No More Heroes was a Smash hit for Suda 51, Would like to make No More Heroes 3

Edge magazine sat down with Goichi Suda (Suda 51) to discuss No More Heroes, the Wii, and if we’ll ever see Travis Touchdown again.

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LightDiego1454d ago

i never played the series, always wanted too, i would buy the game now for sure, would be great the first two games on PSN too.

Concertoine1453d ago

There's an HD remake of No More Heroes on the PS3 and 360. The PS3 version supports Move (honestly NMH is way more fun with motion controls, take those away and it loses all kinesthetic appeal).

The sequel remains a Wii exclusive though.

mydyingparadiselost1453d ago

That HD version is kinda trash though, lots of screen tearing and general issues. The Wii version runs way better, and it's super cheap. Also, the HD version is PS3 exclusive, the 360 version got canned :(

Munnkyman1453d ago

They are fun games. I love the second one and would def buy a third one

desertpunk861453d ago

chances are it can be a nintendo or sony exclusive.

wonderfulmonkeyman1453d ago

Gotta save up for the first two; I've heard a lot of good things so now I'm curious, but if a third one comes to the Wii U before I get a chance to play the first two, I'll likely get it first and the other two afterwards.

Rampaged Death1453d ago

Enjoyed the first but loved the sequel. I'd love to see NMH3.

higgins781453d ago

Personally I preferred the original. Yes, the sequel was cleaner, more refined and 'polished' to an extent, but what I loved about the original is that it was rough round the edges, it came from nowhere and caught you by surprise. Both great games. Lets hope for a sequel (of sorts) and it be a Wii U exclusive to get the very best out of it in terms of potential.

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