A sixth grader in Gunma Prefecture, Japan recently discovered a pink grasshopper—which is "extremely rare." It and the boy ended up on NHK, the country's equivalent of the BBC.
Weekly Famitsu celebrated its 1,234th issue this week with an interview with several game creators abouth their thoughts on the future. Among the creators were Capcom's Hideaki Itsuno, Grasshopper Manufacture's Gouichi Suda, and Tecmo Koei's Kenichi Ogasawara
It's finally time. Welcome to the last Kotaku Game Club discussion of Shadows of the Damned. Today we're talking about Act 5, the game's ending and our final thoughts.
We're talking about Shadows of the Damned for the last time tomorrow. Come to Kotaku at 4pm eastern to discuss the game's ending. Also, I want to know to what game you guys think we should talk about next!
It's that time again, folks. Welcome back to the Kotaku Game Club. Today we're going to discuss Act 4 of Shadows of the Damned.
Welcome back, Game Clubbers! Today, we're moving forward to Act 3 of Shadows of the Damned.
According to an official statement, Grasshopper Manufacture, the studio behind No More Heroes, raised $80,000 for quake relief via a fundraising event, a charity app and auctions.
Last Friday afternoon, an earthquake with a magnitude of 9.0 rocked north-east Japan. Minutes later, the coastline was hit with a tsunami, leaving death and destruction in its wake.
Japanese games impresario Goichi Suda, creator of No More Heroes and Shadows of the Damned, and his studio Grasshopper Manufacture will bring an all-new title exclusively to the Xbox 360, titled "Codename D." (Skittles? Is that you?)
This is Shadows of the Damned, a new game from No More Heroes' Goichi Suda and former Capcom mastermind Shinji Mikami. It's rock n' roll meets Resident Evil.
These "erotic portraits" of Sylvia Christel are part of a Japanese pre-order bonus for upcoming title No More Heroes: Paradise.
What's this then? Another glimpse of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle? And right before E3? Does that mean we're about to learn much more about the game?
Gamasutra has a nice five page interview up with David DeMartini of EA Partners, the Electronic Arts division that has released games like Rock Band, Crysis, The Orange Box, and, uh, Hellgate: London in the past year. It's a pretty wide ranging chat, from discussions of the challenges the come with working with…
This week's Famitsu has a look at the Nintendo published surivival horror Zero ~Tsukihami no Kamen~ AKA Fatal Frame IV. The Wii game is being directed by Tecmo's Makoto Shibata and Grasshopper's Goichi Suda. While Shibata worked on the previous Fatal Frame games, Suda was roped in to work on Fatal Frame IV. Hit the…