It looks like No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle could be making their way to PC. Both games appeared for the platform on the Entertainment Software Rating Board’s website (via Gematsu). The original No More Heroes first released on the Wii way back in 2007. The sequel, No More Heroes 2: Desperate
No More Heroes 3 is now deep in development. The game was announced at E3 last year and has since been shown off by creator Suda51 in the sneakiest of manners. Aside from the brief glimpse of the game though, No More Heroes 3 news has been slightly hard to come by recently. In lieu
During today’s New Game+ Expo, famed Japanese developer Goichi “Suda51” Suda appeared to kick off the show and provide an intro for the games that were slated to be revealed. While not there to explicitly promote his own work, some new footage from the upcoming No More Heroes 3 did make a debut…just not how you
Another online initiative has appeared to help show off upcoming games in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and E3’s resulting cancellation. The New Game+ Expo (NGPX) was unveiled Wednesday and will showcase the work of a number of developers and publishers from around the world, more specifically from the eastern side of the globe.
For months now, Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi “Suda51” Suda has been teasing that he’ll have an announcement to make at E3 2019, and now that the show is upon us, those teases have continued. Suda51 took to Twitter last night and shared a very simple message with fans that just said, “go to E3.” Along with
After launching Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes earlier in 2019, game director Goichi “Suda51” Suda is planning on making a new announcement of sorts later in May at MomoCon 2019. This news comes by way of Destructoid who received confirmation from MomoCon that the famed game creator will be in attendance at the show to
Suda51 is passionate about the No More Heroes franchise (understatement of the year, I know) and during an interview at the recently passed GDC, he revealed a little hint of exciting news possibly regarding the third installment of the series: No More Heroes 3. Editor’s Note: Be warned, some spoilers for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes can
Have you been locked out of Suda51’s classic action-adventure game killer7? NIS America has your back, with a new update for the Steam version adding English subtitles to the game. This new addition to the game will surely win over many who feel lost with the games original layout. The news went live via a Steam community
While last week may have just seen the launch of several remasters, game releases will start to kick into full gear this week. Despite still being early in the year, we can expect titles from Capcom, Nintendo, and Bandai Namco Entertainment this week, all of which were heavily requested by fans. After starting on January
One week away until the release of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and Nintendo Minute shows off the game’s revamped gameplay. During the segment, the hosts play as Travis and Badman, focusing on the co-op feature of the game. The video starts out actually in the shop to show off the cool indie game shirts
Today is the birthday of Goichi “Suda51” Suda, which normally wouldn’t be worth mentioning on its own merits, but this date happens to be a special one for the famed video game creator. As of now, Suda51 is now as old as his name. Yes, today is the 51st birthday of Suda51 which means that
Today, Famitsu’s official Youtube channel streamed Grasshopper Manufacture director Goichi Suda, playing his upcoming Switch exclusive, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Suda51 played the game for a good fifteen minutes in co-op mode. We got to see another stage of the game and a boss battle. You can watch the gameplay below. Incidentally, Suda51 also shared that he quite
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is the latest game from the much-beloved director Goichi “Suda51” Suda that features the return of the titular character Travis Touchdown. After over a decade away from leading a No More Heroes project, Suda51 has returned to one of his most popular franchises, but this time is putting a bit of a
During GDC 2018, we had the opportunity to play Suda51’s upcoming action title, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, coming to Nintendo Switch. The gameplay mimics much of the fast action that No More Heroes fans are used to, including the recharging feature that requires the player to shake the controller in a suggestive up and down motion.
It seems like we always hear of the dreaded online servers of digital video games closing down and resorting to the loss of these games forever (R.I.P. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game). Recently, many companies have been stepping up to make sure that these digital-only games don’t suffer this fate, such as the
In the last two weeks, Goichi Suda (aka “Suda51”) formally revealed the next project that he and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture are working on, and as hinted at earlier in the year, it is of course the next title in the No More Heroes franchise. The Switch-exclusive game, which is called Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, once