Killer is Dead Debut English Trailer Has Been Released

Monday, March 18th, 2013

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XSEED Games has released the first English trailer for Killer is Dead, one of the games they announced back in January that they would publish. That is to say, I was personally excited as the game in question came from the master mind Goichi Suda (or Suda51) and his studio Grasshopper Manufacture. It’s a new game from the man and company behind such classics such as Killer 7, No More Heroes franchise, Lollipop Chainsaw, and co-developed with Shinji Mikami on Shadows of the Damned. He even helped direct and write for Fatal Frame 4 and is the creator of recently released Liberation Maiden, among many games under his belt.

If a flashy trailer is not enough, XSEED launched the facebook page for the game. They’re inviting fans to post questions and possibly get answers from the director himself, Suda51. Killer is Dead is looking to be a Summer release for this year and will be available on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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