Engine Software Behind No More Heroes Nintendo Switch Ports

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Screenshot

Goichi “Suda51” Suda has confirmed that Engine Software was behind porting No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle to Nintendo Switch.

The game designer expressed that he was “super grateful to the porting specialists,” whose efforts now mean that the Grasshopper Manufacture-developed action-adventure games are now available on the portable home console.

Each game is priced at £17.99 ($19.99), with a 10 percent launch discount available until 15th November 2020.

No More Heroes

After being ranked #11 in the United Assassins Association, Travis Touchdown puts his trusty beam katana to the test as he faces off against the world’s top 10 assassins in deadly battle.

It’s a long way to the top, but this all-American otaku won’t stop until he’s the #1 assassin, baby!

Key Features:

  • Burn rubber through the coastal city of Santa Destroy on Travis’ motorbike, the Schpeltiger!
  • Unlock a devastating arsenal of pro-wrestling moves—from Power Bombs to Brain Busters.
  • Unleash the powerful Dark Side to mow down the competition and show ’em who’s boss!

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

Three years after Travis Touchdown was ranked #1 by the United Assassins Association, he finds himself falling down the ranks to #51. To make things worse, another assassin—Skelter Helter—swears revenge against Travis for the death of his brother.

Fueled by his own desires and a thirst for vengeance, the ultimate otaku assassin unsheathes his beam katana once again and plunges headfirst into an all-new battle!

Key Features:

  • Dual-wield beam katanas as Travis Touchdown to dial the hack-and-slash insanity up to 11!
  • Jump through combat as the agile Shinobu or leave foes in the dust as Travis’ brother, Henry.
  • Experience a blast from the past by playing 8-bit minigames to earn money and power up!
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