Neoseeker : News : Suda51: Killer is Dead won't be a sequel but still follows No More Heroes, Killer 7 in style
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bluexy Jan 17, 13
I have a broken relationship with Suda 51. He makes things and I tell myself I don't want them and then I get them.
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DedValve Jan 17, 13
Suda is a hot and miss. Sometimes I have innaprolriate dreams about his work and other times his work just doesn't speak to me at all. But ill be damned if I'm not going to be dreaming naughty things about this one, i just hope to god the gameplay is good.
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Duncan Idaho Jan 17, 13
quote bluexy
I have a broken relationship with Suda 51. He makes things and I tell myself I don't want them and then I get them.
dont we all? i originally dint wanted to touch Killer 7 or NMH then a friend of mine asks me to play, i do it for 30 mins before i leave in a rush his house to buy a copy of both games.

Ded Valve If grasshoper is know for something is gameplay, NMH 1 and 2 had OMG gameplay, easy to pick up, easy to *bleep* kill enemies with it, i solo usually the whole NMH2 with the last katana you get, double wielding FTW.
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DedValve Jan 17, 13
Yeah but then you have that one weird horror game which was broke as hell, some of their more obscure PS2 titles weren't all up to snuff and more recently Lollipop chainsaw was just...well boring.

But No More Heroes, Killer 7 and Shadows of the Damned where all top notch. It's always a hit or miss with crazy suda.
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Largerock Jan 17, 13
OTT Customizable left hand? Katana with blue flame(?) coming out and looks sexy? Assassins in business suits? SIDE FREAKING BOOB!?

*Jumps around mario style out of excitement*
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