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Submitted by WolfLeBlack 386d ago | review

(WGB) Killer Is Dead - Review

Baden of WGB writes: "Me and Suda 51 have had a rocky relationship over the years. I’ve loved his work, hated it, and simply couldn’t get into some of it. Lollipop Chainsaw, the last game from the mind of Suda 51, fell firmly into the last category, a game that was, I felt, an okay hack ‘n’ slasher, but not something I could personally get in to for a variety of reasons. Now the madman himself is back with a new game that is, in some ways, like a spiritual successor to both Killer7 and No More Heroes. It’s flashy and crazy, but is it actually good?" (Killer is Dead, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

Concertoine  +   386d ago
This is definitely the impression i got from watching the game. It isnt explained at all and the genuinely interesting atmosphere isnt fleshed out the way it should have been. This is probably my least favorite of suda's games.

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