Are The First Two No More Heroes Getting A PC Port?

Going by the age ratings, the PC users can be hopeful about receiving the first two titles in the No More Heroes series.

The American ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board, the European equivalent of it would be the PEGI) has rated No More Heroes, as well its sequel, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle on PC. These two games have recently surfaced on the Nintendo Switch, as the big N’s quite successful hybrid platform (which is not planned to receive a stronger version, as we discussed the other day…) got them on October 28, while the third main instalment is also in development for the Switch.

As we wrote in the Summer, when the first game’s Switch rating surfaced from Taiwan, „No More Heroes was first developed for the Nintendo Wii. (Release dates: Japan – December 2007, North America – January 2008, EU and Australia – March 2008.) Grasshopper Manufacture has tuned this game a bit further with the help of feelplus and AO Interactive, resulting in a game called No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise. (Japan: April 2010, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360; Red Zone Edition with PlayStation Move-support: July 2011. Europe – May 2011. North America – August 2011. It has Move support in the West out of the box.)”

The sequel also launched on the Nintendo Wii in 2010 (but, it first launched in North America in late January, followed by a PAL port in late May, and Japan only got it in October…), and ten years later, the action-hack’n’slash game got a Switch port. So this one didn’t get a PlayStation or an Xbox port ever since, making the PC port even more of a surprise.

None of this is official yet, but the PC community (which got Travis Strikes Again last year – that is not the third main game!) would gladly take Grasshopper Manufacture’s first two games in the series.

Source: Gematsu

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