Suda's games aren't for everyone and he knows that. He makes what he knows his fanbase will enjoy, and that's why he succeeds. I'm looking forward to playing this game because I love how abstract and bizarre his games always are, its part of the fun and what makes them unique.
I think the biggest problem for me is that the artwork and colour choices are far too "creative", and will undoubtedly give me a huuuuuge headache.
The gameplay looks sloppy like most Suda games, but man i really think the art style as a whole looks great. Well, i guess that could be said about most Suda games as well too lol.
Eh the deep end Goichi Suda that's his way idc if ppl say his games are bad ill still play em i love Suda 51's work and all ways will
Watch the entire video. The reviewer makes a good point, and no, there is no numbered review.
@ExplicitMike @wgerardi @b0sse
Understanding Goichi Suda is not a necessary occupational obligation for a reviewer - drawing in Internet traffic is. ;)
That said, I am not sure why you still think that anyone has to "understand" games - or more precisely, "understand" games your way.
Perception of games is but a very subjective matter, you should be reminded.
Well this is disappointing. I was hoping Suda was going to finally develop a game I was interested in buying.
Reviewers don't understand Suda 51 at all. "Is too immature" That comment sticks out. All his games are like that.
The preview videos I've seen hinted at mediocre gameplay but I was hoping the story would make up for it.
So...it's crazy, fun and heavily sexualized just like any other Suda game.
Shouldn't you guys take the creators objectives in consideration before posting another review bashing a game that actually aims on being quirky? And also....another pointless complain about sexism.
Have you ever watched any Anime in your life? They are all sexualized.
Please grow up.
this review seem to be mean on purpose. i guess small games can't get fair shakes when they have to compete with big publishers games like lost planet 2, rayman legends, splinter cell, bureau and saints rows 4 for face time and reviewer's attention. can't let the underdog win, they didn't pay for ad time.
@wynn30 Doesn't sound like you've played it. But it does sound like you're ready to give it a pass no matter how bad it is simply because its a Suda game.
@OurSin-360 have u played suda games? or are you just hating...?
@B-boy Some people enjoy the different style and perspective offered by Japanese games. Not everybody needs to be huddled together with you in your corner of gaming interests.
@SavoyPrime what? No More Heros for Wii was a great game.
@ExplicitMike Then that means immaturity is a characteristic of Suda games.
@wgerardi try a demo first friend then do your own review and play it if it is what you were looking for.
@wgerardi Try it for yourself. The guy doesn't understand Suda at all.
@oldschoolvandal What are the creator's "objectives" in including heavily sexualized elements in gameplay then? Cause it seems like it is not very subtly catering to a perceived male gamer love of ogling boobies. Which is fine, I suppose, but then that seems to validate the criticisms of immaturity.
@oldschoolvandal I stopped diggin Anime a long time ago, however I don't ever seem to get sick of Goichi Suda... The guys a burst of energy and style the industry needs. He makes games that are games. Still planning on giving this title a try...
@oldschoolvandal"heavily sexualized," "another pointless complain about sexism," "Have you ever watched any Anime in your life? They are all sexualized," and then you tell others to "grow up"? What drugs are you on, can I have some?
@oldschoolvandal Yeah, after reading the review it seems like this kinda game just isn't Mark's bag. Maybe I will enjoy it after all, I love weird ass Suda stuff.
@Someguy1212 I heard No More Heroes was good, but I was never interested in the Wii.
@cvfish Sorry...I missed your point. Did I say something that's not true or is completely wrong?
My point was that Suda tendencies has to be taken into consideration before mentioning their peculiarities as a bad thing (or even predominant traits from Japanese products consumed in the west for that matter).
In other words, my issue is with the review as an informative piece regardless of the score the game received.
Now, would you care to elaborate your comment?
@SavoyPrime You can play No More Heroes on the PS3 as well (with updated visuals), I would suggest using PS Move if you do though, the standard control method tends to slow the fights down too much for my taste.