E3 2014: Let It Die From Grasshopper Studios Is Coming Exclusively to the PS4

Suda 51's latest demented adventure is coming to Sony's home console.

If you've ever doubted the strangeness of Suda 51, well, why? Everything that man touches is incredibly bizarre. So now we have Let It Die, a PlayStation 4 exclusive that looks to carry the mantle that Grasshopper is known for. These games are a guilty pleasure of mine. The extreme violence and casual attitude has always made me grin, and though little is known of Let It Die now, it at least looks unique. My guess? It's their first multiplayer game, given that we saw what looked like one monsterous man shoot at another. Now we just have to wait for more details.

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4 comments
camichan
camichan

Suda is often hit or miss with his titles. When he connects, he's brilliant. Here's hoping he carves out another gem.

divinejester
divinejester

@chev93489 Dude if No More Heroes 3 comes out it will be either on the 4 or 1. NMH was already ported with an upgrade to the ps3, and Suda's last few games were on both the 3 and 360, but skipped Nintendo - Lollipop, Killer is Dead, and Shadows of the Damned. I can't see another Suda game hitting a Nintendo console at this point.

Atzenkiller
Atzenkiller

@chev93489 @divinejester  the wii u still exists? isn't it finally time to "let it die"?


i just had to. but seriously no more wii u exclusives please. it only has last gen hardware anyway so i don't see why the devs don't port them to ps3/x360 as well. yeah, i know. the tablet controller changes everything