Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes for Nintendo Switch
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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Jan 18, 2019
7.04
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Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The legendary gaming console—the Death Drive Mark 2... Travis Touchdown wanders into the game world and embarks on a rampage of epic proportions. Inside, there’s an action game, racing, puzzles... A total of seven different game titles!

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105 Reviews
7.38

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Critic Reviews

53 Reviews
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Jae LeeFeb 06, 2019
Worse yet are the level designs for most of the game world, where I was either going down a linear corridor or a maze of rooms that all looked so similar that I found myself getting turned around, not knowing where I have been. It’s truly unfortunate, as the concept of being stuck in a game world and having to fight that game’s protagonist to earn the right to leave is an idea worth a million dollars, it’s just a shame that the execution is so lackluster.
Leo FariaJan 19, 2019
Travis Strikes Again isn’t exactly a bad game, but to wait for a new game in the No More Heroes franchise for a decade and get this as a result is, at the very least, a major disappointment. This is a game lacking in charm and substance, a comedy title that very rarely made me laugh, and a Suda51 game that didn’t wow me at all in the style department. If you have enough discount credit on your eShop, then go for it. At the very least, you can make Travis fight enemies while wearing a Hatoful Boyfriend t-shirt. I think that’s the closest to making me laugh that this game’s metahumor managed to provide.
Neal RonaghanJan 16, 2019
If all goes well, Travis Strikes Again will lead to No More Heroes 3 and Travis Touchdown’s bigger and bolder return to video games. Thankfully, even if it’s a little weird and limited in some respects, Travis Strikes Again is a fun game that makes me excited for the future of the series. Spending time in the punk rock hellscape of No More Heroes isn’t something I thought I’d get to do again.