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In-depth Review: Killer is Dead - Electronic Theatre

Videogames have long been clamouring for celebrities, faces to put behind the videogames in order to allow fandom to follow. Shigeru Miyamoto is arguably the defining example of a person who stands above their creations as a seal of quality, but there are others who mean much to gamers on a global scale. Many are commonly celebrated as an auteur, with the likes of Hideo Kojima and Cliff Blezsinski considered the videogame equivalent of Oliver Stone and Michael Bay. SUDA51, then, in unquestionably the Stanley Kubrick that videogames need; tearing apart standardised design and forcing it to reflect back on itself in a way that no other can.

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