No More Heroes 3: latest video showcases Defense Missions and Bike Missions

Back in July, Marvelous began sharing some videos for No More Heroes 3, showcasing some of the elements and gameplay mechanics of the game. The first one was about the Beam Katana (and the unique way to recharge its batteries), the second one showcased two mechanics of the battle system (Emergency Evade and Weapon Clash), the third one was about Slashes & Death Blows, the fourth one about Death Kick & Death Force, the fifth one about Death Rain & Death Slow, the sixth one about Mustang Mode & Throw Mode, the seventh one about Full Armor Travis, the eigth one about Retry Roulette, the ninth one about DonMai Sushi and Toilet Saves, the tenth one Santa Destroy and Thunder Dome, the eleventh one Perfect World and Call of Battle, the twelfth one Neo Brazil & Damon Tower, the thirteenth one Toilet Rescue and Lawn Mowing, and the fourteenth Garbage Collecting and Coast Guard.

The latest video showcases two more missions you can tackle in order to earn enough money to enter ranked battles: Defense Missions and Bike Missions.

Defense Missions are fairly straightforward: some nasty aliens are in dire need of guidance, and who better to teach them a good life lesson than a first-class assassin? In those missions, your goal is quite simple: defeat waves of aliens using your trusted Beam Katana and your suplex moves.

As for Bike Missions, they task you with teaching some reckless drivers about the rules of the road. How? By ramming them with your Schpeltiger motorbike, of course! Be careful though: there’s a time limit, and you need to get to the white car before time runs out. Don’t worry, you can extend the time limit by wrecking the other cars on the way.

Here’s the video:

And here’s a YouTube playlist with all the videos shared up until today:

No More Heroes 3 (Switch) comes out on August 27th worldwide.


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