No More Heroes: A Switch Port Of The First Game Has Been Rated In Taiwan

The first No More Heroes game might be coming to Switch ahead of NMH3.


No More Heroes III is in the works for Switch, but it looks like it might not be the only game in the series coming to Nintendo's console. The original No More Heroes, which launched on the Wii in 2008, might be receiving a port too, according to a new rating.

As noted by Gematsu, the game has been rated for sale in Taiwan for Switch, and appears to be coming from publisher Marvelous Inc. A rating in Taiwan does not absolutely confirm that the game is coming to Switch worldwide, but it certainly suggests that it's a strong possibility.

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Back in 2018, director Goichi Suda expressed a desire to bring both the original No More Heroes and its sequel to Switch, but nothing concrete has ever been announced. Another game starring series protagonist Travis Touchdown, Travis Strikes Again, released for Switch in 2019.

No More Heroes received a PS3 release, subtitles Heroes Paradise. A sequel, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. released for the Wii in 2010, and unlike the original game, it was never ported anywhere else.

We caught a tiny glimpse of No More Heroes III gameplay back in June, but there's still a lot we don't know about the game--including whether it will make its projected 2020 release window.

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