Video: Suda 51 talks No More Heroes

The wily and ever-innovative Japanese game developer Goichi Suda is at it again, this time bringing a dose of psychological gun-slinging to the Nintendo Wii with his new game No More Heroes.


No More Heroes
is said to be influenced by Western movie culture with a dash of the style employed by Suda in the critically-acclaimed Killer7 video game. The story puts you in the role of a killer who’s out to send everyone into the afterlife for no apparent reason. It’s an interesting premise and Wii fans will get to experience it.

The game is under development by the Grasshopper Manufacture team led by Suda and is published by Marvelous Interactive. The primary consideration for the game is the American audience, so don’t forget to grab one and see how it plays when it’s out.

The wily and ever-innovative Japanese game developer Goichi Suda is at it again, this time bringing a dose of psychological gun-slinging to the Nintendo Wii with his new game No More Heroes.


No More Heroes
is said to be influenced by Western movie culture with a dash of the style employed by Suda in the critically-acclaimed Killer7 video game. The story puts you in the role of a killer who’s out to send everyone into the afterlife for no apparent reason. It’s an interesting premise and Wii fans will get to experience it.

The game is under development by the Grasshopper Manufacture team led by Suda and is published by Marvelous Interactive. The primary consideration for the game is the American audience, so don’t forget to grab one and see how it plays when it’s out.

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