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Originally out for the Nintendo Wii, the one-two action craziness of No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle look to be PC bound, with both titles appearing on the U.S.-based ESRB ratings site. As per our review of the sequel back in 2010, Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture's series is over-the-top, juvenile, violent, stylish, silly, and fun. So it'll be great to see it show up on PC.

The timing here makes sense too as after we got the lackluster Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes in 2019 for the Nintendo Switch, we also got word that a proper No More Heroes 3 was also in development.

Whether or not the series holds up remains to be seen, as does the overall impact that a third game could make. That said, even when it doesn't land the all-out adventures of Travis Touchdown in the insane No More Heroes world are always worth checking out. Here's hoping this new rating sees both titles arrive sometime early next year. And if nothing else it'll be great to see both titles in proper HD.

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