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Review: Killer Is Dead (PlayStation 3)

Killer Is Dead (PlayStation 3)

Crud on the moon

Killer Is Dead is unashamedly stupid. Executive producer Goichi Suda – better known by his nickname Suda51 – has made a living out of his bonkers plots and premises, but the latest product to drop off Grasshopper Manufacture’s production line takes the nonsense of No More Heroes and kits it out in a straitjacket. This is a...

News: Killer Is Dead's First Trailer Comes Out Swinging

Killer Is Dead's First Trailer Comes Out Swinging

Love and execution

The first trailer for Suda51’s upcoming PlayStation 3 action title Killer Is Dead includes everything that you’d expect it to: blood, beautiful women, and more blood. The title was officially revealed earlier this week after an eight month silence from developer Grasshopper Manufacture. Needless to say, it’s shot straight to...

News: Lollipop Chainsaw Piles On The Stupidity, Introduces Antagonist Swan

Lollipop Chainsaw Piles On The Stupidity, Introduces Antagonist Swan

Ignore Lollipop Chainsaw's antagonist Swan's similarities to The Cure frontman Robert Smith, because it definitely ain't like heaven at San Romero High School

As previous trailers have established, Lollipop Chainsaw is a zombie game with a bubblepop twist. Could there be a more fitting bad-guy than a misunderstood high-school goth? Sure, Lollipop Chainsaw looks absolutely stupid, but that's what..

News: PlayStation Vita Goes Fishing In March

PlayStation Vita Goes Fishing In March

It's no secret that Japan has an unhealthy obsession with fishing games

While we're partial to the odd round of SEGA Bass Fishing, we don't fully understand the appeal of the genre. But that's not stopped Japanese gamers from getting a little hot under the collar over Kadokawa Games' wonderfully named Let's Try Bass Fishing: Fish On Next for PlayStation Vita. The game's confirmed for a March 22nd..

News: Lollipop Chainsaw's Boxart Is Appropriately Awesome

Lollipop Chainsaw's Boxart Is Appropriately Awesome

Good boxart should summarise a game's contents in a single image

Lollipop Chainsaw's front-cover does exactly that. The artwork shows protagonist Juliet Starling clutching at a chainsaw with her beheaded companion key-fob dangling from her waist. In the background are high-school lockers with zombies inside. Pretty much tells you everything you need to know. The Grasshopper Manufacture developed..