Half-Minute Hero 2 Localization in the Hands of Fans

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

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Half-Minute Hero 2

Want the sequel to the cult PSP hit known as Half-Minute Hero to reach US shores? Well let the folks over at Marvelous know your decision. Recently on twitter, Marvelous Entertainment asked the simple question, “Do you want Half-Minute Hero 2 in the West?”. The tweet also contained a link to a survey and asked for people to spread the word. If you want to let your voice be heard, then mosey on over here to vote on the fate of the sequel’s localization.

Half-Minute Hero 2 was released in Japan in 2011 and is a sequel to the cult classic RPG that was released in 2009 in the PSP. The games are known for their short and fast-paced levels which, in connection with the title, gives players only 30 seconds to complete the task that was given to them. The first game has players take control of five different characters in different modes of gameplay ranging from Action-RPG to RTS to Shooter. The second game removes the alternate characters and instead offers five different modes for the Hero character. The first game saw an updated HD re-release on the Xbox Live Arcade, titled Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax, released in 2011.

Want the game to come to shores or do 30-second levels drove you nuts? Let us know in the comments section.