Game news No More Heroes: The first two components are coming soon on Steam
There has been talk of the No More Heroes license lately for two reasons. The first concerned the announcement of a compilation for Switch in limited physical editions, while the second concerned the official release of an exclusive release for Switch, slated for August 27th.
As a result of the work of the quirky Goichi Suda or SUDA51, No More Heroes has always shown unrestrained violence and a crazy framework. All you have to do is watch the pitch of the first episode where we meet Travis Touchdown, a young otaku who just got a laser katana and wants to become the big boss of the Association of United Assassins.
By December 2020, data on the PC versions of the two components of No More Heroes was discovered in the ESRB database., but no official communication from the studio deigned to comment on the elements of the American classification authority.
However, a recent tweet from publisher Xseed Games has just formalized the release of No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle on PC starting June 9th.. This two-part port is said to offer HD resolutions, gameplay increased to 60 frames per second and a whole range of additional functions such as Steam Cloud.
In a few days you can set off again on the back of a motorcycle, the famous Schpeltiger, to fight the world’s greatest assassins from No More Heroes and Travis’ second ascent of the city of Santa Destroy through the second part. Both titles cost $ 19.99 on Steam, but you get a 10% discount if purchased during Launch Week.
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