Suda teases No More Heroes 3 for Wii U

Grasshopper Manufacture boss Goichi “Suda 51” Suda said in the past that No More Heroes 3 would be developed for the next Nintendo console. With the curtains lifted on Wii U, Destructoid decided to remind him.

“Of course, yeah,” said Suda during the interview, awkwardly laughing. His PR girl gave him a nod. “I promise to not break your heart,” he assured.

“I was at the Nintendo booth yesterday and today, and I actually had a chance to take the Wii U into my own hands. And as soon as I grabbed it things started swirling in my head.”

Suda shared a small snippet of an idea for No More Heroes 3.

“I don’t know if it’s going to be one male character,” he teased, suggesting Travis Touchdown will not be the only protagonist. “It seems like maybe there’s a possibility that I may come up with some ideas.

“I’ll leave it at that for now,” he concluded, “we’ll see what happens. Of course I can’t reveal who that guy is in my head.”

Don’t expect No More Heroes 3 anytime soon. Earlier this year, Suda said a third No More Heroes is definite, but that “it won’t happen soon.”

Thanks, Eurogamer.

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