Summer of Suda: Shadows of the Damned

Hardcore Gamer: Goichi Suda, better known as Suda51, has undoubtedly contributed some of the most imaginative video games in the history of the medium. Whether it’s the cerebral thrills of Killer7 or the over-the-top action of No More Heroes, Suda51 has brought the arthouse to games. Although he’s been working for nearly twenty-five years, Suda51 is showing no signs of slowing down and is remastering the classic The Silver Case for release this fall. In celebration of this release, we’ve decided to curate a limited run series dubbed “Summer of Suda,” which will take a look back of some of his most memorable games, evaluating what they contributed at the time of their release and how history looks back at them today.

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opinionated1636d ago

I actually liked this game a lot. It's the only Suda game I've played but I love the b-movie references.

scofios1636d ago

Loved the game ,this was the second collaboration between Suda 51 & Shinji Mikami .

GrimDragon1636d ago

Suda is definitely unique love his bizarre games.

Kyosuke_Sanada1636d ago

Criminally underrated, it was a shame that it got shafted. However, even if it did succeed it was under EA so it was still between a rock and a hard place.

Fist4achin1635d ago

I've enjoyed everything by this developer, even others not mentioned like lollipop chainsaw and killer is dead.

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