KILLER IS DEAD by Goichi Suda and more #GIRLS 001

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Goichi Suda (須田 剛一 Suda Gōichi?, born January 2, 1968), also known as Suda 51, is the CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture and a former designer at Human Entertainment. The “51” in his nickname,Suda51, is a pun on his given name. In Japanese, “Go” means 5 and “ichi” means 1. His works include Moonlight SyndromeThe Silver CaseFlower, Sun and RainMichigankiller7, the No More Heroesseries, and most recently, Shadows of the Damned and Lollipop Chainsaw. He was known to make appearances wearing a lucha libre mask while promoting killer7. He has been called an “auteur” video game director.[1][2]

Suda and his studio also frequently collaborate with other developers, including creating the story sequences for the Wii title Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, Suda’s involvement in Super Smash Bros. Brawl (his nickname “Suda51” appears in the credits for the game’s “Subspace Emissary” mode), and a radio drama prequel to Snatcher with Hideo Kojima titled Sdatcher.

In August 2008, Electronic Arts announced a deal to publish Shadows of the Damned, an action horror game developed by Grasshopper in conjunction with Q Entertainment. The game was directed by Suda and produced by Shinji Mikami with music composed by Akira Yamaoka, and was released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in June 2011.

On January 26, 2010, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle for the Wii was released in North America, with successive releases in Europe and Japan later that year. It is one of the few Suda 51 directed franchises commercially successful enough to earn a sequel.

Suda 51

Suda 51

work(s) Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special
The Silver Case
killer7
No More Heroes
Shadows of the Damned
Lollipop Chainsaw
Goichi Suda

Goichi Suda

 

Killer Is Dead – Ladies & Locations Trailer

XSEED Games is pleased to reveal an all-new trailer for KILLER IS DEAD, the upcoming action title from renowned game creator Goichi Suda (aka SUDA51) and his GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE studio. Developed jointly by KADOKAWA GAMES and GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE, KILLER IS DEAD is an artistically-striking action game that is set in a contemporary world where biomechanical augmentations are increasingly common.

In this all-new trailer, fans can get a glimpse into the more suave side of executioner Mondo Zappa, and are introduced to “Mondo Girls” Natalia, Scarlett, Koharu. A new in-game location on the Moon — a key narrative element in the game’s storyline — is also shown.

Developed jointly by KADOKAWA GAMES and GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE, KILLER IS DEAD will be released in North America by XSEED Games in summer 2013. Deep Silver, the games label of Koch Media, will bring the title to the countries of Europe and Oceania. XSEED Games will reveal more information for KILLER IS DEAD in the coming months.

For more information on KILLER IS DEAD, visit:http://www.loveandkill.com

Additionally, fans can visit the game’s North American Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Killer…

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No More Heroes

Sylvia

Sylvia

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Scarlett

Scarlett

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Natalia – The Pheromone

Natalia

Natalia

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Killer

Killer

A new trailer has been released for Grasshopper Manufacture’s Killer is Dead, giving us a look at the various femme fatales in the life of protagonist Mondo Zappa. View more at the following link
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