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Suda 51 Teases Next Game From Grasshopper Manufacture

Grasshopper Manufacture may not have even finished their upcoming game yet, but the studio is already prepping and discussing, albeit of a cryptic nature, their next title.  While talking about the studio’s forthcoming PS3/Xbox 360 action game Killer Is Dead, GhM mastermind and overall creative genius Suda 51 revealed a few key pieces of info regarding the next game from the studio.

Grasshopper Manufacture's Suda 51 Offers Some Hints At To What The Future Holds

Suda 51, the man that has built a reputation for himself as being a game designer that is fearless, has been keeping himself busy to say the least.  While Suda may not directly overlook every aspect of the various games Grasshopper Manufacture has under development, he does keep a close eye on forthcoming games such as Black Knight Sword and Lollipop Chainsaw to ensure that they keep the style and originality that GhM is known for.  It seemed like for the time being Suda’s plate has settled but that couldn’t be farther from the case in a recent interview conducted by

No More Heroes: Red Zone Has More Bonus Content Than We Imagined [Video]

Usually gamers in North America and Europe get the goodness that’s offered in Japan months after its original release date in the East.  Sometimes such a lapse in release time can be attributed to a game needing some heavy translation or merely finding a publisher in the West to pick up the title.  With the No More Heroes franchise gamers in Japan are getting a re-release of the HD release that’s based on what Konami is releasing to gamers in the West this year.

Find Out Which Bosses Are Making A Guest Appearance in No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

As a gamer I’m used to double dipping when it comes to video games sometimes. There are times when a game may release a new edition like DMC3: Special Edition that features such a cool bonus (playable Vergil FTW) that it warrants a second purchase. But never before in my long history as a gamer would I ever think that I would buy a game for a 3rd time. Perhaps I do have a problem of sorts since I’m buying a game for a third time, but I think such a thing is warranted based on what’s being offered in No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise/Red Zone.

Is the No More Heroes franchise over?

It’s early in the morning and my usually bad mood is being intensified by some sad news. Speaking to GoNintendo, Suda 51 revealed he currently has no plans to make a third installment of No More Heroes.  The NMH franchise has never become wildly popular amongst gamers but it does have a loyal following i.e. yours truly Ian Fisher.

No More Heroes gets a lingerie line

In what could possibly be the most awesome yet strange video game product ever made, a line of lingerie based on No More Heroes will be released.  Made by the lingerie company Bedtime Flirt, the NMH inspired lingerie line will allow female otakus to dress up as Naomi, Shinobu and Sylvia Christel.

Learn how to be a badass assassin in this new No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise video

While the Wii will be getting its second helping of No More Heroes awesomesauce next week in the form of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, Japanese PS3 and 360 owners are a mere month away from their introduction to the NMH franchise with the release of No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise.

Ultra violence, tigers, kittens, and demonic children are the norm in No More Heroes 2

With each new trailer for No More Heroes 2 things are getting crazier and a whole lot weirder. While crazy and weird is what we expect from the game things are being taken to an unimaginable level based on the footage that was recently released.

Premier trailer for No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise

There’s nothing better than waking up in the morning and seeing that a trailer for No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise has been released. As we all know it’s always good to start your day off with a trailer that features buttery beats, slick visuals and a little bit of the ultra violence.

The ESRB tells us how awesome No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle will be

No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle is going to be a crazy ass game and there was never any doubt it wouldn’t be.  The first NMH game had a plethora of sexual innuendos coupled with graphic violence that pleased folks like me who enjoy a little bit of fun ultra violence in their games.

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