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E3 2014 New Suda51 IP Let It Die To Debut On PS4 In 2015
“Death cancels everything, except the truth.”
Eccentric Japanese video game designer Goichi “Suda51” Suda unleashed a teaser trailer on the world during the Sony E3 press conference to show off his latest original IP that will launch exclusively on the PlayStation 4. Suda51 and his company Grasshopper Manufacture have supplied gamers with heavy doses of experiences that are part dark comedy, part ultra-violent and all-together insanity. From the assassin antics of Travis Touchdown in the No More Heroes franchise to the absurd teeny bopper madness of Chainsaw Lollipop, Grasshopper has always managed to keep gamers off balance with their titles and their unique approaches.
The trailer for Let It Die appears to show a title that doesn’t fall too far from the Suda family tree. The feature shows no lack of visceral content, depicting intense fights sequences in abandoned and subterranean arenas. The sequences reek of images inspired by the “splatter” horror genre and is definitely not for the weak at heart.The footage features items being added to the character, customizing the characters look and adding points to attributes. Attack options for players also seem to range anywhere from blunt melee weapons to firearms and flamethrowers when your character finds themselves fortunate enough to survive each encounter.
Alas, most of the clip is built on live action scenes and does very little to offer any true insight into gameplay mechanics. The game’s title card also features a logo comprised of the Grim Reaper riding on a skateboard, keeping in line with the Suda style of tongue-in-cheek carnage. Let It Die is scheduled to release sometime in 2015 and will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive.
Warning: We here at Leviathyn would like to advise that the following footage is extremely graphic and may contain content considered inappropriate for children.