No More Heroes is on a new and somewhat unexpected platform, Amazon Luna. The service’s official Twitter account revealed the Goichi “Suda51” Suda game is now part of the service’s library. Anyone participating in its early access phase can now try it out.

Here’s the No More Heroes Amazon Luna announcement trailer. It offers a peek again at Travis Touchdown’s chance to become the number one assassin in the United Assassins Association by killing the other members.

For those unfamiliar with it, Amazon Luna is a cloud-based way to play games and similar to Google Stadia. People in the United States taking part in the Early Access version of it can play it on PCs, mobile devices for $5.99 per month. (Though, there is also an Ubisoft+ plan for $14.99.) 

No More Heroes is immediately available on the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Switch worldwide. You can also find it on the Xbox 360 in Japan. People in the US with Amazon Luna can now play No More Heroes on supported devices. The next entry in the series, No More Heroes III, will come to the Nintendo Switch in 2021.