No More Heroes 3 Gets Series Digest Movie


Join series mainstay Sylvia Christel as she walks players through the world of Grasshopper Manufacture and Marvelous’ No More Heroes with the following series digest video.

Longtime fans and newcomers alike will be able to tune into The Garden of Sylvia to get a recap of the series so far.

The original No More Heroes kicks things off with the courier Travis Touchdown winning a beam katana in an online auction. With a knack for battle, he enters the United Assassin’s Association in a bid to become the number one ranked assassin.

Following the events of the original entry, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle has Travis dropping down to the 51st rank. Not one to take things sitting down, he teams up with Shinobu to get back to the number one ranking.

Finally, the events of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a spinoff that has Travis going inside the video game world. With a Metascore of 67, Sylvia mentioned that this is the type of title that will be fawned over in 10 years.

Note that players can just as easily dive into No More Heroes 3 with no previous knowledge of the series.

Players can get up to speed with the rest below:

No More Heroes 3 – Series Digest Movie

No More Heroes 3 will come out for the Nintendo Switch on August 27, 2021.

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