Travis Touchdown and his beam katana are back again.
Travis Touchdown has been dormant for a few years, after a glorious time on the Wii some years back, but it’s time now for the eccentric antihero to make his return. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the sequel (but not really a sequel) to Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture’s popular hack and slash series, is out today on Nintendo Switch, and to celebrate that, a new launch trailer for the game has been released.
The trailer focuses on the aspect that seems to be the game’s biggest strength- its sheer variety. With a variety of in-game games to play through that span across several of genres, as well as an entire, separate retro-styled text adventure, with other ancillary mechanics and features to boost, there’s a lot to get into in Travis Strikes Again, and the trailer below gives you a good look at a lot of it. Take a look below.
In our review of Travis Strikes Again, we called it “a surprisingly full featured and fleshed out game” that fans of the series are sure to enjoy. You can read the full review through here.