Review

Review: No More Heroes 3 is a faithful follow-up, for better or worse

Travis Touchdown’s return is as unashamedly offbeat as ever

Designer / Director
Goichi Suda
Key Credits
Nobutaka Ichiki (Director), Ren Yamazaki (Director)

No More Heroes 3 is exactly what fans of the series have been waiting for – an authentic sequel that continues the story of Travis Touchdown. If you loved the previous games, you’ll love this. However, it doesn’t offer anything new to improve on the series’ flaws,, meaning anyone who isn’t a devotee may want to try the original first to see if its quirky, sharp-tongued style is for them.

  • Just as stylish and over-the-top as ever
  • Combat is still satisfying
  • Plenty of surprises in the plot
  • The open worlds are still dull and barren
  • Some of the more eccentric moments don't quite hit like they used to
3 / 5
Version tested
Nintendo Switch
Review: No More Heroes 3 is a faithful follow-up, for better or worse
Designer / Director
Goichi Suda
Key Credits
Nobutaka Ichiki (Director), Ren Yamazaki (Director)

No More Heroes 3 is exactly what fans of the series have been waiting for – an authentic sequel that continues the story of Travis Touchdown. If you loved the previous games, you’ll love this. However, it doesn’t offer anything new to improve on the series’ flaws,, meaning anyone who isn’t a devotee may want to try the original first to see if its quirky, sharp-tongued style is for them.

  • Just as stylish and over-the-top as ever
  • Combat is still satisfying
  • Plenty of surprises in the plot
  • The open worlds are still dull and barren
  • Some of the more eccentric moments don't quite hit like they used to
3 / 5
Version tested
Nintendo Switch