Grasshopper Manufacture’s No Extra Heroes III is coming to different codecs, it has been revealed.
Earlier No Extra Heroes titles have adopted the same path, launching first on Nintendo programs earlier than being launched on different codecs.
We awarded the sport 8/10, saying:
No Extra Heroes III has the faults of each its mainline predecessors – it’s just a little extra tedious than No Extra Heroes 2, and rather less significant than No Extra Heroes. It makes up for this, nonetheless, by being one other inarguably spectacular, balls-to-the-wall carnage-fest, a blood-spattered love letter to extra, and a Suda51 fan’s moist dream splashed throughout the Swap. The story it tells is cool. The sport it performs is cool. Neither of those essential features attain the heights of the collection’ Nintendo Wii origins, however no person who really will get No Extra Heroes may fairly be disillusioned with this third incarnation. The joke’s starting to put on skinny, nevertheless it’s all within the telling. And Suda51 can nonetheless spin a really effective yarn.