Nintendo pulls the curtain back on the return of No More Heroes in a new game subtitled Travis Strikes Again, confirming that it will be a Switch exclusive next year.
No More Heroes series creator Suda51 reveals more details about his new Travis Touchdown game for the Nintendo Switch, and confirms it will not release in 2017.
Suda51 appears during the Nintendo Switch presentation to announce that a new game starring No More Heroes' Travis Touchdown is in development for the Switch.
The teaser trailer of Suda 51â€™s new title, â€˜Let it Dieâ€™, gives us combat in an ultra-violent battleground.
Minecraft hits more milesones, Killzone: Shadow Fall's main campaign is done, BF4 is going pro, Raven shares Star Wars code, TESO aims to compete, Suda51 talks his next game, and Crytek hopes to save Darksiders.
Grasshopper Manufacture, whose development achievements include 'Killer 7' and 'Lollipop Chainsaw,' has been purchased by 'Ragnorak Online' publisher GungHo Online Entertainment. Hear what Suda 51 thinks about his studio's new direction.
Check out these announcement trailers for 'Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise' and 'Doom 3: BFG Edition,' along with a new trailer for 'Lollipop Chainsaw' less than two weeks before its release!
Grasshopper Manufacture's CCO Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill) shares his thoughts on why retail games are not going anywhere, despite the emergence of digital distribution.
'Lollipop Chainsaw', a project from Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture, is sure to generate a lot of controversy as well as provide a unique zombie slaying experience when it launches later this year.
'Shadows of the Damned' may not have sold well, but Akira Yamaoka has been thinking about a sequel - and EA might even be up for funding it.
Warner Bros. has revealed the pre-order bonuses for Grasshopper Manufacture's upcoming 'Lollipop Chainsaw', including the ability to play as Ash from 'Evil Dead'!
From the mind of Suda 51 ('Shadows of the Damned' and 'No More Heroes') comes this new trailer for 'Lollipop Chainsaw,' a genre-influenced hack-and-slash with a twist.
Director of fan-favorite 'Shadows of the Damned' has taken his show on the road, splitting off and creating his own production company.