Yesterday, The Good Life, the next project by Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro, failed to meet its crowdfunding goal on Fig. In a letter to fans, SWERY announced the project would move to Kickstarter.
A trailer for Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro’s upcoming game The Good Life released today. The strange game involving a town full of inhabitants who turn into cats at night is just another story by a developer well known for quirky concepts.
When you have a chance to chat with eccentric D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die and Deadly Premonition designer Swery65, you could talk about video games. Or not.
D4 is like a bizarro-world version of Heavy Rain, a weird mixture of the mundane and the insane – but it's got a lot of problems.
If you were one of the fans who helped make last-gen weirdo thriller Deadly Premonition a cult hit, then you're going to have a very good weekend. That's because D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die—the next game from Deadly Premonition creator Swery—comes on Friday.
Microsoft considered delaying some Xbox One launch games and even holding Halo 4 for their new console before committing to last week's unusually diverse and rich day-one Xbox One line-up, the company's head of game development told Kotaku. And now Microsoft is planning to give early adopters a lot more to…
Dark Dreams Don't Die, or D4, is an Xbox One exclusive episodic game that tells the story of a time-traveling detective trying to solve and prevent the murder of his wife. Japanese game designer Hidetaka Suehiro, or Swery, is developing this game.
D4, a cel-shaded, episodic murder mystery from designer Hidetaka Suehiro (Swery65), the creator of Deadly Premonition, will be coming to Xbox One, Microsoft just announced. That's it's trailer above.