Travis Strikes Again DLC Review: Again

AShadowLink - Month ago
Hey all! I'm on vacation right now, so this video is probably going to be a little less polished than my usual stuff. Hope you all are enjoying E3! Here's hoping for No More Heroes 3!
Daiki Rijekuto
Daiki Rijekuto - 27 days ago
We got it!!!
AShadowLink - Month ago
bros i was right
Akabur - 2 days ago
Awesome video. Thank you ^^
Daiki Rijekuto
Daiki Rijekuto - 27 days ago
I love all no more heroes games but I felt No more heroes Travis strikes back is a better sequel. Seriously it may not have the gameplay we all want but it's the game play Suda wanted to give back to the old school generation.
goe5 - 28 days ago
I really hope I’m living in the alternate universe where Travis Touchdown makes it into Smash!
rivers - Month ago
good shit, man!
Denzel Romero
Denzel Romero - Month ago
AShadowLink - Month ago
i specifically had to get this out before the nintendo direct because i KNEW NMH3 was comin
John Heaphey
John Heaphey - Month ago
well no more heroes 3 has been official announced
RMD00 - Month ago
This is coming to PC? I can feel my wallet spreading itself open for Suda 51.
AShadowLink - Month ago
Yup, was announced last month at Momocon!
Faye Zahara
Faye Zahara - Month ago
When someone enjoys this game kinda think to my self wow they probally aren't really fans of no more heroes. Think its good to be critical of someones work when they make a stale dud of a game. I love ya suda 51 but this belongs in trash bin along with black knight sword.
Zeronigel332 - Month ago
In my opinion story wise this game definitely feel like a proper sequel to no more heroes 1 than 2. Even the way the story is design having multiple layers as well as multiple way of seeing the story is just like one. It’s definitely more grounded than 2 as well but gameplay wise it’s definitely needed shorter levels. No more heroes is a game where I actually wouldn’t recommend it to someone but hold a lot of love for it. Reason being that a lot of the reason why playing the game can feel like a chore till you get to the boss is done on purpose, while I love that type of game design I can’t recommend it to others because it’s very frustrating to play.
Antonio Banderas
Antonio Banderas - Month ago
@Faye Zahara I'm sorry but I literally can't follow the top comment. Travis Strikes Again was a very compelling game to me and feels like a more proper follow up to NMH than NMH2 did in lots of ways. And I loved NMH2. I think it's a wonderful reintroduction of the character, a great way to look back at the history of Grasshopper Manufacture (and a personal look into the career of Suda), and a flawed game with interesting ideas. There are LOTS of parts in this game that don't connect, sure, but I'd argue that NMH2, Let It Die, and Killer Is Dead are the only 3 GHM games where I almost wholeheartedly liked the gameplay (and even then they've all had bits that make me GROAN despite their charm making up for their faults in the end). If they carried over some of the TSA gameplay ideas to NMH3 (which is what they're doing) then NMH3 is going to be a lot more interesting. It's not a game for everyone, but I think it aced the music, aesthetics, and writing for sure. Honestly I'd argue it's the other way around. I don't like to gatekeep but the people going "this isn't a REAL no more heroes game" really rub me the wrong way. I love the first two games but if all you ever want is for Travis, the setting, and the gameplay to stay real similar then I don't know man. There's only so much you can do with Santa Destroy and the UAA. I'm very glad Suda finally got back in the director's chair to make a new banger of a game with a different direction because now I feel I understand the guy and his career a little more. You'd also BEST BELIEVE I'M HYPE FOR NMH3. Bring back Doppelganger from TSA. That is all.
TORA Zavala-Suarez
TORA Zavala-Suarez - Month ago
Just because someone likes Travis Strikes Again doesn't disqualify them from being No More Heroes fans. I don't like that way of thinking. They like No More Heroes just as much you do. They are hyped for No More Heroes 3 just as much as you are. If you don't like Travis Strikes Again, that's ok.
Faye Zahara
Faye Zahara - Month ago
@Иван i disagree cause shadow of damned, no more heroes and lollipop chainsaw had amazing gameplay. Plus let it die from suda 51 actually had the main focus on the brutal intuative combat. They went out of way to be a jokster with that story to cement it was about the gameplay. Every game has an intresting style and new gameplay that is everchanging. But these is like vacum combat on overtop perspective that doesn't really add anything. They try to add stuff you can connect with games within games. But all those games are stale and would even argue has less creativity then the games inside no more heroes. This is a unity looking game that has sloppy combat that some will defend for the story. Well those animal crossing talking characters giving you story they could do the same in a stand alone comic. Don't need a shitty spin off to deliver 1 good thing.
Иван - Month ago
You're talking about being more critical, but the only bad side of this game is long levels. That's literally all of it. Try being more critical yourself, it's the most heartfelt writing Suda's ever done, a perfect foundation for NMH3 and all of his forthcoming works and it puts NMH2 and a lot of other GhM games to shame. Gameplay in Suda's games never mattered to begin with. Just check full review on this channel or TheGamingBritShow's analysis of TSA.
Penguinparty119 - Month ago
Nice Review
Voyager G-zero
Voyager G-zero - Month ago
This game sure goes deeper and deeper into the Sudaverse lore. I Can't wait for the NMH3 reveal!!
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