Everything We Know About Killer7’s PC Port

<img src="https://https://static2.srcdn.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Killer7-PC-Port-Logo.jpg" /><p>PC players unfamiliar with Capcom’s <strong><em>Killer7</em></strong> are going to be thankful come fall, as Goichi Suda's surreal cult-classic game is now slated for a Steam remaster. Originally released for the Gamecube and PlayStation 2 in 2005, <em>Killer7</em> was Suda's first game distributed outside of Japan, a strange combination of FPS and adventure game genres, threaded together by a provocative storyline that linked voter fraud, film noir, multiple personality disorder, and international terrorism to deliver what is arguably one of the most memorable games of all time.</p><p>Goichi Suda, aka Suda51, is a Japanese video game director and writer who has manifested a unique niche for himself on modern consoles, often heading unusual, left-of-center games like <em>No More Heroes</em> and PS4's online-only exclusive <em>Let It Die</em>. Reliably utilizing a variety of specific themes like pro-wrestling, punk rock, and geek culture in all of his games, the maverick CEO of studio Grasshopper Manufacture has built one of the most unusual portfolios in gaming, but <em>Killer7</em> was, for many, the gateway to all things Suda, which is why <em>Killer7</em>'s PC port is exciting fans.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="https://screenrant.com/killer7-pc-port-suda/">Everything We Know About Killer7's PC Port</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://screenrant.com/killer7-pc-port-suda/">Everything We Know About Killer7's PC Port</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://screenrant.com/">ScreenRant</a>

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