Wondering what's up with Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes? The gang at Famitsu certainly is, which is why they sat down with Suda51 to talk about the game and more. You can see some snippets from the interview below, as translated...Show More Summary
Coming from a Game Informer interview with Suda51... I may have subconsciously picked up inspiration from the Dragon Ball series. In the [Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes], there’s the console, the Death Drive MK-II, and the games...Show More Summary
A portion of a HardcoreGamer interview with Suda51... HG: Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is an interesting title choice. What made you go that route compared to a more traditional No More Heroes 3? S51: There is a specific reason...Show More Summary
A portion of a GameSpot interview with Suda51... GS: We're actually approaching the tenth anniversary for the game, and even though we've only had two games, along with some ports on PS3 and Xbox 360, there's still a lot of excitement and interest in the series to make a comeback. Show More Summary
A portion of an Engadget interview with Suda51... E: Why is Travis Strikes Again a Switch exclusive? S51: I've been working with Nintendo since the first two No More Heroes games, and they have always offered an immense amount of support and have always been willing to allow me to try new things and make the games I want to make. Show More Summary
During a recent “Nindies” video that featured upcoming indie games for Nintendo Switch, Nintendo revealed Suda51’s next effort in the No More Heroes franchise, Travis Strikes Again. Though it features numerous elements that should be...Show More Summary
Arguably the most shocking, exciting announcement from Nintendo’s recent indie game blowout at PAX was the reveal of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Initially teased at the Switch reveal in January, we finally got […] The post Interview: Suda51 on the Indie Spirit of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes appeared first on Geek.com.
Nintendo went all out this week showcasing a slew of high-profile games heading to the Switch, 3DS and 2DS -- titles like Doom, Wolfenstein II and Pokemon Gold. But, just last month, Nintendo was all about indie love. That's when the...Show More Summary
A portion of a USGamer interview with Suda51... USGamer: Bosses are an important part of any No More Heroes game and the recent livestream said there would be six. Will these bosses be designed in collaboration with the indie studios? Suda51: The bosses, like the rest of the characters, are all being designed independently of the indie collaborators. Show More Summary
Goichi Suda, who goes by Suda51, and his studio Grasshopper Manufacture have made their names creating stylish action games like Killer7 and Lollipop Chainsaw. But now Suda51 is returning to one of his most popular franchises, No More Heroes, with Travis Strikes Again for the Switch. The first two No More Heroes games debuted on […]
A portion of an NWR interview with Suda51... NWR: Regarding scope, do you see this as a smaller scale project or similar in size to previous No More Heroes games? Suda51: As far as development goes, this is definitely a smaller-scale...Show More Summary
Goichi Suda aka Suda51 is back directing games with Travis Strikes Again, a spin-off of the No More Heroes series featuring the return of Travis Touchdown! Victor Lucas caught up with Suda at PAX West to discuss the new game, and bringing it to the Nintendo Switch!
Coming from a Dtoid interview with Suda51, as interpreted by his translator... On the gameplay of Travis Strikes Again... "...The previous games were Travis fighting the other assassins; you know, fighting his way up through the rankings. Show More Summary
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes basically stole the show during Nintendo's recent indie game showcase for the Switch, and now it looks like we have even more reasons to be pumped for the game. According to a recent interview, this third installment in the No More Heroes...
"Those shoes are good." "Oh, thank you," responds Suda51. Brett and I are at the top of a hotel in Seattle, high above the hustle and bustle of PAX West, to ask questions about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. But we can't help ourselves. Show More Summary
One of the gimmicks on the Nintendo Switch is the ability to split the controller in half for instant multiplayer action. A bunch of games allow you to play with a single Joy-Con and apparently Travis Strikes Again will do just the same. In...Show More Summary
A portion of a VideoGameChooChoo interview with Suda51... VGCC: How exactly does this tie into No More Heroes 2? Obviously a lot of time has passed and Travis’ situation has changed a lot, but you just said it’s not quite a direct sequel. Show More Summary
Coming from a Dtoid interview with Suda51... "[Badman] was originally a Major League Baseball player. He played for the Astros. Why the Astros? I don't know, he just played for the Astros. He was a really heavy drinker and he used to get shitfaced during the games. Show More Summary
"I feel like Travis [Touchdown] is a part of myself, constantly there with me" Grasshopper Manufacture head Suda51 told us through a translator. "I think about him a lot, like 'Huh, I wonder what Travis is doing right now.'" Any No More Heroes conversation is going to naturally steer toward Travis. Show More Summary
Earlier today, we learned that Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes can be played with a single Joy-Con. Does that mean we can expect co-op gameplay in the game? Here's Suda51's response... “As far as what’s going to happen with the other Joy-Con, at this point technically it’s still a secret. Show More Summary