The latest promotional clip for Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51's insane looking action game Killer is Dead is a doozy. Be wary if you want to go into the game blind, but if you don't care then get ready for some intense action against enemies and, of course, a mostly-nude boss dude wearing nothing but thin strips of royal gold after the jump.
Another promo arrived for Suda51 (No More Heroes, Shadows of the Damned) and Grasshopper Manufacture's stylish action game Killer is Dead, and this one's pretty gnarly. Watch as lead assassin Mondo Zappa puts an end to his foes in the blood-splattered trailer after the jump.
We've seen a few intense Killer is Dead trailers and plenty of screens, but a new pair of clips offers what might be the best look yet at Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture's game in action. See a boss fight and a Gigolo mission after the jump!
Publisher XSEED Games busted out a bunch of new screens for Killer is Dead. This time around we get a better look at some of the adversaries of Mondo Zappa, the protagonist and professional Executioner who travels the globe taking out nefarious criminals. Check 'em out past the break.
Killer is Dead's Mondo Zappa doesn't always ask for a lot when it comes to taking on assignments. Sometimes all he wants is a kiss, as evidenced in the beginning of the latest trailer for Suda51's upcoming action game. You'll also see more of the gigolo portions and a tiny bit of action in the clip after the jump.
A special Killer is Dead TV episode features Zappa's boss Vivian Squall and assistant Mika Takekawa showing off the Gigolo Glasses and more. It's not subtitled, but you'll also be able to catch some fresh gameplay footage in the video after the jump.
Killer is Dead—the upcoming action game from Suda51 and the folks at Grasshopper Manufacture and Kadokawa Games—has a bunch of new screens that show off a little bit of action… in both the combat and gigolo departments. Check 'em out after the jump.
On Monday we were able to soak in the latest Japanese promotional video for Suda51's Killer is Dead, which is gunning for a worldwide release this summer. Now we have a version of the trailer with English voiceovers, so hit the jump to watch!
So far Killer is Dead is looking like the kind of wild experience we've come to expect from Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture, and a second promotional video has arrived to hammer that notion home. Check it out after the jump!
Suda51's Killer is Dead looks just as crazy as one would expect from the mind behind games like No More Heroes and Shadows of the Damned. XSEED Games is set to unleash the madness in North America this summer, and it's time for some early hype with the first English voiceover trailer. Watch it after the jump.
Quite a few developers seem pretty high on the possibilities Sony presents with PlayStation 4, but none more so than Grasshopper Manufacture's Suda51. The No More Heroes creator wrote about PS4 in his latest column for Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, and the whole thing has his trousers plenty tight. Read on for more!
It's not too surprising considering the game's style, but it's nonetheless interesting to see that Suda51's Liberation Maiden—a shooter created for Level-5's Guild01 series of downloadable Nintendo 3DS games—has made the leap to iOS. More after the jump.
We recently shared the first trailer for Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51's Killer is Dead, and yea, it looks pretty rad. Now, thanks to a report over at Kotaku, we might also know the publisher, as XSEED Games recently registered domains related to the over-the-top action game. More after the jump!
We've had a few reports in the past on Killer is Dead, the next game from Grasshopper Manufacture with Suda51 (No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw) aboard as executive director, but now we can finally see it in action. Watch as Mondo Zappa kills killers in the very Suda51-styled joint after the jump.
You thought you had seen the last of Juliet Starling? No way. She and Kadokawa Games are bringing the zombie-shredding love back to Japan with a Lollipop Chainsaw re-release set for a Valentine's Day debut in Japan. Video and more after the jump!