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  • GungHo confirms Grasshopper Manufacture purchase, Suda 51 responds

    Earlier this morning we reported that Ragnarok publisher GungHo Online Entertainment had acquired No More Heroes developer Grasshopper Manufacture. The publisher has now published an official statement on the matter, with comment from Grasshopper founder Goichi Suda.

  • Grasshopper Manufacture merging with GungHo Online Entertainment

    Killer is Dead and Lollipop Chainsaw developer Grasshopper Manufacture is to merge with Ragnarok publisher GungHo Online Entertainment as of February 1st. The announcement comes from the pages of this week’s Famitsu.

  • Killer is Dead: XSEED downplays US publishing rumours

    Killer is Dead – Grasshopper Manufacture’s rather mad-sounding hack n’ slash title – has been tied to publisher XSEED following a string of domain name registrations that appeared earlier this week. The publisher has contacted VG247 to deliver a frank, but painfully short debunker.

  • Killer is Dead details revealed by Suda 51: features Yakuza riding tigers

    Killer is Dead seems like it’s shaping up to be a Suda 51 fan’s dream. Swords, assassins, Yakuza, tigers, all sorts of weird shit. The Grasshopper Manufacture founder has been talking about the game in some detail among the pages of this week’s Famitsu. It sounds insane.

  • Killer is Dead domain registrations filed by XSEED

    Suda 51’s Killer is Dead may be heading westward courtesy of XSEED if domain registrations dug by Superannuation are any indication. The domains: killerisdead-game as well as and were all registered by the publisher. A confirmation for the west has yet to be announced, but, the game is slated for a release in […]

  • Killer is Dead screenshots show off Suda 51's latest

    Killer is Dead screenshots have been posted over on Famitsu. The cell-shaded actioner was announced in the magazine this week, and is the latest from Suda 51’s Grasshopper Manufacture. It is slated for a summer release on PS3 and Xbox 360. You should go have a look.

  • Killer is Dead - Suda's latest featured in Famitsu

    Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture’s Killer is Dead is featured in the latest edition of Famitsu. Announced as being in development last year, the game that takes place in a future where the Moon is a vacation destination and the main character’s arm is your main weapon.

  • Black Knight Sword on PSN today

    Grasshopper Manufacture’s traditional side-scrolling action game Black Knight Sword will be on the PlayStation Network as of today.

  • Black Knight Sword from Suda 51 hits XBLA next week

    Black Knight Sword from Suda 51 will release on Xbox Live Arcade Wednesday, December 12. Much like the Black Knight in Monty Python’s Holy Grail, the fella is missing arms and legs, – wait – no, it looks like he has both sets of appendages in the screenshots posted below. Bummer. Anyway, he can still […]

  • Sine Mora on PS3 & PS Vita soon, see the launch trailer here

    Sine Mora, the critically acclaimed and brutally challenging side-scroller from Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality should be heading to PS3 and PS Vita imminently, as suggested by a new launch trailer. See the clip below and marvel at its Sine-ness. Mora-ness?

  • Liberation Maiden, Crimson Shroud, Aero Porter - short video shows gameplay

    A video featuring a short look at Liberation Maiden, Crimson Shroud, and Aero Porter has been released by Nintendo. The video provides small gameplay clips from the three 3DS eShop titles. Liberation Maiden, from Suda 51, is already out in Europe and is heading to the US as are the other two titles. The games […]

  • Liberation Maiden, Aero Porter, and Crimson Shroud detailed

    Liberation Maiden, Aero Porter, and Crimson Shroud are releasing on eShop, and Level-5 has sent over some information on the games.

  • No More Heroes social game hits Android today, iOS soon

    No More Heroes: World Ranker is out now on Android. An adaptation of Suda 51’s stellar assassin’ brawler sees players making their own killer and fighting to be the world’s number one.

  • Grasshopper not "ruling out" Move support for Lollipop Chainsaw

    Suda 51 has said at one point, he and the team at Grasshopper considered adding Move support to Lollipop Chainsaw. Instead, he said the team decided to focus on the more on the game for the time being, but “aren’t ruling it out,” for the future he told the PS Blog. So, it’s possible support […]

  • Lollipop Chainsaw Special Edition trailer shows excited men playing with Juliet

    Suda 51 and the rest of his crazy-ass team apparently wanted to make the Lollipop Chainsaw: Special Edition “extra special”. Apparently, this constitutes something called an intuitive joystick. Just watch the video below, complete with Italian subtitles and loads of cheese.

  • Killer is Dead concept art released

    Concept art from Killer is Dead, Grasshopper Manufacture’s next title due in 2013, has been released. Kadokawa Games CEO Yoshimi Yasuda said similar to Lollipop Chainsaw, worldwide release plans are in place the title. Catch the two bits below courtesy of Andriasang.

  • Lollipop Chainsaw video goes behind-the-scenes with Jimmy Urine and Akira Yamaoka

    Warner has released a new behind-the scenes video for Lollipop Chainsaw, which focuses on the music included in the game.

  • The Bosses of Zombie Rock rock out in this new Lollipop Chainsaw trailer

    Nothing says Suda51 like a game featuring a chainsaw wielding cheerleader and zombie bosses that play punk, funk and viking metal.

  • Kojima, Suda 51, 5pb collaboration production to kick off soon

    5pb’s Chiyomaru Shikura has hinted the collaboration project between Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and Grashopper’s Suda 51 is about to kick off production.

  • Pre-order goodies for Lollipop Chainsaw detailed, screened

    Warner has announced North American pre-order details for Lollipop Chainsaw, such as five unique outfits for Juliet. Offers for various retailers and shots of the content are posted below, along with a trailer.

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