It's been a while since we've had a No More Heroes game, almost a decade in fact. Which in the world of videogames is roughly two generations. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, presents a more modest take on the series. A co-op brawler presented as a series of fake games Travis gets sucked into for a fake and mysterious console called the Death Drive Mk II.
Fun premise sure, the end result though - not that at all.
For as in-spirit with the No More Heroes series and entertaining as some of the non-player-controlled moments can be, Travis Strikes Again is boring. Even when played co-op. Each Death Ball is padded to the point of madness, as you move forward only having to clear yet another group of enemies to lower yet another barrier. With level design that that would look bland next to an image of a straight line. Okay, so technically there is some variety to be found. You can level up and equip different skills that can perform different special attacks or defensive manoeuvres – like say stunning enemies or sending them flying with a projectile attack – but the flow itself barely changes.
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