During Sony’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference which is currently being held in Japan Grasshopper Manufacture and Gung Ho Online Entertainment showcased a trailer of their upcoming PS4 exclusive Let It Die.
Lovin it, definitely on the radar, reminds me of Twisted Metal minus the cars.
I think it looks terrible. I can't believe they traded Lily Bergamo which had an amazing art style for this? This may just be the first Suda/grasshopper manufacture game I don't play based on what I've seen thus far.
Lily Bergamo was just your standard animation and we saw no gameplay.
@BitbyDeath Still looked a lot better than this generic grindhouse game pandering to western audiences.
Oh i'll let that game die , for sure.
I see what you did there... Edit: Yeah, would rather want a ridiculous game where a young girl beats the crap out of mountainous masked Mexican wrestlers, on their own terms and in over the top style, than an online multiplayer version of SAW or Hostel.
Looks ok but at least it's more interesting than Lilly Bergamo.
Are you serious?
If you're into roaming in underpants for most of the game , maybe
Looks like utter crap!
Its free to play..
it's 2014 . Looking like crap because it's f2p no longer works , at least not as much
Yep, looks like crap.
This shit killed Lily bergamo
damn this looks bad in more ways than one.
I can't wait to get this for my PS2!
It looks absolutely rubbish. However it will probably sell better than any quirky game they would have released, strictly because it's a potentially interesting multiplayer experience. Why this is anything but a PS2 title is beyond me.
I saw at the logo for the first seconds, and I thought "Wow, I'll become the f***ing death in a skate!!!". Then the game started and I was dissapointed.
I think it might end up being fun. Look at all the hate for an unreleased game, though. lol
Online Dead Rising but without the Zombies? Sign me up!
Suda 51 strikes again.
This is an easy skip for me :D
Would probably be OK if Suda balanced the over-the-top violence with some decent story and characters, but he failed to do that in the totally overrated No More Heroes: oh, here's a quirky boss, now kill them. I still say Killer 7 was his best effort to date. Shadows of the Damned was a good effort too, but he can't take the credit for that one.
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