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The Silver Case Comparison: PS1 VS PC

By popular… by semi-popular… okay, because three people asked me to, sheesh.

PS1 opening, original resolution.

(PS1 Title Screens)

(This is how you select between the main chapters and the journalist chapters.) 28 more words

Gaming Obscura

The Silver Case -- A New Phase For Japanese Adventure Games On PC?

I found the time to try out the demo for the PC remake of Suda51’s The Silver Case, which got me to look at a trend that seems to be increasing on PC these days — visual novels and Japanese adventure games. 551 more words


The Silver Case demo is on Steam. For real.

As some of you may recall, around eight months ago, I was bandying about the notion of a fan translation for this little crazy game. 239 more words

Gaming Obscura

Wii Review: No More Heroes 2

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle is another tale in Travis Touchdown’s twisted life. After competing in the first assassin’s tournament and being crowned number one, Travis is again approached by the sexy Sylvia to compete again. 359 more words


The Silver Case.

Suda 51’s famed point-and-click adventure The Silver Case is to be remastered and re-released on PC later this year. Setting the player the task of finding a copycat killer, Silver Case PC will not only be powered by a brand new graphics engine but the game will also feature altered puzzles to the original Playstation title and the option to shuffle text boxes and image windows as you please. 12 more words


Let It Die: The Latest Suda 51 Trip

Will Grasshopper Manufacture’s Free-To-Play Gamble Pay Off?

By: Brendan Ferris

Grasshopper Manufacture boss Goichi Suda or “Suda51” as he’s known to his fans, is known for taking risks.   413 more words


Let It Die.

It has been a few years now since Let It Die, the latest game from Grasshopper Manufacture and Goichi Suda was unveiled to the world and yet in that time we’ve learnt very little of exactly what, Let It Die actually is. 61 more words