Last week Grasshopper Manufacture and GungHo Online Entertainment teased some concept art for the next game from Suda51, with very little revealed other than the fact that it will be action-oriented with a woman lead. Now we know just a liiiittle bit more, including the fact that it's targeting next-gen consoles will sport a unique online feature. Read on for more.
Earlier this year, developer Grasshopper Manufacture merged with GungHo Online Entertainment, and we're already starting to see something come out of the acquisition. There's currently no title, but concept art recently surfaced for a new action game. Check it out past the jump.
GungHo Online Entertainment—publisher of Ragnarok Online, maker of Hero's Saga Laevatein Tactics and Puzzle & Dragons—shot out a press release to announce the acquisition of developer Grasshopper Manufacture (No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw). Read on for more.
Thanks to Kinect motion control, Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda 51's (No More Heroes) Xbox Live Arcade project Diabolical Pitch will allow you to really immerse yourself in stomping infernal forces with baseball skills and super martial arts that look a lot like Dragon Ball. See it in action after the jump.
Back at the 2010 Tokyo Game Show, Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda 51, of No More Heroes fame, teased "Codename D," a mature audience game for XBox 360's Kinect motion control system. This has proved to be Diabolical Pitch, an XBox Live Arcade title in which you fight infernal forces with baseball skills and super martial arts that look a lot like Dragon Ball's. Check out a teaser after the jump.
Ok, so the latest trailer for Grasshopper Manufacture's Shadows of the Damned—a hellish action game created by the dynamic duo of Suda51 (No More Heroes) and Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil)—is about as "mature" as a Big Johnson t-shirt, but under the gags is a quick look at its weapon upgrade system. Hit the jump (and the video's age gate) to see how the game lets you "enlarge your johnson"…
No More Heroes has garnered a nice niche fanbase at best in North America, but thankfully that isn't stopping Konami from bringing over No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise—an enhanced port of the 2007 Nintendo Wii title. Heroes' Paradiseis scheduled to hit Playstation 3 in North America on August 16.