Kadokawa Games (via the European publisher Deep Silver) released a very sizable batch of information, screenshots and renders about Grasshopper Manufacture's upcoming game Killer is Dead.
Amazing screenshots, the game looks awesome. I'm really looking forward to this.
Looks like a cross between Killer 7 and NMH. Is Suda making an assassin trilogy or something?
Creating a monopoly.
Have Bayonetta proportions become the hot thing in Japan? That girl's head is way too small for her body height.
Violence and sex, gotta love it. Good to see a game not take itself to seriously.
I'm excited for this game.
Unfortunately the site is now down due to unforeseen server provider troubles. I uploaded the screenshots here http://www.flickr.com/photo... and a a screenie of the body of the article here: http://farm9.staticflickr.c... since the downtime is being longer than expected. At least you can access and enjoy it while the site goes back up. Apologies for the inconvenience people.
You're doing God's work. +Bubble
Looks awesome. Would be sweet if this came to the Vita.
Not bad, not bad at all.
This would work out better as a porn movie. No need to waste money making this into a game. Lollipop Chainsaw was enough.
No, this will be better than a porn movie. Period.
even tho Nintendo got shafted with this... I preordered. the release is sometime in August.
Need, this, now.
I guess actually getting some modest traffic is enough to put down a website. Who knew?
Everyone in that universe is 7ft tall and thin as a rail?
Suda 51 is a pervert! I'm not putting game quality in question but i think a game should stay a game sometimes parents are sitting and watching and by respect i dont want scenes like these on screen.
I believe this game target are for mature / adult audience only and not for kids. So you should playing games that not make your parents screaming 'hey that tits are not healthy for our kids eyes!' or something like that. Peace, no offense.
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