Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Gets First Gameplay Trailer - VGChartz
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Gets First Gameplay Trailer

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Gets First Gameplay Trailer - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 08 March 2018 / 1,653 Views

Grasshopper Manufacture during the Nintendo Direct today showed off the first gameplay footage of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes.

View it below:

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will launch for the Nintendo Switch in 2018.

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Hiku (on 09 March 2018)

The action and perspective appears quite different from the previous games. I also wonder if this one is open world like the other games. I rather enjoyed goofing around in Travis' apartment, and getting from one part of town to another with his motorcycle. (Although the controls could have been better.)

Masked_Muchaco (on 09 March 2018)

I think remastering the first two games and releasing both in a single pack on the Switch, like Platinum did with Bayonetta, would be a better way to garner more interest to the No More Heroes franchise.

reviniente (on 08 March 2018)

I'm glad the people at Grasshopper are keeping themselves busy.

xMetroid (on 08 March 2018)

Guys jesus have you even paid attention. The trailer was showing off the mini games but they said "oh did i mention the brand new adventure mode" and we got some shots of it. This is a sequel its just that the trailer focused on what options tou get to play and the amount of content.

Mr Puggsly (on 08 March 2018)

The adventure mode could be a relatively simple story feature. That does not mean it will be something at par with the previous games.

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xMetroid (on 09 March 2018)

Well we don't know about that and still the game doesn't have a release date. They maybe didn't want to show the main story since it's maybe not done or they haven't finished the part they want to show.

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Mr Puggsly (on 09 March 2018)

Based on what they're showing its a top down action game. In the beginning of the trailer it's evident there making a retro-ish experience. Your expectations are high given what they've shown this game to be.

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Masked_Muchaco (on 09 March 2018)

Suda51 already said this game isn't NMH3, so I don't know what people were expecting.

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EspadaGrim (on 08 March 2018)

Wow so it's just a collection of mini games and not a true sequel, Lame. I wanted a Character action game.

Mr Puggsly (on 08 March 2018)

Huh, looks like they just made a retro-ish game. Not a successor to the Wii games. Well that's disappointing.