No More Heroes III – Kimmy Howell and Destroyman artworks

New five-minute trailer currently in the works.

Grasshopper Manufacture shared new artwork and information of No More Heroes III during an IGN Japan live stream today.

While previous No More Heroes games have had references and trivia bits that may have been a bit hard to understand, No More Heroes III lowers the bar in that respect—Marvel movie level was used as an example.

Kimmy Howell from No More Heroes 2 will appear in No More Heroes III. She is designed by Bayonetta character designer Mari Shimazaki. In No More Heroes III, Kimmy Howell has graduated college, and while training to defeat Travis Touchdown, she ends up somehow becoming a diva.

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Destroyman will also appear. He is designed by Skan Srisuwan of Thai studio Studio HIVE. He has three different stages.

—Destroyman MPD (Mass Produced).

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—Destroyman MPD-T (Trueface).

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—Final Destroyman. According to Grasshopper Manufacture CEO Goichi Suda, while this stage will not appear in No More Heroes III, he will definitely appear in a potential No More Heroes 4.

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A new five-minute trailer for No More Heroes III is currently in production.

No More Heroes III is due out for Switch in 2020.

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