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  1. Positive: 30 out of 74
  2. Negative: 8 out of 74
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  1. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is outrageous. The game is uncompromisingly zany: full of smart design, fluid combat, and laugh out loud personality front to back. While some may be turned off by its low budget feel and disjointed design, those who can look past these rough edges will find a hack-and-slash so quirky that it’ll be tough not to fall in love. This title stands as a shining beacon of bold creativity and anyone who values risk-taking in games owes it to themself to give Travis Strikes Again a shot.
  2. 90
    Travis Strikes Back: No More Heroes isn’t the Lollipop Chainsaw remaster that I’ve been begging Goichi Suda to produce each year over the last four TGS' when I've caught up with him, but it’s a stylish, energetic, amusing and surrealistic return to Suda’s most popular character and “world.” Yes, it might have been a vanity project for a guy that wanted to indulge his love for retro and indie games, but I’ve had a cracking time watching Suda show off just how much of a nerd he really is.
  3. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again marks a glorious return for Suda51's No More Heroes series, melding myriad genres to create a totally wild arcade experience.
  4. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a stylish, edgy, in your face game that is best enjoyed if you really don’t try to take it too seriously. Loaded with pop culture references, fourth wall breaks, hordes of enemies, and more charisma than you can handle, the only downside I encountered was an occasionally unforgiving camera during combat. Whether you are a fan of Suda51’s work or have never played any of his wild titles before, Travis Strikes Again is a must play for the absolute lunacy of the narrative and the chaotic - if repetitive - combat.
  5. Jan 16, 2019
    After a timeout, Travis Touchdown is back with a great game. Varied levels full of fun, a hooligan style characteristic of the saga and, above all, plenty of action. However, we must also highlight its short length.
  6. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a great game that perfectly captures what I personally love about indie experiences.
  7. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes might not exactly be the game that fans of the series were hoping for, but if you’re want to catch up with your favorite assassin and are willing to accept changes made to the gameplay, you should find plenty to like here. This is a surprisingly complex game and seriously goofy sequel-ish thing, made with obvious passion and an undying love for the gaming experience.
  8. Jan 16, 2019
    It’s a miracle that Travis Touchdown is back in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. With great writing and addictive gameplay, the series makes an epic comeback in game that we hope is just a taste of what’s to come.
  9. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again finds a good balance between fun, approachable action and reveling in Suda51 and Grasshopper’s signature style. It’s not the most intricate action game out there, but the simple combat works well as a vessel for several one-off moments that elevate it above its simple premise. It’s more of a prelude than a main event, but both on its own and as sign of things to come, Travis Strikes again is a promising return to form.
  10. Jan 16, 2019
    Suda Goichi pays homage to some of the best indie games with Travis Strikes Again. We found lots of pop culture references, a unique sense of humor and some unique mechanics, although some elements such as camera and jump controls are not polished, and combat becomes repetitive.
  11. Nintendo Force Magazine
    Aug 22, 2019
    Suda51 games exist so that we can play something that only Suda51 could make, and in doing so, see who he is from the inside out. By that measure, this is his most successful game in years. [Issue #38 – March/April 2019, p. 69]
  12. Jan 17, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a spin-off that offers lots of fun and action elements. At the same time, there is also room for some philosophical moments that add to the overall fun of the game.
  13. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is colorful, crazy and unpredictable, representing a perfect appetizer while we wait for an official third game in the series.
  14. Jan 16, 2019
    A welcome return of Travis Touchdown. Amidst the enjoyable gameplay is great storytelling and dialogue set in imaginative game worlds. Fans of previous No More Heroes games and Suda51 games in general will find a lot to enjoy here. Going through the different game worlds watching the story unfold through an old-fashioned computer is highly entertaining and collecting the T-shirts from your favorite indie games gives treasure hunters something to occupy their time. More still, each different game level has enough variety to keep the repetitive combat from getting stale.
  15. Jan 16, 2019
    I’m not inclined to play back through it right away, but it’ll be staying downloaded on my Switch for those lengthy flights and commutes where I want to do nothing more than slash through countless enemies in style.
  16. Jan 16, 2019
    If you love No More Heroes, or any work of Suda51’s, then Travis Strikes Again is a must-play game. It’s a creative explosion of fanservice, callbacks and classic Travis Touchdown charm that will make any fan grin from ear to ear. If No More Heroes was all about the combat and gameplay for you, then this might be a harder sell. While the combat in Travis Strikes Again doesn’t surpass the gameplay from the originals, the variety of gameplay styles and genres that Travis Strikes Again explores and dips its toes in more than makes up for it. Travis Strikes Again is a love letter to gaming, and the perfect way to whet fans appetites before No More Heroes 3 gets made proper.
  17. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is not exactly the full-fledged sequel fans have been asking for, but it’s a step in the right direction and a sign of good things to come from Goichi Suda. With more than 10 hours of gameplay and further content planned via upcoming DLC updates, the game may very well keep you busy for a while. Another positive take that could be realized from the latest release: it’s a relief to know that Travis is back and he’s most likely here to stay.
  18. Jan 16, 2019
    Billed as a side dish, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has been prepared with enough love and affection to become a filling meal on its own, packed with the spice and spirit you’d expect from Travis Touchdown. It’s a fun, indie-inflected blast of hack-and-slash which doesn’t change the world mechanically (and don’t go in expecting No More Heroes 3), but its sincerity and energy are charming. It’s an adult game – a gamer’s game – foul-mouthed and dripping with style. If you’re sitting on the fence, we’d recommend diving in, if only to support its infectious, celebratory spirit; Suda51 seems to have a real affection for Nintendo hardware and this makes you feel lucky to have him working on Switch.
  19. 80
    Thankfully, even if it’s a little weird and limited in some respects, Travis Strikes Again is a fun game that makes me excited for the future of the series.
  20. 80
    What would otherwise be a mess is beautifully brought together in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. While much more simplistic when compared to its predecessors, Travis Strikes Again is a fun and fast paced action game that commands your attention from beginning to end. It has a few pacing issues, especially towards the end and the co-op implementation might not be perfect, but Travis Strikes Again is yet another momentous trip through the wicked and warped mind of Suda51.
  21. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again No More Heroes is a very particular game, never trivial, and does a great job on Switch.
  22. Jan 17, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again is not a great game in the traditional sense, but if you are a ramen eating, pro-wrestling watching, anime loving, gaming nerd like Travis Touchdown, then you’ll play it to the end nonetheless, and have a great time doing it.
  23. Jan 18, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a fun and dynamic hack n’ slash experience: full of pop culture references, every Suda51 fan should try this new Travis adventure. Sadly the lack of variants in its gameplay might turn it into a predictable experience.
  24. CD-Action
    Dec 11, 2019
    A piece of a solid game but I can’t shake the feeling that it’s just a quick entrée before No More Heroes 3 which surely will be bigger, more interesting and more bombastic. Enough looking into the past, Suda, I’m waiting for something fresh. [03/2019, p.49]
  25. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Touchdown is back with a brand new adventure called Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. This top-down viewed hack n' slasher mixes different kinds of game genres into a psychedelic adventure that plays out like a simple classic arcade game.
  26. Jan 16, 2019
    Suda51 manage to break the 4th wall much of the time by adding plenty of pop culture and gaming references to this new episode. While the technical side of the game isn't the best, the constant variations between gameplays is a good way to keep going and will please beat'em up fans.
  27. Jan 16, 2019
    This crazy adventure offers entertaining hack 'n slash action and many references. however, these moments are rare and might speak to Suda51-fans more than to other gamers.
  28. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is an incredible journey into the visionary mind of Suda51, an indie experience with solid gameplay mechanics and lots of surprises.
  29. Jan 16, 2019
    For a project of much smaller size and scope…Travis Strikes Again still carries the legacy of the franchise forward in a meaningful way.
  30. 75
    It’s the bat-s**t crazy story and characters you can expect from a No More Heroes game, along with the best gameplay the series has seen thus far. My hope that the next mainline installment learns a thing or two from Travis Strikes Again in the combat department.
  31. Jan 16, 2019
    This game isn't No More Heroes 3. Suda51 and his team have released this Travis Strikes Again while they wait for the third great chapter of the saga. It's good that this game has a reduced price because it feels fun but simple, like a portable console video game.
  32. Feb 11, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is an example of a game that's heavily based on its creator's views, and when said creator is Suda 51 the result can only be an effort of unique and eccentric details, with plenty of humour and challenging combat moments. On the downside, Travis Strikes Again features a level design that feels too simple and its combat can easily become repetitive, making it harder for outsiders to develop a taste for Suda's latest opus.
  33. Feb 6, 2019
    You’ve probably picked up on this by now, but I should make it clear, Travis Strikes Again is a very typical Suda51 game. It’s filled with dumb, 4th-wall breaking jokes, its plot makes absolutely no sense and its gameplay is underwhelming – but it is absolutely bursting with style and personality. Despite the monotony of the gameplay, I quite enjoyed the nine-or-so hours I spent with Travis Strikes Again. If you’re a fan of Suda51’s previous work you’ll want to check this out. If not, I think the reduced price point is worth the cost of entry to behold the spectacle of absurdity at least.
  34. Jan 18, 2019
    I am really happy that Suda 51 and his excentric style of gamedesign are back. But you cannot help but notice the “ring rust”. A decent effort, but not quite at the level of Lollipop Chainsaw and other Suda-masterpieces.
  35. Jan 18, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is not a complete failure, and there's a lot to love here, but I'd be lying if I didn't say I was somewhat disappointed. While playing I skipped between being in love with the game's style and personality and sick to death of actually having to play. A fascinating experiment from Suda51, one I'm glad he made, but not the best game. Add a point to the score if you love Japanese eccentricity, take one away if you have no time for it.
  36. Jan 17, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a solid return for the assassin but one not without its problems. While the writing feels just as sharp as ever, unfortunately, its six-game premise doesn’t feel like it totally lives up to its potential. Still its great to see a new entry in the long-dormant series and hopefully this marks the beginning of a brand new chapter for Travis Touchdown and the league of assassins.
  37. Jan 17, 2019
    It’s not very good as individual parts. But as a collection of send-ups to indie gaming, it’s perfectly serviceable.
  38. 70
    Playing Travis Strikes Again is an experience I'm glad I had, even if I wouldn't recommend it as a fun game. As a biting reflection of the ridiculousness of hardcore video game fans it's less successful than previous games, and its smaller scale makes the still-repetitive fighting even more dull. But the weirdness remains, and the Kafkaesque story of the Death Drive console paired with Suda51's signature takes on Japanese and American culture — plus the frequently enjoyable mish-mash of retro aesthetics — makes for a satisfyingly eccentric game unlike many others.
  39. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes doesn’t invite you in. If you’re unfamiliar with the huge swatch of game history, Grasshopper’s catalog, or even games industry business gossip referenced within, this will come off as a less entertaining surrealist action game overshadowed by Suda51’s old work like Killer7 or even No More Heroes. Anyone that can actually speak the language of this game will be richly rewarded by the promise that there may, in fact, still be heroes out there.
  40. Jan 16, 2019
    A decent spin-off. The hack-and-slash gets tiresome, but it works in small bursts and is a fine fit for the Switch's handheld mode. The graphical genre shifts and peppered-in minigames provide good variety, thematically feeding into Travis’ love for games. The game is not a visually exciting entry, but it may still be worth it for fans of the series to indulge in Travis’ latest adventure. The insane story beats and off-the-wall humor are still here, alongside satisfying teases. It may not be No More Heroes 3, but Travis Strikes Again stands as a fine stepping stone for Suda51’s otaku assassin.
  41. Jan 16, 2019
    Quotation forthcoming.
  42. 70
    A worthy followup to the Wii cult classics, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a fun and action-packed hack-and-slash adventure, when it isn't getting in its own way.
  43. Jan 16, 2019
    A flawed experience, yet boasts such as a commendable level of creativity amidst its restrictions that I was unusually smitten with it. The combat is repetitive, the visuals are sub-par and, sadly, there isn’t a lot of depth to many of its mechanics. However, the razor-sharp writing and sheer dedication to its universe allow Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture to craft one of Nintendo Switch’s most unique titles yet. I’m not sure I could wholeheartedly recommend it to the average player, but hardcore fans should certainly sign up.
  44. Jan 16, 2019
    I missed Travis Touchdown. I missed Suda51's punk verve. Travis Strikes Again is stylish in all the right ways. It looks cool, the music sounds great, and the game consistently zigs when I fully expected it to zag. At the same time there's not a lot here for players who aren't already devoted to the world of No More Heroes or even the larger Grasshopper Manufacture universe. But if you're tired of hacky attempts at too cool for school meta commentary, Travis Touchdown is here to take gaming post-post-modern.
  45. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again has some undeniable lows but the No More Heroes charm and the prospect of co-op lift it up.
  46. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is certainly an oddball that I enjoyed. Suda51’s penchant for Western culture, mixed in with toilet humour and one-liners, makes for an enjoyable time. The game itself is very “samey” throughout the whole adventure, but looking past that and discovering a game that is very well-written, self-aware and funny makes it just beyond the cusp of recommendation.
  47. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis is back, but it tries to stretch out its low budget too much and ends up becoming quite simplistic and repetitive. It’s great for NMH and Suda51 fans, but it would’ve been nice having a shorter game with deeper and more diverse gameplay.
  48. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Touchdown's return is full of craziness, just as you would expect from Goichi Suda. Unfortunately, is also a repetitive and aesthetically disappointing action game.
  49. Jan 21, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has some fun references for longtime Suda 51 fans but ultimately is a merely okay top-down action game dripping with missed potential promised by its premise.
  50. Jan 17, 2019
    Crazy references to the pop culture and surrealistic narrative in other rare but interesting videogames made by Suda 51. Its repetitive gameplay and uninspired game design is notorious, but if you like the Suda's style, you may want to play it.
  51. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes still retains the talent of Suda 51 and it's esthetics, but if you're not a fan of his, you'll find the game rather boring - without mentioning the 4/3 aspect ratio during gameplay.
  52. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes ultimately fails in its implementation of a quirky idea, and that’s a real shame because combat sequences — specifically bosses — are a real delight. If you can stomach (all) the filler, it’s a decent title to go and have a hit in. That said, I’d much prefer a proper No More Heroes 3, Grasshopper.
  53. Jan 22, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes feels less like a passion project and more like an obligation to return to an old hit. It has some of the same style and punk feeling of the Wii original — but much less of it. Instead, it feels spread out far too thin, and the moments of tedium tend to outweigh the absurdity that made the previous game so enjoyable. There's some fun to be had here, and fans will probably be glad to get a chance to see Travis one more time, but it's certainly not the No More Heroes sequel they were waiting for. However, there are some hints that Travis Strikes Again is just a prelude to something more.
  54. 60
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has a tone flooded with immaturity and unoriginality, which is a shame because underneath it all is a solid combat system screaming to be recognised.
  55. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes lives in the contradiction of wanting to pay homage to the indie philosophy in a sincere and heartfelt way, without, however, drawing out qualities that are even minimally comparable to those of the titles he cites throughout his performance.
  56. Jan 16, 2019
    If you’re willing to play a decent brawler that’s regularly interrupted by junky D-grade platforming to get to the madness, you’ll get a lot out of it. If you’re looking for a gameplay tour-de-force instead of a weird trip, you should probably look elsewhere.
  57. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has Suda51’s eccentric charm, but the repetitive hack and slash gameplay doesn’t feel nearly as great as previous entries in the series.
  58. Jan 16, 2019
    This is not the return of No More Heroes you'd hoped for, but it at least shows signs of a series that still has life in it.
  59. Jan 16, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again has the right attitude, or at least an attitude you want to get behind. Yet it stumbles time and again with execution, taking an abundance of energy and squandering it in a game that’s often dull more than anything else. It's also frustrating when comparing the game to No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2. Travis Strikes again is not trying to be a direct follow-up, but those games still have a focus and flair that’s lacking here. By the time everything is over, it's hard to add up the experience in any sort of coherent way, and unfortunately, it's not even that entertaining of a trip.
  60. Feb 6, 2019
    As a fan of the No More Heroes and Suda51 in general, it pains me to see the series stumble in this way, as the insufferably dull combat and a cast of uninteresting villains has me pondering, “will there truly be no more heroes?”
  61. Edge Magazine
    Feb 1, 2019
    Suda has a punk attitude to amking games, so at this point we decide to adopt a punk attitude to playing them. We put down the controller, and walk away. [March 2019, p.114]
  62. Jan 28, 2019
    In its ten or so hours of gameplay, Travis Strikes Again throws up a messy concoction of minigames within a loose ‘main’ game that gets worse as you progress. The story is confusing and irrelevant, co-op is an afterthought and with muddy and jaggy visuals, it makes you wonder what the direction developer Grasshopper Manufacturer wanted to take with this spin-off. It’s clearly evident they didn’t know either.
  63. Jan 22, 2019
    It’s great to see more of Travis Touchdown, but it’s also a shame that he’s not in top form. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes isn’t necessarily a bad game… but it’s not a very good one either. Players who don’t have an appreciation for Suda’s trademark style or any emotional attachment to the series will undoubtedly wonder what the fuss is all about.
  64. Jan 18, 2019
    Hidden within Travis Strikes Again there are a few fun, unexpected, and outlandish moments. Some of the dialogue in the text adventure story sequences can be amusing, as are reading the fake classic game reviews you can collect. But even these are limited to only a handful of moments when you’re not in direct control of either Travis or Badman, and even they quickly begin to exhibit the same dual-traits of boring and over-played. In a game where you use toilets to save, fight with a lightsaber-like weapon, assassinate strange and odd characters in a world chock-full of pop culture references and absurdism – that’s strike three and four.
  65. Jan 16, 2019
    While I dug absolutely every facet of the game's aesthetics and the fact that I was finally able to get more No More Heroes after such a long wait, I didn't quite want it in this format. While it was clear at the start that this wouldn't be a core entry in the series, it's also bereft of much of what makes No More Heroes such an unforgettable and classic game in the first place. Technical issues, strange gameplay decisions, and an overall lackluster series of features make Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes an unworthy placeholder for the next entry in the series.
  66. Jan 16, 2019
    Not quite the glorious return we wanted for Travis Touchdown, for all of this game’s desire to be weird it does a better job of making itself uninteresting.
  67. Jan 18, 2019
    Loveless cobbled-together arcade brawler with only a few scenes showing the genius of Goichi Suda.
  68. Jan 16, 2019
    Fans might get a kick out of this self-aware spinoff, but its referential meta-jokes ultimately fall flat. Worse though is that it’s just not very much fun to play. It’s repetitive to the point of being tiresome, and not even its occasionally enjoyable boss battles save Travis Strikes Again from being dull and dreary.
  69. Feb 13, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a maddeningly repetitive experience and should be avoided at all costs.
  70. Jan 24, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a stale game that is hard to play through despite its short length.
  71. Jan 24, 2019
    Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes can be engaging and stylish when it wants to be. However, it rarely wants to be either of those things, and is instead content to be a bland, boring slog that never gets out of first gear.
  72. Jan 18, 2019
    Repetitive, dry, and inexplicably uninteresting, Travis Strikes Again is a massive misstep for a series with an otherwise solid track record. It's not so much the near complete abandonment of what made No More Heroes so appealing that plagues the hack n' slash, but the all-around drop in quality from the original duology.
  73. Jan 17, 2019
    A disappointing return for Suda51 whose shallow, repetitive action is not helped by a relentlessly unfunny script and tired pop culture references.
  74. Jan 16, 2019
    The disappointment is up to the punk, idiotic and meta fun that the first two No More Heroes provided. Admiring the independent scene that has revolutionized the video game in recent years, Suda51 gives the impression of having missed the hype train with this new, painful game.
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  1. Jan 16, 2019
    If the game's eight-hour runtime (which doesn't count returning to levels to find secrets) had been sliced in half, I'd be more likely to recommend any random passer-by flip through pages of text, confusedly laugh, and then enjoy a few sensational, memorable battles. Instead, I urge casual action fans to steel themselves for lousy pacing, disappointing co-op, and surprisingly fun text. If Suda51's singular sense of humor is your cup of tea (or, in this game's case, your bowl of ramen), you will likely forgive these lapses—and particularly appreciate some of TSA's crazier reveals.
  2. Jan 16, 2019
    [A limp arcade action game amidst a sea of mindless references, Travis Strikes Again fatally lacks the style of its predecessors. [Eurogamer Avoid]
  3. Jan 16, 2019
    I’m torn over Travis Strikes Again. I love the specific nostalgia in the story. I find it fascinating that Suda wanted to pay homage to all the creative indie games he loves by including their logos as collectible T-shirts, literally dozens of games including Papers, Please, The Messenger, Hatoful Boyfriend, and many more. I enjoy how Travis, an American otaku, badly mangles the pronunciation of “Itadakimasu” when he sits down for a bowl of ramen, or when he and his cat discuss how these lengthy text sequences are going to tank the game’s Metacritic score. In fact, all of these Suda51 hallmarks are what Travis Strikes Again really has going for it—it’s just the core of the gameplay itself is too thin to pin all this on.
  4. Jan 22, 2019
    Weirdly, Travis Strikes Again is at its best in those moments where players have the least control.
  5. Jan 17, 2019
    Words like “repetitive” and “bland” should never really be associated with a Grasshopper game, but Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a sadly repetitive and bland affair. A humdrum spinoff of No More Heroes, this self referential mundanity is a far cry from what makes Suda51’s work stand out.
  6. Jan 16, 2019
    It’s hard to nail down whether you should be playing this game, because it really depends on your tolerance for style over substance. The actual game itself is a fairly mindless hack and slash affair with little in the way of character upgrades or progression (a basic levelling system and collectable abilities aside), and while it’s perfectly entertaining to play it isn’t going to win any awards on that front. But in terms of its plot, its knowing humour, its countless references and its downright insanity, I’m confident in saying that you won’t play another game like this on the Switch. I absolutely loved it as a result of this and consider it one of the most entertaining games I’ve played in a while: if you’re more interested in depth than daftness, though, your mileage may vary.
User Score

Generally favorable reviews- based on 211 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Negative: 32 out of 211
  1. Jan 18, 2019
    Travis is back with a lot of Suda51 characters in cameo! Good story, nice visuals and music +really funny and intresting gameplay. AbsolutellyTravis is back with a lot of Suda51 characters in cameo! Good story, nice visuals and music +really funny and intresting gameplay. Absolutelly must have for all nintendo switch owners, i also by this console to play in it. Full Review »
  2. Jan 18, 2019
    I really love the arcade style setup. Where you have to perform to find skills, grind exp, fight bosses and get a rank at the end. And thereI really love the arcade style setup. Where you have to perform to find skills, grind exp, fight bosses and get a rank at the end. And there is also different tactics by how to take down certain enemies. And that is cool. But in the end it’s hack n’ slash. So you have to like something like Diablo I think.

    The art style in some places is fantastic as well. And I enjoy the music.

    I’m not done with the game yet. But so far I really dig it. It’s easy to pick up and you have a goal in the near future.
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  3. Jan 18, 2019
    Instant masterpiece, great gameplay, music and visuals. Welcome back Travis!