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This is not a drill: No More Heroes 3 hits Switch in 2020

Travis Touchdown is back on the job. No More Heroes 3 is coming to Nintendo Switch next year, as announced this morning on the Nintendo Direct E3 broadcast. Ready to rock 'n' roll? "Thanks to everyone's support of [Travis Strikes Again: No...

 
 
 
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Dragon's Dogma recruits Travis Touchdown on Switch

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has a wardrobe bursting with clothes, and Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen isn't short on Pawns to assist the Arisen, but screw it, there's room to squeeze a crossover into both games. The two Nintendo Switch...

 
 
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Travis Strikes Again gets a New Game+ option

The latest update for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be adding a "New Game+" option to the action brawler. Upon completion of the game, you'll be able to restart the journey with all of Travis and Badman's skills you've acquired....

 
 
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Review: Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

No More Heroes, like its protagonist Travis Touchdown, is a bit of an odd duck nearly 12 years removed from its original Wii launch. His creator Goichi Suda (Suda 51) marches to the beat of his own drum, as does his company, Grasshoppe...

 
 
 
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New Travis Strikes Again trailer brings Coffee and Doughnuts

We are less than a month away from the release of the super-quirky looking action title Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes on Nintendo Switch. Grasshopper Manufacturer has released another trailer showcasing on the new title's genre-hoppi...

 
 
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Travis Strikes Again's DLC features a playable Shinobu

The DLC season pass for Travis Strikes Again just got a whole lot more enticing for series fans. Grasshopper Manufacture has revealed that fan-favorite character Shinobu will be getting her own episode post-launch for the new game. As an ex...

 
 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam copy of Killer7

Experience a classic in today's contest: Win the newly remastered Killer7! You know, I owned Killer7 on the PS2 for several years, but never wound up playing it. I know, I know, don't yell at me. I wound up selling it in one of my video gam...

 
 
 
 
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Killer7 looks nice and crisp in this new PC footage

I always keep my GameCube on standby as an old reliable multiplayer party machine, but it'll be nice to enter the crazed world of killer7 with a few quick clicks. The upcoming PC version looks on point. I expected as much given how well the...

 
 
 
 
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Travis Strikes Again will be unleashed in January

After Holmes' big interview with Suda51 at PAX East this year, we haven't really heard a lot about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. The game is supposedly shaping up okay, but I don't think anyone expected it to release so soon. Announ...

 
 
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Let it Die is getting a new lease on life with a PC port

I may have bounced off Let it Die when the going got tough, but I do love the game's skateboarding grim reaper Uncle Death and hope he sticks around. In a short but sweet announcement picked up by GameSpot, GungHo Online Entertainment annou...

 
 
 
 
 
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Killer7 won't stay dead because of Let It Die

It's an improbable comeback but also a thematically-appropriate one. Two video games that directly reference death in their titles have combined to give some sort of new life to the elder one. As a celebration of Grasshopper Manufacture's 2...

 
 
 
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Let it Die and World of Tanks seems like a weird combo

As Grasshopper Manufacture's PS4-exclusive free-to-play Let it Die nears its one-year anniversary, it's turning to collaborations as its primary form of advertising. The game is popular, no doubt, as it cleared three million downloads ...

 
 
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Humble is giving out Killer is Dead for its Fall Sale

Killer is Dead isn't as fondly remembered as other games in Grasshopper Manufacturer's portfolio, but it's still a Suda 51 joint, and I always loved that its assassin protagonist was named Mondo Zappa. That's real good! As part of the Humbl...

 
 
 




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