Gamasutra: Yasuhiro Wada Talks About His Move To Grasshopper

For over a decade now, Grasshopper Manufacture has been synonymous with the vision of a single developer: Goichi Suda, also known as Suda 51. Grasshopper games like Killer7, No More Heroes and Flower, Sun and Rain have shown Suda's unique vision for games with a distinctly off-kilter sensibility.

But the entire tenor of the company seems set to change through a set of acquisitions and collaborations with some of Japan's biggest development talent, including Devil May Cry designer Shinji Mikami, Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka, Little King's Story director Yoshiro Kimura and Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada.

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kratos1232831d ago

lol i thought it was the other wada i was soo happy when i read the headline but after reading i was dissapointed