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Suda 51 has said in the past (using typically scatological terms) that Grasshopper Manufacture has thought about making a No More Heroes 3. However, according to a Cubed3 interview with the designer, the studio has yet to start any kind of work on a new sequel. "Unfortunately, the story for Travi...

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Grasshopper Manufacture CEO Goichi "Suda 51" Suda has made himself a target for fans angered by a recent display of perceived censorship in the European version of upcoming sword swinger, No More Heroes. Much like its Japanese counterpart, No More Euros has been scrubbed clean of blood, rewarding ...

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Director Suda 51 established one cold hard fact with his 2005 sleeper hit, Killer 7: every living person is composed of chunks of blood that explode jubilantly, like a blood piñata, when that person is killed. Though it contradicts the professional opinions of most anatomists, we are string...

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Whether or not you enjoyed Killer 7, you can probably agree that it's a good thing that oddball titles like that are not only available, but localized for English-speaking markets. If so, you have another reason to celebrate today as Ubisoft has announced that they'll be publishing Suda 51's fo...

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Remember that rumor we reported on yesterday involving an odd number of assassins and their possible porting over to the Wii? Of course you do, we brought it back up this morning. Well, it would seem all of our talk about this is unwarranted, as Capcom has confirmed through a posting on its European...

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With all this talk of a possible remake (can we get a sequel?) of Killer 7, we find ourselves once again dealing with the idea of games on rails. It seems to be one of those things gamers either love or hate -- never something that's just okay. But we've got to ask: where do you stand? Do you feel d...

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Capcom's European website has something kind of interesting tucked away on one of its pages. It seems to be a listing for Killer 7 on the Wii, leading us to wonder if the company isn't planning a port for the Wii. Of course, porting over Resident Evil 4 makes sense, considering the game received man...

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He's got a weird name, he makes weird, violent games, and he's got really, really cool friends. He's also writing the Snatcher radio drama, which makes him our best friend. Grasshopper Manufacture's Suda 51 applies a punk-rock philosophy to game design, and the results are always interesting. He se...

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This weird-looking t-shirt with the phrase "NO MORE HEROES" was spotted in Japan recently. Just from looking at the shirt, we have no idea if it's related to the Wii game, but the 4cr poster who purchased it seemed to think so, indicating that it is part of a line of No More Heroes shirts. We'd li...

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The Wii is a very social console. From the marketing campaign to the pack-in, everything about it is designed to get a bunch of people together and interacting in the same room. It can even be fun to have a group together for single-player games, with everyone helping out and enjoying the events of ...

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Suda 51's first games as part of Grasshopper Manufacture are being remade for the DS. The games, called The Silver Case and The Silver Case Ward 25, were originally released for the Playstation and mobile phones, respectively. Suda revealed this fact during his GDC keynote "Punk's Not Dead". Both a...

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Goichi Suda, who you might recognize as Suda 51, recently sat down and talked with IGN about his company's upcoming game No More Heroes. Being developed by Grasshopper Manufacture, who were responsible for the stylish Killer 7, No More Heroes is aiming to be "as violent, or even more violent than Ma...

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Having the inside scoop, Gamasutra reports that Peter Molyneux, Killer 7's Goichi Suda, and a team of Final Fantasy XII developers led by Taku Murata are joining the GDC 2007 lineup. Molyneux, well known for his mastery of hype-building (and subsequent apologies), will by lecturing on Fable 2, musin...

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Who reads the back of the box? Well, someone has. That someone is Baron, a NeoGAF poster who reports that his GameCube Killer 7 box clearly displays the address: www.killer7.com (pictured). This is a porn site. Oops ... typo? Note: one poster reports that his PAL box displays "www.killer-7.com," whi...

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Back in July, we posted a "leaked" trailer of Heroes for your viewing pleasure. The link has since been taken down, at the request of the publisher. At TGS, however, Suda 51's newest masterpiece was once again brought into the light. Anyone who's played their previous title, Killer 7, knows exactly ...

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