Travis Touchdown's twisted and sordid tale continues in the latest installment of Grasshopper Manufacture's No More Heroes beam katana slinging action series. The brainchild of celebrated game producer Goichi Suda (known to fans of his off-the-wall titles by his nickname "Suda 51"), No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle strives to improve on the original Wii game in every way. The sequel promises more Wiimote mayhem through beam katana action, plus retro-styled minigames. See what Suda 51 himself had to share about it, then check out the new launch trailer.
Three years after battling for the rank of #1 assassin, Travis Touchdown returns to the secret and exclusive United Assassin Association. This time he is out for revenge and he must battle 51 of the world's strongest and most unusual killers to get it. With the addition of 2 new playable characters, an expanded set of weapons, an improved, over-the-top combat system, and signature 2-D job missions, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle brings the franchise to new heights of outlandish carnage.
Ah, but's it outlandish carnage at the hands of everyone's favorite anime otaku and pro-wrestling freak. Is Santa Destroy ready for more Touchdown?