No More Heroes 3 Reveals Bizarre Trailer At The Game Awards (VIDEO)
Official word has been relatively quiet since No More Heroes 3 made its glorious reveal back at E3 2019, the game teasing yet another strange and supremely action-packed entry in the Suda51 series. While little has been revealed about the game as of yet, the gist appears to pose protagonist Travis Touchdown against some sort of otherworldly invader. It appears we may have met these teased homicidal beings at The Game Awards, shown off in a particularly bizarre fashion.
At first depicting what appears to be a wholesome alien adventure in the like of E.T., harkening back to the classic film as it shows a boy saying goodbye to his departing alien friend. As the scene cuts to decades later, the kid is shown as a grown adult witnessing the return of his intergalactic companion. However, his friend packs a homicidal attitude hangs around a monstrously violent gang with aspirations of becoming a “Goddamn Superhero.” Of course, this mention of “hero” business is when Travis shows up, revealing these strange happenings as the latest trailer for No More Heroes 3. Check it out below.
The trailer’s fake-out nature and such bizarre-looking alien designs are sure to come as a welcome surprise, as the move is undeniably on-brand for Suda51. This footage was only just one surprising reveal shown off at this year’s Game Awards, having also debuted new trailers for PS4 title Ghost of Tsushima, the long-brewing Final Fantasy VII remake as well as no shortage of game debuts. A next-gen Hellblade game was confirmed in the works, the next Xbox finally received a name, and a horrific woods-set survival title was revealed as Sons of the Forest.
No More Heroes 3 releases for Nintendo Switch sometime in 2020.
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