Suda teasing another announcement for E3
"I'm really looking forward to doing more with the Switch."
Suda teasing another announcement for E3
Remember earlier this month we heard how Goichi 'Suda51' Suda would be appearing on a panel at MomoCon 2019 to make a special announcement? Well, it turns out the Switch title Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be making its way across to the PlayStation 4 and PC. No release date has been provided and...
What could it be?
After the release of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes exclusively on the Switch at the start of this year, it appears Goichi 'Suda51' Suda is ready to reveal what else he's been up to. According to a Destructoid exclusive, Suda will "make another announcement" during his panel "Travis Talks Again With Suda 51" at MomoCon 2019...
"I'm really looking forward to doing more with the Switch."
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has only been out in the wild for a few months, but director Goichi 'Suda51' Suda already appears to have one eye on the future. In a recent interview with Gamereactor, the man behind the likes of No More Heroes and killer7 spo
So, No More Heroes 3?
It's been well-documented Goichi "Suda51" Suda wants to release another numbered installment in the No More Heroes series. At the end of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes there's even an ending hinting at the future of the mainline series. So, what's the status on the next entry? At the 2019 Game Developers Conference,...
“Only one-third of my original script was used for the game”
Japanese designer, Goichi Suda – perhaps better known as Suda51 – has suggested that an extended version of his cult classic Killer7 could eventually release for consoles. Grasshopper’s visually-striking action adventure game was originally released for Nintendo GameCube in...
The size of the world has changed
Yesterday, an update found its way to Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, extending the game's intro to showcase exactly how Badman found out Travis was hiding out in Texas. If you want to experience the shocking revelation for yourself, this is your last chance to stop yourselves from being spoiled by our...
Suda51 shares a special message as well
The No More Heroes spin-off Travis Strikes Again lands exclusively on the Nintendo Switch next week. In preparation for this launch, Nintendo Minute's Kit and Krysta have taken an in-depth look at what this game has to offer. If you are still on the fence about the latest outing starring Travis, this video...
What a special day
Today, video game designer and director Goichi Suda - best known under the name 'Suda51' - is celebrating his 51st birthday. We couldn't just let that slip by without a quick mention, right? Suda51 first found his way into the video game development world as a designer at Human Entertainment, a Japanese studio which eventually...
Make it happen
We know Goichi "Suda51" Suda is currently focused on the upcoming Grasshopper Manufacture release Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes for the Switch, but that doesn't mean he's forgotten about the first two entries in the mainline series. In a recently published video interview with Nintendeal dating back to this year's PAX West,...
It's happening, eventually
As we've already heard, Goichi "Suda51" Suda was out and about at this year's PAX West, promoting the upcoming Grasshopper Manufacture Switch release, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. In case you missed it, the game will launch on 18th January next year. Speaking to
A smart decision
The Nintendo Switch exclusive Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was recently given a launch date by Grasshopper Manufacture. Instead of its original 2018 arrival, the game will now release on 18th January next year. Speaking to
"We want Travis to go on for many more years"
Goichi "Suda51" Suda is arguably one of Japan's most famous game developers, and has been behind some of the most unique and compelling Japanese games of the past few decades, including Killer7, The Silver Case and - of course - No More Heroes. This franchise - along with its mouthy hero Travis...
"I think the challenge is worthwhile"
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was something of a shock announcement for Switch, but now we know it's coming the hype is most definitely real. We imagine the game will top many a Switch owner's wish-list, and the good news is that designer Goichi "Suda51" Suda is taking this project very...
"Are you awake from your nightmare?"
Killer7 was one of the more unique games in the GameCube's library. Developed for Capcom by Suda51 and Grasshopper, it was the last of the "Capcom Five" games for the GameCube (well technically the fourth, as Dead Phoenix got cancelled). Killer7 was certainly quite intriguing and had a strong adult...
"For me, these indie creators are superstars"
PAX West 2017 has come and gone with plenty of exciting news for Nintendo Switch owners. Among the announcements was the reveal of the first trailer for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the latest title from Grasshopper Manufacture launching exclusively on Nintendo Switch in 2018. A lot was revealed...
Described as a 'raucous 3D action title'
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was arguably the biggest reveal of this week's Nindies Showcase, confirming the return of Suda51 as the game's director. Timed to coincide with the [email protected] event, more details and artwork have been revealed. Check out the official description and concept art...
First trailer makes its mark
Having previously announced its existence in the big Switch unveiling out of Japan at the start of the year, today's Nindie Showcase brought us a first look at Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, which will be a Switch exclusive in 2018. The premise is that Bat Girl's father tries to kill Travis Touchdown, but...
Plans to bring back popular characters
Suda51 is currently promoting a rather intriguing remaster on PS4 that's coming to the West - The Silver Case is a title that he originally created 17 years ago. When speaking to IGN on that, the iconic game creator was also asked about Nintendo Switch and its No More Heroes game, which was announced in January...
"Nintendo always makes really cool, interesting hardware"
Goichi "Suda51" Suda is one of Japan's most famous game designers, with titles like No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw, The Silver Case and Killer7 under his belt. His company, Grasshopper Manufacture, is close to celebrating 20 years in the industry, and he's been speaking to VG247 about his...
"It’s up to Capcom to allow something like this"
Killer7 was one of the fabled "Capcom Five", a selection of titles that the Japanese publisher pledged would be exclusive to the GameCube. As we all know, that claim didn't last long; out of the five, only P.N.03 remained Nintendo-only, with Dead Phoenix being canned in 2003 and the remaining three...
More No More Heroes please
Were you a fan of Travis Touchdown's beam katana slashing action in No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle on the Wii? Both titles were interesting arrives on the system, with their adult humour and different censorship per region - the blood was edited out of the first game in Europe, for example. Series...
"That kind of motion is very Travis"
The Wii's incredible commercial success and unique control system ensured that the console received more than its fair share of third-party exclusives, with No More Heroes being one of the most notable early releases. Developed by Goichi "Suda51" Suda and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture, this insane 3D action...
Goichi "Suda51" Suda leads the tributes
If you're a seasoned fan of wrestling games then the name Fire Pro Wrestling will mean an awful lot to you. Viewed by many gamers as the first serious video game representation of wrestling, the franchise has enjoyed instalments on a wide range of systems, including the SNES, PC Engine, Dreamcast and Game Boy...
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...
So, when's it happening?
Back in March this year, word got out that Grasshopper Manufacture was hard at work on a brand new game. Rumour spread across the internet that the studio was set to revisit the No More Heroes franchise after its CEO Goichi Suda - know to many by the name of Suda51 - teased the developer's new game. Suda put a stop to the...
It's set to be a new franchise
A couple of weeks ago we reported on Grasshopper Manufacture's next project, which was teased by the studio's CEO Goichi Suda - known by many as Suda51. All that was revealed was new concept artwork, which featured a female protagonist who looks a lot like Shinobu - one of the assassins from the No More Heroes series...
Grasshopper Manufacture teases its next project
Grasshopper Manufacture has been hard at work developing Killer is Dead, which will be released later this year on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. That hasn't stopped the studio's CEO Goichi Suda - more commonly known as Suda51 - from teasing his next game, though. In an interview with Famitsu, the...
Must be a problem with the post office...
The Wii U controller may have given Suda 51 ideas for No More Heroes 3, but the eccentric head of Grasshopper Manufacture is still waiting for a development kit to call his own. Speaking to Nintendo Life's Jon Wahlgren this past weekend, Suda revealed he's not even sure he'll be working on Nintendo's new...
Of course, he's very secretive about them
It's not the first time that Grasshopper Manufacture CEO Goichi Suda (Suda51) has spoken about the possibility of developing a No More Heroes 3, but at E3 2011, the video game designer confirmed that the third instalment in the No More Heroes series is indeed coming to Wii U. Speaking to Destructoid, Suda51...
Find out what qualities are important to him as a game designer
When you have an unorthodox game designer like Goichi Suda and a wonder machine like the 3DS that's sure to ignite a few sparks in developers' creative minds, we as consumers could very well be in for a treat. The CEO at Grasshopper Manufacture, more commonly known as Suda51, recently...
Travis's story done but perhaps Harman Smith's isn't
Our good friends over at Cubed3 recently snagged an interview with Suda51 of No More Heroes fame, probing him about any upcoming projects on the horizon from his Grasshopper Manufacture team. Although he didn't confirm any new projects he did lay down some tantalising hints, including his desire...
New handheld giving the unconventional game designer plenty of ideas
Goichi Suda, the crazy person responsible for killer7, No More Heroes and Flower, Sun and Rain, welcomes the unconventional with open arms. He's got some stuff brewing in the back of his mind for the Vitality Sensor, and now, with another mysterious and unconventional piece of Nintendo hardware on the horizon, his mind must be..
Collaboration still working hard, but secretly
A few years ago, the creators of Killer7 and Resident Evil got together and decided to start work on a game. But what genre should this new game enter into? Well, according to EA's David DeMartini, it's "mad genius in the horror genre." Although Mr DeMartini didn't reveal much else about the...
Travis Touchdown's stories weren't the only things that came thick and fast
Grasshopper Manufacture has successfully established itself as a force to be reckoned with when it comes to developing compelling games with stylistic artistry. It also seems that the studio's CEO, Goichi Suda, possesses the same kind of flair when articulating his perception of video games. Speaking to The Guardian, the..
Would be "very interested" if the opportunity arose
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Return to the Gardens of Madness in April!
Today Rising Star games confirmed what many had suspected, but had never officially been announced: namely that they're handling the publication of Grasshopper Manufacture's eagerly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed 2008 release, No More Heroes. Naturally we just couldn't wait and had to review the North American release, which we found to be..
Designer has big plans for No More Heroes character
No More Heroes was a proper hoot, with intense action, twisted humour and some serious Otaku love. The sequel is inbound, and its creator is hoping that lead Travis Touchdown will go on to become an even bigger star than he is now. No More Heroes designer and Grasshopper Manufacture head Goichi Suda (AKA: Suda 51) had this to say: I love him..
Creator says next game will need a new platform.
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