No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle will be released for the first time on PC via Steam on Wednesday, June 9th.
The two PC ports are courtesy of XSEED Games, which also published a recent Nintendo Switch port. Both games can be purchased individually on Steam for $ 19.99 / £ 17.99 / € 19.99, with a 10% discount at launch and last until June 15th.
While these are straightforward ports, not remasters or remakes, the 2007 and 2010 Wii Cult Classics made their PC debut with “additional features” such as HD resolution, smoother 60FPS gameplay, and Steam cloud support. I will.
For those who have never played the original game, No More Heroes is an action-adventure hack and slash series with animated graphics, a lascivious sense of humor, and extreme boss battles. Both games were quite popular when they first went on sale, but have grown into cult classics, especially in the first games since their launch. It should be interesting to see how they endure in the eyes of a new generation playing for the first time on a PC.
Fans of the series have been waiting for the next mainline No More Heroes game for a very long time, the latest being No More Heroes 2 in 2010. It’s a spin-off of style, but the upcoming No More Heroes 3 is more than a decade away.
No More Heroes 3 was originally planned to be released in 2020, but has been postponed to 2021 probably for reasons that don’t need to be identified at this time. It will be available for Nintendo Switch on August 27th, and may eventually appear on other platforms as well as previous games.
The third game in the series was developed and published by Grasshopper Manufacture, the studio responsible for the first two games. Similarly, threequel will bring the series back to its third-person open-world roots, which should be a reward for fans of the first game.
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