As promised, we’re continuing our talk on boss fights with a look at some of my favorite boss fights of all time. If you haven’t guessed, we’re going to be heading into spoiler territory with this one. Read more…
Suda 51 has had a real reverse winning streak when it comes to his titles. After creating the niche hit of Killer 7 and the somewhat well received No More Heroes, he has not had much luck with games like Lollipop Chainsaw, Shadows of the Damned and even the second No More Heroes.
The problem that stems from his titles are all about style over substance and sadly Killer is Dead falls into the same trap.
Last week’s kickstarter spotlight for the Untold Story of Japanese Game Developers gave me an idea for another blog series. For this one, I want to talk about some of my favorite games from Japan. To make things interesting, I’m not going to talk about those that I’ve already featured in one way or another. Meaning no Xenoblade Chronicles, Demon’s Souls or The World Ends With You.
Let’s begin with one of the craziest games on the Gamecube that introduced Western gamers to the man known as Suda 51.