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Deathverse: Let It Die announced during the State of Play

During the State of Play held by Sony yesterday evening, Deathverse: Let It Die, a new title published by GungHo, was presented. This is the sequel to Let It Die, the original title made ...
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Grasshopper Manufacture was acquired by NetEase

Grasshopper Manufacture CEO Goichi Suda, known in the gaming market as Suda51, has published a new post on Twitter confirming the acquisition of the software house by the Chinese giant NetEase. https://twitter.com/suda_51/status/1451354036142149633 "After 8 years ...
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Not only No More Heroes 3: Grasshopper Manufacture is working on 3 ...

No More Heroes 3 is finally available in all stores and the fans of Suda51, Travis Touchdown and all the characters that populate Santa Destroy will finally be able to return inside the Garden of ...
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No More Heroes 3 - The Official Soundtrack Is Available On YouTube For A ...

There are more or less 7 days left until the release of No More Heroes 3, the last chapter of the hack 'n' slash series signed by Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51 for Nintendo Switch. To celebrate the event and start a ...
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No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle will arrive on Steam on ...

Rejoice, PC Gaming and Grasshopper Manufacture fans. There is a surprise for you! The publisher XSEED Games has announced the arrival of No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle on Steam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpeCc-PIrZo For those unfamiliar with the saga created by ...
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No More Heroes 3 has been postponed to 2021

The lack of news and trailers had put the flea in the ears of fans, but now it is official: No More Heroes 3 will not be released during these last months of 2020. The global Covid-19 pandemic has obviously also affected ...
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The first No More Heroes ranked for Nintendo Switch in Taiwan

The first No More Heroes, originally released on Wii, has been ranked in Taiwan for Nintendo Switch, although it has never been announced.
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NGPX - The No More Heroes 3 Gameplay arrives, but Suda51 covers everything

No More Heroes 3 continues to show itself to the public in a mischievous way during the New Game + Expo. In this short video we get a little taste of the new chapter starring Travis Touchdown. There is only...
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No More Heroes 3 - The first image of the game of Suda51 arrives

Remember No More Heroes 3? After its first trailer at the 2019 Game Awards, the title of Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51 has entered a phase of media silence, leaving fans of Travis Touchdown with a dry mouth ...
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Let it Die, 6 million downloads exceeded

Let it Die, a hack & slash free to play title, has exceeded a total of 6 million downloads. To announce it are GungHo Online Entertainment and Grasshopper Manufacture, respectively the publisher and the developer of the ...
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Suda51, No More Heroes 3 is complete at 40%

In an interview with WCCFTech Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture finally lifted the cover on No More Heroes 3. The new chapter of the hack and slash series will arrive exclusively on Switch ...

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is no longer a Nintendo Switch exclusive

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the latest title from Suda51, is no longer an exclusive game for Nintendo Switch. The announcement came directly from the MomoCon event, where the volcanic Japanese game designer revealed that ...
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Coming up with a remastered version of Killer7, Suda51 would like to work on other portings as well

A remastered version of the hit 7 action title Killer2005 may be in the works. Grasshopper Manufacture founder Suda51 at an event celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the studio he hopes to succeed ...

BREAKING: Xbox acquires Activision Blizzard, Phil Spencer is the new CEO

Like a bolt from the blue, in the midst of the scandals that have engulfed it in recent months, Activision Blizzard has been acquired by Microsoft for ...

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc arrives on Xbox Game Pass

Rise and shine, Ursine! Surprisingly, Spike Chunsoft announced the arrival of the Danganronpa series on Xbox Game Pass. This re-release of Trigger Happy Havoc, ...

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