Everything IS awesome
We haven’t heard a peep from otaku assassin Travis Touchdown since he last graced our screens in 2010’s No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. Brainchild of enigmatic industry figure Goichi ‘Suda51’ Suda, Travis cut a stylish swathe through Wii’s catalogue of casual fodder. That same infectious energy is alive and well...
DLC seemingly on the way
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes by Grasshopper Manufacture is due out on 18th January 2019. Even though it's not being officially classed as the next mainline entry in the series, according to multiple website listings including Amazon and GameStop
It's happening, eventually
As we've already heard, Goichi "Suda51" Suda was out and about at this year's PAX West, promoting the upcoming Grasshopper Manufacture Switch release, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. In case you missed it, the game will launch on 18th January next year. Speaking to
A smart decision
The Nintendo Switch exclusive Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was recently given a launch date by Grasshopper Manufacture. Instead of its original 2018 arrival, the game will now release on 18th January next year. Speaking to
Travis promises to “come back to Moscow once they fix the font”
This weekend, Russian Nintendo fans were able to try out Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes — but they had to travel all the way to Moscow. Nintendo’s Russian branch had a booth at the Hinode Power Japan event, and, amongst other games, Suda51’s latest creation was...
"We want Travis to go on for many more years"
Goichi "Suda51" Suda is arguably one of Japan's most famous game developers, and has been behind some of the most unique and compelling Japanese games of the past few decades, including Killer7, The Silver Case and - of course - No More Heroes. This franchise - along with its mouthy hero Travis...
Keep an eye on those toilets
New information and gameplay segments from at the latest Nintendo Direct show progress is indeed going smoothly for Suda 51's upcoming Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Everyone's favourite Otaku will have to tackle seven different games - each with a unique boss - who were for the first time revealed during...
It’s not a sequel, but it’s not a spin-off either…
One of the best surprises from the recent Nintendo Nindies Showcase was that of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, a new entry in the popular action games from the days of the Wii. Though details on the new game have been relatively scarce, it’s more or less been assumed that this is No...
"For me, these indie creators are superstars"
PAX West 2017 has come and gone with plenty of exciting news for Nintendo Switch owners. Among the announcements was the reveal of the first trailer for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the latest title from Grasshopper Manufacture launching exclusively on Nintendo Switch in 2018. A lot was revealed...
Described as a 'raucous 3D action title'
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was arguably the biggest reveal of this week's Nindies Showcase, confirming the return of Suda51 as the game's director. Timed to coincide with the [email protected] event, more details and artwork have been revealed. Check out the official description and concept art...
First trailer makes its mark
Having previously announced its existence in the big Switch unveiling out of Japan at the start of the year, today's Nindie Showcase brought us a first look at Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, which will be a Switch exclusive in 2018. The premise is that Bat Girl's father tries to kill Travis Touchdown, but...
Plans to bring back popular characters
Suda51 is currently promoting a rather intriguing remaster on PS4 that's coming to the West - The Silver Case is a title that he originally created 17 years ago. When speaking to IGN on that, the iconic game creator was also asked about Nintendo Switch and its No More Heroes game, which was announced in January...
It's about time
Goichi "Suda 51" Suda took to the stage during Nintendo's Switch presentation to reveal that a No More Heroes sequel is coming to the new console. While he didn't have anything to show in terms of gameplay as the project is still very early in development, he did voice the opinion that Switch is an easy platform to create content...
More No More Heroes please
Were you a fan of Travis Touchdown's beam katana slashing action in No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle on the Wii? Both titles were interesting arrives on the system, with their adult humour and different censorship per region - the blood was edited out of the first game in Europe, for example. Series...
"That kind of motion is very Travis"
The Wii's incredible commercial success and unique control system ensured that the console received more than its fair share of third-party exclusives, with No More Heroes being one of the most notable early releases. Developed by Goichi "Suda51" Suda and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture, this insane 3D action...
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