No More Heroes is more punk than the Pistols

We've played it. It's anarchy.

Travis Touchdown just does not care

A major factor in defining any game’s personality is its protagonist. In Travis Touchdown, No More Heroes has a killer statement of intent.

Travis is not heroic, but importantly he’s also far from your glowering vengeful videogame anti-hero too. Simply put, Travis is just some slacker with time on his hands and an urge to make a nuisance of himself. No deep back story, no mission to save the world, and no reason whatsoever to risk his life wasting hundreds of trained killers other than that it sounds like it could be fun, it’s better than getting a real job, and it’d be cool to say he did it. When the rest of your life revolves around watching porn, trying to get laid and playing with your cat, it’s good to have some outside interests.


Long-time GR+ writer Dave has been gaming with immense dedication ever since he failed dismally at some '80s arcade racer on a childhood day at the seaside (due to being too small to reach the controls without help). These days he's an enigmatic blend of beard-stroking narrative discussion and hard-hitting Psycho Crushers.
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