No Heroes Allowed! VR's Western Release Announced by Sony; Gets Screenshots and Trailer
Sony reveals that No Heroes Allowed! VR is coming west with a new trailer and a batch of screenshots.
After Sony Interactive Entertainment’s press conference at E3 2017, the house of PlayStation keeps delivering more announcements, and this time around it’s the western localization of No Heroes Allowed! VR.
No Heroes Allowed! VR is the PlayStation VR spin-off of the franchise started with Acquire’s What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord? for PSP. It’s being developed exclusively for PlayStation VR by Acquire itself in collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio.
While at the moment the game doesn’t have a western release date (it will launch in Japan this fall), at least we know it’s coming, and the press release included a nice recap of the game’s features.
Become the God of Destruction in a unique real time strategy game utilizing PS VR. Breed monsters to invade human territories, seen in a diorama-like view through the eyes of the God of Destruction. Together with Badman and Badmella, work towards total world domination.
Begin your quest by raising monsters and using them to invade human territories, vanquish the defending heroes and bring the human bases under your control. As a God, the player must maintain an ecosystem through a food chain of breeding weaker monsters to feed invading monsters. The player can interfere with this chain of life and death to raise monsters however they like in their attempts to conquer the world.
- Enjoy a new take on real time strategy from the expansive view of a god, in a unique VR experience that opens up before your eyes in a diorama-like view.
- Subjugate Monsters and Achieve World Domination! – Breed monsters and employ them to invade the human territories.
- The Tides of Battle – Use your divine powers to take care of the monsters under your dominion. A careless God of Destruction will leave the world vulnerable to heroes that will defeat your monsters and take their lands back.
You can check out the screenshots and the trailer below. The video is the same released in Japan last week, but with English subtitles added. Incidentally, in Japan the title is slightly different (and a bit more creative): V! No Heroes Allowed! R.