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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Travis is living the trailerpark dream in the rural South when Badman comes knocking to avenge his daughter, Bad Girl. It looks like Game Over for Travis when both of them are sucked into the legendary Death Drive Mk II games console. This time, the games are taking the fight to you! The characters of the Death Drive Mk II's diverse game library aren't going to go down without a fight! Slice your way through them with all the beam charging, pro-wrestling-finisher action you know and love – turned up to 11. Burn through your skill gauge and link special and regular attacks for some kick-ass combos! Mix-up your approach and own your playstyle. Play as Travis, Badman and – if you're a bad enough dude – maybe Shinobu and Bad Girl, too! KEY FEATURES Exhilarating Action Spanning Multiple Game Worlds The legendary games console, the Death Drive Mk. II has a diverse games library that you can play! But each of those games has its own hero who might not be happy to see Travis, and each game’s world is drastically different from the others.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Required playing before you even bother picking up NMH3.

Review from Steam

Travis schlong not being rendered in his model because it will literally break the fabric of reality. Good game tho. Can’t wait to see how the sudaverse ends in NMH 3

Review from Steam

wtf just happened

Review from Steam

*proceeds to get spam stunned in the middle of combat by my friend* proceeds to do the same thing back next level. very good game 9/10 still not as good as Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 1 + 2

Review from Steam

This is no paradise.
All right. Then what is it?
A place to die.

Review from Steam

gameplay is honestly pretty meh but the writing makes it all worth it.

Review from Steam

A ton of fun start to finish. Great soundtrack, fun story, charming writing, and just a ton of really noteworthy art and character designs from player characters, bosses, and the plethora of enemy types you end up fighting. This game oozes style in some of the best ways possible, those boss fights alone are no doubt worth your time. Travis Strikes Again is just one of those games thats filled with a ton of love and passion from the guys who made it, so much so even when its at its worst moments its hard not to have a good time. A ton of content here to check out, and the whole game being co-op just makes it all even better.
You should play it, even if you don't think you want to.