Taiwan’s age rating system has listed the original No More Heroes for the Nintendo Switch. This title was released on the Nintendo Wii in December 2007 and later came with graphics and content improvements to PS3 and Xbox 360 in Japan in 2010 as No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise; Of these two versions, the PS3 would only arrive in Spain in 2011.
Last summer Dengeki PlayStation magazine asked its creator Goichi “Suda 51” Suda if there were plans to bring any of its first two episodes back to current consoles -this media asked specifically for PS4- to which he replied that he was in talks with Marvelous Entertainment, owner of the rights, to make it happen. “Being positive, I hope we can make a good announcement.”
No More Heroes introduced us to Travis Touchdown, an anime fan who lived in the fictional city of Santa Destroy, California. After an unexpected event, Travis is forced to prove himself and defeat 10 outlandish assassins to become number 1 in the organization. In 2010 she launched No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Wii, and versions Heroes’ Paradise combining the history of the original missions discarded and five enemies of the sequel: Skelter Helter, Nathan Copeland, Kimmy Howell, Matt Helms, and Alice Twilight. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was recently released.
A preview of No More Heroes 3
Without a doubt, this release is intended to regain the fame of the license before No More Heroes 3, which is already in development for the Nintendo Switch. We know little about the title and the first gameplay video trolled fans, as Suda always appeared above the image. Announced at E3 2019, we know that Travis will have to save the world from an alien invasion. The lead developer team will return, with Yusuke Kozaki again as lead character designer, Nobuaki Kaneko on the soundtrack, and Robin Atkin Downes reprising the lead.