Suda51 talks further about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes’ ending, wants to make an announcement at E3
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has a pretty interesting ending. We won’t get into it for spoiler reasons, but if you want to learn more, you can find our original post here. Basically: you’ll want to pay attention to what happens after the credits.
Gamereactor was able to ask director Suda51 further about the ending, and was told that it was inspired by “the gaudy, in-your-face endings you see in the Marvel Cinematic Universe”. He also spoke about wanting to make some sort of announcement at E3 in June.
Here’s a rough translation of Suda51’s comments from Google Translate:
“I wanted to make the final scene so that it was a mix between a teaser and those shocking endings that you let loose all over your face in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I wanted to send a very strong message to the fans, so I put out a demo that we used for research and development.”
“My level of English is not very good, so I do not catch the reactions as it should, and I would be very happy that both the fans and the new players were excited and excited about all this, but doing TSA promotions lately I’ve realized how complicated it can be to allude to a possible sequel.”
“What you saw was just a bit of work that is still going through the R & D process, and we’re going to really work hard to make ‘3’ come true.”
“I’m also going to Los Angeles for E3 this year, and it had not been going for quite some time, and I really hope to be able to make some kind of announcement there, so we will continue to work hard to be at the height of everyone’s expectations.”