If you’re new here and that sounds like nonsense, don’t worry, it is. The stories in this series are vehicles for breaks in the fourth wall, bizarre twists and sudden shifts in play style. “No More Heroes 3” excels on that count, throwing in a dizzyingly silly barrage of multimedia interjections, from a Ghibli-style animation sequence that sets the plot rolling, to a playable 80s-style scrolling beat ‘em up, a visual novel side-quest and nods to Akira, Gundam, Zelda and Final Fantasy. And if you ever wanted a crash course on the work of Takashi Miike, you’ve come to the right place. For Japanophile Easter egg hunters, this will likely be a dream come true.