Suda 51 demonstrates willingness to create No More Heroes remasters for PS4

No More Heroes and its sequel, No More Heroes 2 Desperate Struggle brought together several fans when they were released for the Wii, but many players would like to enjoy games today without having to hunt down the old Nintendo console for that. Grasshopper Manufacture, the company behind the games, understands this and the game’s creator, Suda 51, wants them to be released for the PS4 as well.

In an interview with Dengeki Online, Suda 51 commented on the possibility of ports for the first titles in the No More Heroes franchise, especially for PlayStation 4. Surprising many people with his sincerity, the developer revealed that he was talking about this with Marvelous, responsible for publishing the games and that these conversations are being very positive. To make fans even more excited, he said an announcement about this should be made soon.

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The interview also had moments when Suda 51 told how his process of creating Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was and how he felt influenced by Hotline Miami when making the game and how several independent developers commented with him as Killer 7 and the first No More Heroes influenced them. This ended up serving as an idea to try to make Travis Strikes Again have a much more indie spirit than expected.

No More Heroes was originally released for the Wii in 2007 and its sequel, No More Heroes 2 Desperate Struggle, in 2010. Recently, Travis Strikes Again: no More Heroes was released only for the Switch, but should be released soon for PS4 and PRAÇA.