Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has only been out in the wild for a few months, but director Goichi 'Suda51' Suda already appears to have one eye on the future.
In a recent interview with Gamereactor, the man behind the likes of No More Heroes and killer7 spoke about his feelings towards Switch as a console. We think it's pretty safe to say that he's a fan of Nintendo's latest creation, and he speaks of "doing more" with it in the future.
"I feel the Switch is awesome. It's basically *the* game console, you know, you can load it up, you can play games right away, they're showing a lot of support for indie games, which is really great. They just announced Cuphead, there's a lot of cool games coming out on it and it's really fun to play and I'm really looking forward to doing more with the Switch."
Elsewhere in the interview, Suda51 talks about how his studio, Grasshopper Manufacture, has returned to its roots with Travis Strikes Again, with a smaller team allowing him to "get into the finer details" of the game's creation. He says, "we're coming back to our roots as a sort of independent developer and I really feel that, right now, we have the best environment that we've had so far, and the best team that we've got so far, and things are going really great with Grasshopper."
All going well, then, we can probably expect more Grasshopper Manufacture games on Switch in the future. But what would you like to see from the studio? No More Heroes 3? Let us know in the comments below.