The Taiwanese Rating Board has recently posted a listing for a port for the original No More Heroes coming to Nintendo Switch.
Originally released in 2008 for the Wii, the cult-favorite hack-and-slash has risen high on the list as possible candidates for a re-release on Nintendo’s latest console/handheld hybrid. The idea grew ever more popular after series director Goichi Suda (better known as Suda51 to his fans) mentioned in an interview with Nintendeal that he has begun discussing the possibility of a Switch port for No More Heroes with publisher Marvelous.
With the appearance of a rating with Marvelous listed as a publisher, it seems those talks were successful. Though we have no confirmation on a release date for the port, any game receiving a rating usually means that development is close to completing. This could indicate that we could see a No More Heroes Switch port sooner than expected.
The No More Heroes franchise seems to be on the rise as of late, as we have also seen various teases from Suda51 regarding the upcoming No More Heroes 3. Currently, the game has a release window of 2020, with no exact date announced as of yet.
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