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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Complete Edition

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

66

Top Critic Average

43%

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Based on 7 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCOct 17, 2019
PlayStation 4Oct 17, 2019

Publisher: Marvelous USA

Genre: Action

Travis is living the trailer park dream in the rural South when Badman comes knocking to avenge his daughter, Bad Girl. It looks like Game Over for Travis when both of them are sucked into the legendary Death Drive Mk II games console. This time, the games are taking the fight to you! The characters of the Death Drive Mk II's diverse game library aren't going to go down without a fight! Slice your way through them with all the beam charging, pro-wrestling-finisher action you know and love – turned up to 11. Burn through your skill gauge and link special and regular attacks for some kick-ass combos! Mix-up your approach and own your playstyle. Play as Travis, Badman and – if you're a bad enough dude – maybe Shinobu and Bad Girl, too!

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Complete Edition Reviews

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Ultimately, the Complete Edition is the best way to experience this spin-off, as it is a solid game in its own right and serves as an excellent, if different, primer for No More Heroes 3.

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There’s so much off-the-wall content here that you’ll be willing to push through its drier segments just to see what oddity the developer has in store next.

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Some jokes land, and some moments shine, but most of No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again Complete Edition relies on heavy-handed doses of breaking fourth walls and common game modes. There's an audience for this franchise, but this game doesn't offer much for anyone else.

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Travis Strikes Again delivers a meaningful experience through meaningless actions. Its hyperactive changes of style and fun combat do plenty to curb some intentionally frustrating design.

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