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Suda51: No Plans For No More Heroes 3, Interested In New Killer7

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Posted May 24, 2010 - By Jake Gaskill

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

Grasshopper Manufacture head Suda51 said that his wildy wild action sequel No More Heroes 2 will most likely be the last in the series.

"Unfortunately, the story for Travis alone is completed in No More Heroes 2," Suda51 recently told Cubed3 (via Destructoid) in an interview. “I am very curious about his life after this; however, we have no plan for No More Heroes 3.”

He went on to say that while he would be opposed to a full on remake of his pre-NMH game, Killer7, “if I get the opportunity, I am certainly interested in making a new Killer7.”


Suda51 could be downplaying the possibility of a No More Heroes 3 just to keep people from constantly hounding him about it. Or he could really just be done with the series creatively and wants to move on to something new. It’s hard to say if we’ll find out more at E3 in a few weeks, but if we do, you’ll definitely hear about it.

Source: Destructoid

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