NIS America and Grasshopper Manufacture have announced they’re bringing Killer7 to Windows PC. The port was announced at MoMoCon 2018 this week.
The action adventure was released thirteen years ago in 2005 and was SUDA51’s first game to be released outside of Japan. The Steam page has already been updated, go check it out if you’re interested.
Goichi Suda commonly known by the nickname Suda51, is a Japanese video game designer, writer and director. He is the founder of Grasshopper Manufacture, who currently are working on the PC port. Suda51 has developed a reputation for absurd and creative gameplay in the titles the company has worked on. Some of their successes includes, Lollipop Chainsaw, No More Heroes and several games in the Fatal Frame franchise.
Check out the announcement teaser below. Sadly, no new content is being added in this release. So we can expect some graphical updates and improved controls and performance. If you’ve never played killer7 before, be forewarned that the game features some pretty graphic violence and is very much NSFW. All that said, you should definitely check it out if you’re the kind of gamer with a penchant for weird and unique gaming experiences.