No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle were two of the Wii’s quirkiest games and now, their quirkiness is coming to yet another platform. Both action titles are headed to the PC through Steam on June 9. They will cost $20 each, but will be 10% off through June 15 to celebrate the launch.
The two hack-and-slash games are getting a handful of enhancements, too. Both will support HD resolutions, 60 frames per second gameplay, and have Steam Cloud support. Grasshopper Manufacture did not give any more specific details about the ports.
No More Heroes and its sequel have been on a couple platforms since their original launches. After debuting on the Wii in 2007 in Japan and 2008 in North America, the first game was repackaged for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011, which gave it an HD makeover and more traditional controller support (although the PS3 version supported the PlayStation Move). It then made its way to the Switch, Amazon Luna, and PC alongside its sequel. No More Heroes 2 has yet to come to another non-Nintendo console.
The spin-off Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes launched on the Switch in early 2019, but then also came to the PS4 and PC in October of the same year. No More Heroes III is still slated to be a Switch exclusive for its eventual launch, but all of these ports within the series likely means it won’t stay that way for long.