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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Nintendo
Jan 18, 2019 - Nintendo Switch
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

40%

Critics Recommend

Eurogamer
Unscored
IGN
6 / 10
Easy Allies
5.5 / 10
Metro GameCentral
4 / 10
Game Informer
8.3 / 10
GameSpot
6 / 10
USgamer
3.5 / 5
Game Revolution
3 / 5

Review Summary

FairCritic Consensus

Fans of Suda51's other titles will find Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes to be a must-play. However, others may not be able to look past technical issues, occasionally mediocre gameplay, and a small feature set.

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Lack of Game Features

Repetitive Gameplay


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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Trailers

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Golden Dragon GP Trailer - Nintendo Switch thumbnail

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Golden Dragon GP Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Coffee & Doughnuts Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Life is Destroy Trailer - Nintendo Switch


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Critic Reviews for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

A limp arcade action game amidst a sea of mindless references, Travis Strikes Again fatally lacks the style of its predecessors.

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has Suda51's eccentric charm, but the repetitive hack and slash gameplay doesn't feel nearly as great as previous entries in the series.

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Metro GameCentral

Unknown Author
4 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A disappointing return for Suda51 whose shallow, repetitive action is not helped by a relentlessly unfunny script and tired pop culture references.

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Travis Strikes Again returns to the more stylish tendencies of early Grasshopper Manufacture, with decent combat elevated by a strong sense of style and writing

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Travis Strikes Again succeeds as a simple hack-n-slash with seamless co-op, but doesn't do enough to avoid repetition or challenge you in meaningful ways.

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USgamer

Matt KimNews Editor
USgamer

I missed Travis Touchdown. I missed Suda51's punk verve. Travis Strikes Again is stylish in all the right ways. It looks cool, the music sounds great, and the game consistently zigs when I fully expected it to zag. At the same time there's not a lot here for players who aren't already devoted to the world of No More Heroes or even the larger Grasshopper Manufacture universe. But if you're tired of hacky attempts at too cool for school meta commentary, Travis Touchdown is here to take gaming post-post-modern.

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There are plenty of amazing mindbending moments in Travis Strikes Again, but you have to work for them. If you're willing to play a decent brawler that's regularly interrupted by junky D-grade platforming to get to the madness, you'll get a lot out of it.

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OpenCritic Coverage

No More Heroes 3 Is Delayed Until 2021

No More Heroes 3 Is Delayed Until 2021

In a lengthy message to fans of Twitter, Goichi Suda, aka Suda51, has announced a delay for No More Heroes 3, pushing the game into the new year, 2021.

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