The ‘punk rock’ developer of the video game industry

Goichi Suda, more affectionately known as Suda51, has a reputation. 

It took root after his 2005 cult hit, Killer7, took off in the US — his first game to launch outside of Japan. You took control of seven assassins as you stylishly explored (and killed your way through) Suda’s fictional setting that highlighted political tensions between the US and Japan

It looked like creepy anime, read flippantly, and played like a fever dream. It was a weird one, to be sure, and it wasn’t for...

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