Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was announced last month and will be headed to the Switch early next year. Speaking with the game’s director, Goichi “Suda51” Suda, Kotaku got to hear some of his thoughts on Nintendo’s newest console. According to Kotaku, Suda51 was initially “shocked” when he saw the Switch and called it a “punk console.” He also feels like the Switch is sort of like a “challenge from Nintendo.”
Here is Suda51’s full commentary on the Switch:
“The Switch is a punk console. I was shocked by it. I thought, whoever made this must have something wrong with them. In a positive way. This guy must be messed up in the head to think of something like this.
It’s kind of like a challenge from Nintendo. This is what we’ve got now—what are you gonna do with it?
It started when they took it out of the box. They were pulling out the parts one at a time, and showing me, okay, this clicks onto here, you take it off like this. I thought, okay, this really punk console needs a really punk game.”
To read more from the interview, you can go here.
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will release early 2018 for the Nintendo Switch.