No More Heroes
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About this game
Developer: Grasshopper Manufacture
Content Rating: Mature
After being ranked #11 in the United Assassins Association, Travis Touchdown puts his trusty beam katana to the test as he faces off against the world's top 10 assassins in deadly battle. It's a long way to the top, but this all-American otaku won't stop until he's the #1 assassin, baby! • Burn rubber through the coastal city of Santa Destroy on Travis' motorbike, the Schpeltiger! • Unlock a devastating arsenal of pro-wrestling moves—from Power Bombs to Brain Busters. • Unleash the powerful Dark Side to mow down the competition and show 'em who's boss!—from Power Bombs to Brain Busters. • Unleash the powerful Dark Side to mow down the competition and show 'em who's boss!
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No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle are right at home on Nintendo Switch. The games have aged remarkably well, and still feel fresh and exciting amidst a sea of AAA gaming sameness. There’s no massive additions or changes in the transition to Switch, and some gameplay frustrations still remain that likely shouldn’t.
No More Heroes is still a blast to play today. Living up to its cult status that it initially earned when it first released on the Wii, over ten years ago. Some of the gameplay feels dated, primarily due to the empty and dull open world sections, but the comical writing and boss battles alone make it worth your attention. Whether you’re a fan of the original or, like me, a newcomer to the franchise No More Heroes is a great addition to any Switch players library.
No More Heroes deserves every ounce of love it has received since its release on the Nintendo Wii. From mowing grass to slaying enemies, the game's boundless energy helps you overlook its shortcomings. If you're new to No More Heroes, now's a fantastic time to dive right in.