Suda51: “It’s not just me who’s crazy”

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 9 March 2011 01:35 GMT

Speaking of the bizarre and grotesque design elements of Shadows of the Damned, Goichi Suda said he’s not solely responsible.

“It’s not just me who’s crazy,” Suda protested, speaking to Destructoid.

“Our staff members are crazy too.

“For example, art director Masumo – he’s crazy also. So he comes up with all sorts of crazy ideas.

“And also we have concept artists from Poland… We have a lot of staff members who love punk style, and they want to create a punk rock style game.”

Suda said the the game’s design “employed the style of Eastern European punk” and was inspired by his observation that “you don’t see too many [games set] in Hell”.

See the full interview below.

Shadows of the Damned is a multiplatform collaboration between Suda’s Grasshopper and Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, to be published by EA. Nathan had a look at it at GDC.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Comments

Headlines

Goichi Suda

Grasshopper

  • Sine Mora to release for PS3 via PSN "soon"

    Sine Mora will not only be released on PSN for Vita “soon,” but for PS3 as well, according to a press release from Grasshopper and Digital Reality.

  • Grasshopper's Frog Minutes getting DeNA release in Japan

    Grasshopper will launch Frog Minutes, a previously iOS-only title that helped fund relief efforts during last year’s tsunami in Japan, will launch on social service DeNA in the country this spring. The new and improved version will launch on iOS and Android under a new joint venture between Grasshopper and DeNA, called Grasshopper Universe. Thanks, […]

Grasshopper Manufacture