous' financial report, suggests Siliconera.

Fate/extra and Harvest Moon: Twin’s Village were also pushed into the next fiscal quarter.

Marvelous sold 50 percent of its stock in Rising Star Games to Intergrow earlier in the month, due to lower than expected sales in the West and current market conditions; however, the latter still plans to continue publishing titles from the company.

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle was released on Wii in the US this month, with a European date to be announced.

When released in the spring, No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is slated for Xbox 360 and PS3.

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