Nintendo Switch Port of Suda51's NO MORE HEROES Has Been Rated by Taiwanese Game Rating Board
According to the one and only Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee, the first entry in Goichi Suda's critically acclaimed No More Heroes game series will arrive on Nintendo Switch at some point in the future.
Taking into account that the very same rating board spoiled prematurely not only the existence of the Switch version of XCOM 2 Collection, Catherine: Full Body, and BioShock: The Collection, but also Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered and Mafia II: Definitive Edition, it's safe to say that No More Hero's Switch edition is real and will be officially announced by publisher Marvelous sooner rather than later.
Considering that the Wii game's enhanced version — No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise — made its debut on PS3 and X360 in 2010 — chances are that its Switch edition will be based on the 2007 title's newest port.
As a reminder, Suda 51 is currently focusing on No More Heroes 3 — coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch sometime this year — that will see the long-awaited return of Travis Touchdown to the Garden of Insanity.
At the time of this writing, Marvelous had not revealed any plans to bring 2007's No More Heroes to Switch.
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