Suda51: "Nintendo Are Always Very Important To Us"

Sees the rise of indie games as the highlight of the current generation

Suda51 (or Goichi Suda as he’s known to his mum), the mastermind behind titles such as No More Heroes, Killer7 and Lollipop Chainsaw, hasn’t released a game on a Nintendo home console since No More Heroes 2 for the Wii in 2010. However, Grasshopper Manufacture’s CEO hasn't ruled out the possibility of bringing future titles to the Wii U.

Speaking to, Suda had this to say:

Yeah of Course, it’s a possibility. I guess we haven’t really announced anything yet for Wii U, but for 3DS we had Liberation Maiden… consoles from Nintendo are always very important to us.

When asked to evaluate the current console generation, Suda spoke positively about the emergence of indie games:

I guess what’s more important is the video game itself and not the platform it’s on, and I think it’s really important to be able to have the chance to play all kinds of different games – not just mega AAA titles but indie games too.

You know, Indie games are not necessarily poorly made, I think nowadays we are shifting towards the era where you get to play all kinds of different games of different sizes – but they are all equally as good.

What do you think? Would you like to see No More Heroes 3, or another Grasshopper Manufacture title come to Wii U? Let us know in the comments section below.


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