The abilities of Travis Touchdown and other United Assassins Associations members may have seemed supernatural in past No More Heroes games, but No More Heroes 3 kicks things up a notch.
The free map element returns in No More Heroes 3 and is something of a mixed bag.
But I think what No More Heroes 3 does best is completely and wholeheartedly embrace its aesthetic.
During normal No More Heroes 3 encounters, your sword-fighting and abilities to manage fighting foes is put to the test.
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