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  • Blog Post: Suda51 Discusses His Favorite Games Of 2013

    Grasshopper Manufacture was kind enough to invite us over to its office during a trip to Tokyo, Japan earlier this year. We sat down to chat with famed game maker, Goichi Suda (a.k.a. Suda51), creator of Killer7 and No More Heroes. Suda reminisces about his favorite games of 2013 and reveals his favorite... More
  • Blog Post: Cult Classics – Shadows Of The Damned

    What do you get when you put the perverted mind of No More Heroes' Suda51, the masterful gameplay design of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, and the musical stylings of Silent Hill's Akira Yamaoka? A witty, sophomoric, intense adventure that not enough people played. Shadows of the Damned... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Lollipop Chainsaw

    After attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles last week, the Game Informer staff returned to work to discover a new type of zombie game. Although a chainsaw is used to mutilate the undead, sparkles and rainbows are more prevalent than blood and severed limbs in Grasshopper Manufacture's... More
  • Blog Post: In Defense Of Japanese Games

    No one is shocked when I tell them that two of my top three games of all time were created in Japan (Super Mario Bros. 3 and Final Fantasy VI, for the record). Why should that be surprising? The Japanese side of the industry has produced some incredible games – in the past. In recent years, I’ve... More
  • Blog Post: Reiner And Phil Play Shadows Of The Damned

    We're a bit late on this one because I was on vacation, but both Reiner and I really liked Shadows of the Damned, the quirky third-person shooter from Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami and No More Heroes creator Suda51. Since we both like it so much, we couldn't help but record a video sharing... More
  • Blog Post: Afterwords: No More Heroes 2

    The original No More Heroes garnered fairly lukewarm feelings around the office, but we were genuinely impressed by the huge number of improvements and refinements visible in No More Heroes 2. Looking to discover how they went about making the game so much better, we talked with Goichi Suda (i.e. Suda51... More
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