Character Art & Debut Trailer For Killer Is Dead

Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture bring their usual brand of weirdness and violence to the world of video games once again this summer.

(Source: allgamesbeta.com)

A Little Bit on the No More Gravity Side: Check out Yusuke Kozaki’s rendition of the main character from Gravity Daze. Kozaki is the character designer behind Suda 51’s No More Heroes series. Download the desktop version here and the Vita wallpaper version here.

A Little Bit on the No More Gravity Side: Check out Yusuke Kozaki’s rendition of the main character from Gravity Daze. Kozaki is the character designer behind Suda 51’s No More Heroes series. Download the desktop version here and the Vita wallpaper version here.

No More Heroes iPhone Case
This iPhone case from Gasshopper Manufacture is way too cool for school. It’s neat enough to draw some attention, but subtle enough to not let anyone know it’s from a videogame.
Hey Grasshopper, how about a Bizarre Jelly 5 iPhone case and game?

No More Heroes iPhone Case

This iPhone case from Gasshopper Manufacture is way too cool for school. It’s neat enough to draw some attention, but subtle enough to not let anyone know it’s from a videogame.

Hey Grasshopper, how about a Bizarre Jelly 5 iPhone case and game?

United Assassins Association
David.O (a.k.a. Sem) combines his ten No More Heroes pin-ups of Jeane, Bad Girl, Holly Summers, Shinobu Jacobs, Sylvia Christel, Doctor Naomi, Margaret Moonlight, Alice Twilight, Kimmy Howell, and Cloe Walsh into a single banner poster.

United Assassins Association

David.O (a.k.a. Sem) combines his ten No More Heroes pin-ups of Jeane, Bad Girl, Holly Summers, Shinobu Jacobs, Sylvia Christel, Doctor Naomi, Margaret Moonlight, Alice Twilight, Kimmy Howell, and Cloe Walsh into a single banner poster.

Reaper, Reaper, That’s What People Call MeDavid.O (aka Sem) continues his series of No More Heroes pin-ups with this rendition of the gothic lolita assassin known as Margaret Moonlight.

Reaper, Reaper, That’s What People Call Me
David.O (aka Sem) continues his series of No More Heroes pin-ups with this rendition of the gothic lolita assassin known as Margaret Moonlight.

No More Heroes Figure Gets a Date and Price
This mildly suggestive PVC figure of Silvia from No More Heroes will be available in September for a juicy $159.99, according to Play-Asia. Since NMH merch is few and far between, this might be worth picking up. In related news, the figure’s beam katana is detachable. No word on if it will fit in the hands of your Star Wars figures.

No More Heroes Figure Gets a Date and Price

This mildly suggestive PVC figure of Silvia from No More Heroes will be available in September for a juicy $159.99, according to Play-Asia. Since NMH merch is few and far between, this might be worth picking up. In related news, the figure’s beam katana is detachable. No word on if it will fit in the hands of your Star Wars figures.

The iPhone Cases Travis Touchdown Would Use

Grasshopper Manufacture, home of Suda51, have gotten into the iPhone case business. You can pick up these unique accessories at the official Grasshopper site.

(Source: andriasang.com)

No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is being released on PS3 with Move support.
So, basically, it’s like No More Heroes in HD, occasional waggling and all. I don’t know how exactly I feel about it, to tell you the truth. On one hand, it’ll be good for PS3 owners to get the full NMH experience. On the other hand, I feel like it’s a little bit of a rip off. 
But, then again, there are few other ways to feel about Sony’s ‘Move,’ if you ask me.
NMH: HP should be coming to Europe sometime in 2011.
[Via Joystiq]

No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise is being released on PS3 with Move support.

So, basically, it’s like No More Heroes in HD, occasional waggling and all. I don’t know how exactly I feel about it, to tell you the truth. On one hand, it’ll be good for PS3 owners to get the full NMH experience. On the other hand, I feel like it’s a little bit of a rip off. 

But, then again, there are few other ways to feel about Sony’s ‘Move,’ if you ask me.

NMH: HP should be coming to Europe sometime in 2011.

[Via Joystiq]

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