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Old 04-13-2018, 01:09 AM   #1
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Suda51 says cool DLC planned for Travis Strikes Again, talks top-down view

Suda51 says “cool DLC” planned for Travis Strikes Again, talks top-down view and Switch being home for indies

At GDC this week, GamesRadar caught up with Suda51 for an interview. Suda51 spoke about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, including DLC as well as the game’s top-down perspective and how that affects the feel of violence. He also weighed in on Switch being a home for indie titles.

We’ve posted some excerpts from the interview below. For the full discussion, head on over to GamesRadar.

On whether he’ll try to add more game tie-ins after the launch of Travis Strikes Again…

It might be difficult to do some updates after launch, but we do plan on having some cool DLC, so maybe in conjunction with that we could find a way to put in new stuff.

On whether the pulled-out, top-down view affects the feel of the violence in the game…

It’s less about the perspective or where you put the camera, and more about the fact that this time, the game is a game within a game. It’s not about assassins killing one another, and everything that goes along with that. So because the style’s a little bit different, that’s probably where the portrayal of violence ends up being different.

On whether Switch has become the premiere console for indie games in general…

I’d love for that to be the case. The thing is, most creators grow up playing Nintendo. And there’s a special relationship between a lot of players and creators and Nintendo. So having a game that you create coming out on a Nintendo system is something of a dream come true. It’s like you’ve made it, in a way. So if this is the pattern and the cycle, it’s a great thing, and I’d love to see more of it. Even as a creator, just being able to create and release games on Nintendo is a cool feeling. I hope that in the future this grows and grows for Nintendo, as people have this special attachment to it as gamers.

Suda51 also said in the interview that he hopes to talk to the folks behind Superhot to have the game represented in Travis Strikes Again.
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Not sure this is going to be the game I was hoping for tbh.
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