I recently went to PAX West and it was amazing! Check this video where I go over the Daddy Gamer PAX West 2017 experience! I got to play some really fun games, got some really cool opportunities, and got some pretty neat swag to bring back home with me!
Though I had an amazing time overall at PAX West 2017, there were a few stand out moments. This is one of them. I had the privilege to sit down with Goichi Suda, also known as Suda 51 and for his unique design style in games like No More Heroes 1 and 2, Let It Die, and Lollipop Chainsaw. He is revisiting the No More Heroes series and Travis Touchdown with Travis Strikes Again, which is currently i...[Read More]
Ah, Suda 51, probably one of the wackiest game designers of our time. Games touched by this man are often a shout against society, reveling in counter culture, absurdity, and violence. All of his games are strange, while some of them become shining beacons in a system’s library. Let It Die is the recent release by Grasshopper Manufacture, hitting the PS4 as a free-to-play title that has simi...[Read More]
The PlayStation Experience brought all sorts of excitement to the world of games with big announcements, gameplay footage of things that were shown at E3 earlier this year, and even some playable games and demos that were made available shortly after the show. Let it Die is one of those games, a free-to-play title that takes the combat tropes created by Dark Souls and adds that infamous twist that...[Read More]
When your character looks like he’s jerking off with furious vigor just to recharge your primary weapon, you know you’ve got a gem of a game on your hands. Such is the case with No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise, the enhanced PS3 port of the original 2007 Nintendo Wii game No More Heroes. Look, the game isn’t perfect. It had flaws in the original Wii version, and it has flaw...[Read More]
Guess who is bringing Suda 51’s latest insanity to the west? Why yes, it is Warner Bros. I see you can read headlines.