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No More Heroes and its sequel have finally touched down on PC

At last there’s no more barriers (aside from owning a gamepad) to trying out aughties cult classic No More Heroes. The irreverent beat ’em up from 2008 and its sequel No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle have broken onto PC today. The world’s 11th best assassin Travis Touchdown has arrived with an HD upgrade for slashing up the competition, riding motorbikes, and playing with cats. All equally important assassin tasks, I assume. Read more

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No More Heroes 1 and 2 complete their 13-year journey to PC this week

No More Heroes was an almost instant cult-classic when it was released for Wii back in 2008. That had less to do with it being an alright hack-and-slasher in which you fight assassins with a “beam katana”, and more to do with its unusual sense of humour, otaku protagonist, and the fact you saved your progress by doing a poo. Time to do a poo of your own. No More Heroes and its sequel No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle are coming to PC this week on June 9th. Read more

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No More Heroes 3 comes to Switch this August

By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 18 February 2021 08:49 GMT Travis Touchdown’s return to the Switch happens a little later than originally planned.Nintendo has announced a release date for No More Heroes 3 as part of its big Direct presentation overnight. The game will be available on Switch on August 27.As revealed in the game’s latest trailer, No More Heroes 3 pits series protagonist Travis Touchdown against aliens. Touchdown returns from a ten-year break to find that aliens have invaded Earth. In typical whacky Suda51 magic, the aliens are holding a tournament to rank Earth’s superheroes and determine the planet’s fate.The…

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Engine Soft shoots down Killer7 for Switch rumour

For about a day, Killer7 fans had high hopes that a Switch version is in the works.On Friday, YouTuber Doctre81 uncovered, through a LinkedIn page, that Killer7 might be in development at Engine Software, the same team behind the PC version.The LinkedIn page for one Engine Software developer had Killer7 listed among the projects they previously worked on. More specifically, the Killer7 tile mentioned PC as well as Nintendo Switch. A Switch version of Killer7 does not exist, of course, which lead to the assumption that Engine Software may also be working on a port for Nintendo’s console.What further increased…