Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Has More Gameplay To Take In

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New gameplay for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is here to give us a bit more on how this No More Heroes title will handle at launch

We have some new gameplay for the upcoming Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes here and it gives us a small taste of what we can expect to see on January 18th. I hope you have a Switch or received one over the holidays as it will be exclusively there still, but at least it looks like Grasshopper Manufacture will give us a reason to stick with the console. It also helps if you are a fan of the No More Heroes franchise too as this is a new story and fresh start for the titular character we have been following along over a few games already. Even with the new and different play style that will be coming along here.

As you can see below, it looks like Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be keeping us in a top-down look as we explore and fight different enemies over different gameplay styles. Seven to be exact, but we only have a small taste here in the new trailer. Have a look at it and get all titillated for the game to come at us and bring the franchise back out to play. I know I am excited to get in on all of that here.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes — Life Is Destroy

“Otaku Assassin Enters the Game World”

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!


  • With Beam Katana in hand, Travis vows to exterminate every last bug he finds. Chain his simple yet exhilarating basic attacks and his arsenal of skill attacks to cut them down to size.
  • A brutal boss lurks at the end of each game. Creatively combine your moves to crush them!
  • Collecting all seven Death Balls will allow you to make one wish. Anything you desire can be granted, so make sure to collect them all!
  • Pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend for co-op multiplayer—and partner up with the one and only Badman!
  • Also, there is the adventure mode, which tells an all-new story!!
  • Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes launches exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

Is Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes the style of game you were hoping to see the IP go with or did you want a direct sequel to come at you? How do you think the story will progress and will it lead to something else? How jarring will it be to jump between the genres of games in this one sitting or will it flow just right? Let us all know down in the comments. I will be keeping an eye on this No More Heroes title so be sure to keep coming back to see what I am able to find.