New round of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes intro videos released

Strawberry on the shortcake

Grasshopper has released a series of intro videos for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, all of which come straight from the game. If you're still looking to learn a bit more about what the game has to offer, check out the rest of the videos here.

The second Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes DLC "Bubblegum Fatale" available from April 18th, 2019 (Official PR)

New characters, story, and wardrobe choices!

In the second downloadable content, a new stage "Killer Marathon" will be added, and popular character "Bad Girl" - familiar to No More Heroes fans - will return to the fight. Additioanlly, an adventure part forTravis will be added.

Downloadable Content Batch #2 includes:

- Additional playable character: “Bad Girl” (*Can be used after clearing Killer Marathon)
- Includes new Bad Girl-exclusive skills (two types)
- Includes new stage: Killer Marathon
- Includes new skills (*Unlocked after clearing Killer Marathon)
- Also includes all-new Travis Ver. Adventure Part (total: one new story)

In addition, there will be additional and fixed patches in line with the second DLC. In Ver. 1.2.0, 19 titles will appear on collaboration T-shirts representing legendary and indie games, including "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker".

The T-Shirt collaboration will include:

Black The Fall
Fire Pro Wrestling World
La-Mulana 2
Rain World
Saturday Morning RPG
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
零~月蝕の仮面~(Zero~Tsukihami no Kamen~)

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Bubblegum Fatale launch trailer

Care for a stick of gum?

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes DLC:02 Bubblegum Fatale - only on the Nintendo Switch! Available on 4.18!!

This DLC includes the following:

- Bad Girl, a new playable character
- 2 unique Skills for Bad Girl
- Additional game world: "Killer Marathon"

Check out more screens here

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Version 1.2.0 coming April 18th, 2019 (DLC Pack 2), with plenty of content and teases

What's next for Travis?

- adds content from the second DLC pack (DLC 02: Bubblegum Fatale)
- adds new collab. t-shirts: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (x2), Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, Fire Pro Wrestling

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes' Bubblegum Fatale DLC launches April 18th, 2019, bumping the game up to Version 1.2.0. Along with the above information, we know that this DLC will feature new music, Badgirl as playable character, and an extremely challenging level called Killer Marathon. This level has a time limit, traps to overcome, and more.

On top of that, a new adventure aspect featuring Travis will be added, and it supposedly paves the way for the future of the No More Heroes franchise. Finally, there's a tease of a certain 'Henry' making an appearance as well!

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes getting a pair of Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker legendary t-shirts

Looking good, Travis!

Suda51 is constantly adding new t-shirts to Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and the next two might be his best yet! As you can see in the image above, not one, but two different Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker t-shirt designs are coming to the game. We don't have the release date yet, but we'll let you know that info when it's available.

Dragon's Dogma x Travis Strikes Again crossover event announced

The dog days of Travis

Well here's something I don't think any of us expected. Suda51 has revealed that Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes and Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen are going to have a bit of crossover fun. On the Travis Strikes Again side of things, a t-shirt with the Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen logo will be available, Over in Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, a Travis Touchdown pawn will be added. The Travis Touchdown pawn includes Travis' trademark beam katana, and the character will be available to download for free on day one.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes getting a 'Siren' legendary t-shirt

How on earth did this even happen?!

Well here's a weird one for you. Siren, a Sony-exclusive on the PS2, is getting a nod from Suda51. Siren will be represented via an in-game t-shirt in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Seems like there'd be some crazy legal strings to pull in order to make this happen, but I guess Suda51 worked it out!

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Collector's Edition seeing a restock

The Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Collector's Edition released by Pix’n Love was snatched up almost instantly, leaving little chance for anyone but the first round of customers to grab one. We're happy to let you know that a second chance is coming soon! While we don't have a release date just yet, Pix'n Love has confirmed that a restock is on the way.

Suda51 hopes to have 'something cool' to announce about No More Heroes at E3 2019

What could it be?

Without getting into spoilers, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has an interesting ending. Something that has fans wondering what's next. It sounds like we might get a little hint of that at this year's E3, as long as things go the way Suda51 wants them to. Check out what Suda51 had to say about Travis Strikes Again's ending in the Siliconera interview snippet below.

[Laughs] I wonder what that was myself. It might be Travis messing around. [Laughs] I hope around E3 time I’ll have something cool to announce.

Suda51 said he knew Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes would cause 'an extreme love or hate reaction,' teases sequel work

Travis Strikes Again Again?

Suda51 games being divisive is part for the course. He has a very unique voice, and people either enjoy his quirkiness, or find his experiences to be too rough around the edges. Those vibes run throughout Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and may be deeper than ever before. That has caused a rather visceral reaction, but according to Suda51, that was expected.

"In the process of making Travis Strikes Again I expected it would cause an extreme 'love or hate' reaction. I was expecting that. However, I decided not to shift my focus further towards the market trends and instead focused on what needed to be done with this team. In doing so, we strengthened the team and that suited the philosophy of Grasshopper as a company."
Suda51 put together a small, new team to craft Travis Strikes Again, and it sounds like he's a big fan of what was pieced together. Suda51 will be sticking with that team going forward, but what will they be working on. In typical Suda51 fashion, a sequel of some sorts is teased.

"I can't disclose too much about our next title, but it may be a sequel. The core element will not be changed. I like the strength and dynamic of the team we've created; everybody has their opinion on how things should be done and can even say no to me. I really like this working environment and feel we should do it again with the next title. They have become more used to myself and the production team... and that makes the team stronger."