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The Art of Grasshopper Manufacture: Suda51 on industry limitations & creative freedom

First off, you should buy this for the artwork. There is some brilliant artistry on display.

From Killer Is Dead to Shadows of the Damned to Sine Mora to Lollipop Chainsaw to No More Heroes to Killer7 to Flower, Sun, & Rain to The Silver Case and back again, this has something for everyone. 1,075 more words


Turbine Philosophy #4 - Sounds pretty good to me

Seems like I’m the only one who hasn’t written anything related to music on this blog thing, so let’s get to it. Although, when it comes to music, my technical perception and my conceptual vocabulary aren’t as keen as those of my colleagues, what I’m about to show you comes from the position of a layman admittedly, but one who enjoys appreciating musical works. 1,241 more words

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Turbine Philosophy #3 - The day 2014 forgot (or simply ignored)

In July of 2013, Japanese cinemas saw the debut of a compilation of short films as part of a project in which “Japan” was highlighted being its general theme. 1,334 more words


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It’s the near future and the world has had it up to here with terrorism’s shit. In order to combat terrorism the world has united, eliminated air travel by creating trans-oceanic roadways, and eliminaed free access to the internet. 1,170 more words

Suda 51, A Career: 2015-2051

The mild financial and critical success of DEATH or Glory fuels Suda’s subsequent vanity project, the inexplicable arthouse wrestling game Tokyo Takedown! Driven by the developer’s neurotic passion for masked wrestling, the game offers a throwback to his first foray into videogames in 1993, … 72 more words

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Top 5 Friday: Best Shinji Mikami Games

To coincide with the release of The Evil Within, I decided to take a look back at the career of Shinji Mikami and pick what I feel are his five best games. 1,197 more words

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PSTS Let's Play Killer7: Episode 20 - Say Goodbye to These!

The Killer7 get their last hit, supposedly, and it takes them to a place they’d never expect: a prestigious elementary school. Well, Jeff and J.D. expect it, but they can’t agree on the reason why the trip is memorable. 7 more words

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