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No More Heroes series finished with Wii

Future games "need a new platform".

Goichi Suda reckons No More Heroes has the potential to become a "big franchise", but he believes he's taken the series as far as he can on Nintendo Wii.

"I really want to make NMH a big franchise, and with this second episode have bigger success. I'm putting a lot of care into developing this IP, as I feel there's a lot of potential," Suda told Edge in its latest issue (thanks MTV).

"I think this is the last NMH that is going to be developed on Wii. To expand NMH to new possibilities, we need a new platform. Wii is a great platform, but we've done everything we can with it now."

Desperate Struggle is due out later this year, and was unveiled around the time of the Tokyo Game Show last year, when we spoke to Suda about its development.

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