Of course the old-school SNES version of Tarantino's Kill Bill would be a fast-paced hack 'n' slash with huge boss fights and little mini-games.
If Japanese companies are going to use English, "dick" might be a good word to give the shaft.
It's been nearly a decade since Kill Bill Vol. 1 was released. Yet, the film's most complex and most gruesome scene, the House of Blue Leaves showdown, is still burned in viewers' minds.
Capcom, the game maker behind Resident Evil, held its Tokyo Game Show event at a restaurant called Gonpachi, because it said it wanted to give the foreign press a "Japanese experience". But Gonpachi is much more than that.
Well, we've seen a Kill Bill Guitar Hero guitar before, so a 360 casemod is not all that surprising. But this one is very well done and, furthermore, was accomplished by Kotakuite Chu Boi, who shows his work on his blog. It's got some great touches, such as the blood spatter across the faceplate, and the stenciled…