“The Switch is a punk console,” says game director Goichi Suda, aka Suda 51. “I was shocked by it. I thought, whoever made this must have something wrong with them. In a positive way. This guy must be messed up in the head to think of something like this.”
If I could dig my Wii out from wherever it’s hiding to replay No More Heroes and its sequel, I would. Since that’s impossible, I’ll instead ask: What better way to celebrate the return of Travis Touchdown than by listening to some killer tracks from this gem of a series?
The No More Heroes series is back for Nintendo Switch with Travis Strikes Again. Suda 51 returns as director in a game that sees Travis Touchdown having to enter a killer virtual reality machine and defeat the games’ bosses. It’ll have collaborations with other indie games like Hotline Miami. Coming 2018.
Travis Touchdown saves the game by taking a dump. And Jack? Jack...he’s a psycho maniac. The irreverent humor of No More Heroes and MadWorld is just so bad, it’s good.
The last time we saw Let It Die, the upcoming PS4 title from No More Heroes creator Goichi Suda, was back in 2014. Here’s the latest look, which has more protective headgear than the previous trailer.
Running through a dark heavy world, wielding a katana and cybernetic arm, and battling shadowy twisted freaks. You are Mondo Zappa, executioner for the Bryan Execution Firm, out to kill criminals and assassins. Welcome to the world of Killer is Dead, the latest game from the mind of Suda 51. The game is currently…
The first years of the new millennium brought us the seventh generation of video game consoles, and with that came a whole new family of attractive men and women. With new evolutions, this decade introduced the start of increasingly realistic-looking characters.
Guild 01 for the 3DS was released last year as an anthology of games by 4 notable game creators. One of those games in particular is getting its own spin-off.
At the end of January, it was announced that GungHo Online Entertainment would be acquiring Grasshopper Manufacture, developer of artistically unique games like Killer 7, the No More Heroes series, Lollipop Chainsaw, and the upcoming Killer is Dead. Now, roughly two months later, they're working on their first game…
Killer Is Dead is the upcoming action game from the folks behind No More Heroes and Killer7. The game follows 35 year-old Mondo Zappa, a suit-wearing executioner responsible for taking out heinous criminals with a katana.
Goichi Suda, the man behind No More Heroes and Killer 7 (above), is working on a new game called Killer Is Dead. According to the upcoming issue of Famitsu, Suda is directing this assassin title. The game apparently takes its cues from both Killer 7 and No More Heroes. Killer Is Dead, however, is an original game.
Yusuke Kozaki is a Japanese artist who, aside from work on comics and anime, has also done some stuff for the No More Heroes series of games. He's also done character design on the latest Fire Emblem game, Awakening.
Woody Allen once said that the reason why he makes a new game every year is so that his movies don't become events. A steady stream ensures that the hits don't become that big of a deal. Ditto for the failures.
Venerated anime Neon Genesis Evangelion is being reborn on the PSP as Rebuild of Evangelion: Sound Impact.
If you purchased the first edition of No More Heroes Red Zone Edition, you got some special content, such as the ability to move the camera around in a "Forbidden Viewer Mode" as well as four types of beam katanas.
Lollipop Chainsaw, the up-and-coming zombie killing cheerleader game, is being designed by Japanese game developer Grasshopper Manufacture of No More Heroes fame. It's being written by a guy from St. Louis.
A social game version of No More Heroes for Japan's Mobage called No More Heroes Royal is incoming. NMH creator Goichi Suda said he aims to make the bloodiest social game. [Famitsu]