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June 11, 2019

‘No More Heroes III’ pulls Travis into the garden of madness next year

No More Heroes III is heading to Nintendo Switch in 2020, starring charismatic, homicidal nerd Travis Touchdown and, most likely, a lot of hacking and slashing. The first look at the game featured Travis cutting his way through enemies in slick, flyi…
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January 18, 2019

Travis Strikes Again’s Ending Hints At The Future Of No More Heroes 

The final sequences of Travis Strikes Again have some interesting twists for fans of Grasshopper Manufacture’s games who might want to know what’s coming next from Goichi Suda’s studio. If you want to experience them for yourself, read no further! If you’d rather get spoiled, this is for you.

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January 16, 2019

Travis Strikes Again review: Switch may already have its weirdest game of 2019

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Have you heard of video game developer Goichi Suda, better known to fans as Suda51? If so, you’re likely familiar with his brand of weird games, from Western cult classics Killer 7 and No More Heroes to decidedly Japanese visual novels like The Silver Case.

But Suda51 has mostly lingered on the edges of the Western game industry, in part because his biggest games didn’t attract huge audiences here. One big reason is that his best fare on the GameCube and Wii targeted older gamers, who were arguably too busy playing PlayStation and Xbox consoles during those eras to notice. [...]

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January 16, 2019

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes: The Kotaku Review

Goichi “Suda51" Suda loves video games.

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