Japanese PSVR Game ‘No Heroes Allowed! VR’ to See Western Release

Sony today announced that PSVR title No Heroes Allowed! VR (aka What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord?), a quirky Japanese real-time strategy game exclusively for PlayStation VR, will be making a Western debut this fall.

First announced at the Tokyo Game Show 2016, this little RTS lets you become a veritable God of Destruction, and together with the wise-cracking Badmen and Badmella you aim for world domination by raising a monster army to face the game’s little pint-sized heroes.

No Heroes Allowed! VR is created by Sony’s Japan Studio and game developer Aquire, and continues the tounge-in-cheek franchise following numerous No Heroes Allowed made available across a wide gamut of Sony devices.

According to Silicon Era, No Heroes Allowed! VR was first slated for a spring 2017 release, but was later pushed back to fall. No firm release date has been established for either Japanese or Western release at this time.

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