Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition is finally dated to touch down on PlayStation 4 and PC this October, so if you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, now's the time to go ahead and secure a preorder.
This version of the game will come packing all previously-released DLC and improved HD visuals as it touches down on both PlayStation 4 and PC on Steam. Set a few years after the events of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, Travis Touchdown can be found living out the rest of his days in a trailer in the south with his pet cat Jeane.
Of course, things can't remain peaceful forever, and when the father of the slain assassin Bad Girl comes calling, things change very quickly. Bad Man is after Travis’s Death Drive Mk II in a bid to bring his daughter back to life using the exact thing Travis has. So much for Travis trying to live out the rest of his days off the radar.
Previously, I reviewed Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes and awarded it a 5 out of 10. Here's what I thought about it:
"As an unapologetic Suda51 and No More Heroes fan, it’s such a letdown to have to pen these words after finally, finally seeing one of my favorite franchises resurrected on the Switch. While I dug absolutely every facet of the game's aesthetics and the fact that I was finally able to get more No More Heroes after such a long wait, I didn't quite want it in this format. While it was clear at the start that this wouldn't be a core entry in the series, it's also bereft of much of what makes No More Heroes such an unforgettable and classic game in the first place. Technical issues, strange gameplay decisions, and an overall lackluster series of features make Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes an unworthy placeholder for the next entry in the series."