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Gi - Killer is Dead E3 Impressions

Gi - XSeed Games came to play at E3 2013 with a playable demo of the latest SUDA 51 joint, Killer is Dead. In January, GungHo Entertainment announced the acquisition of Grasshopper Manufacture so Killer is Dead will be the last game from the house of Suda as a freelancing studio. While both XSeed and Grasshopper have had some acquisition/merger shake-ups since the game’s announcement in April, everything that XSeed has released about the game — from the surreal trailers to character art and screenshots — has been highly promising. While most gamers were lukewarm on Lollipop Chainsaw, fans of the developer felt encouraged by the Killer7 meets No More Heroes’ art style for Killer is Dead. The game is seemingly going back to the roots of what made Grasshopper and Suda 51′s game so memorable, iconic and unpredictable. (E3, Killer is Dead, PS3)

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