A prolific creator, Goichi Suda, alias Suda51, became known through games with unique concepts and careful artistic direction. Whether with Killer7 or No More Heroes, the “punk” of Japanese video games has marked the industry on several occasions.
This good Suda51 would now like to be able to take advantage of its prestigious heritage, in particular by wearing some of its past achievements on Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, as he recently explained during a Momocon interview, property issues arise. In the case of Killer 7, Capcom has the rights, while for Killer is Dead, it is at Kadokawa Games that we should go crazy. So that’s the whole problem that the 52-year-old game designer is currently facing: if he specifies doing everything he can to launch the development of portages, negotiations with rights holders prove to be complex …
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By daFrans, Journalist jeuxvideo.com