Welcome to the Hotel Barcelona.
Two well-known creators are going to collaborate, it seems.
This will be the first No More Heroes release on a non-Nintendo platform.
Travis Touchdown won't be locked down to just one platform.
At PAX West 2018, Killer 7 writer, director, and designer Goichi Suda fill us in about his cult classic's upcoming PC remaster.
Suda51 also missed out on the Stranger Things hype apparently.
Think of it as a warm-up for Travis. He's probably rusty.
Travis Strikes Again isn't No More Heroes 3, it's an indie game collection.
The Silver Case, which launched Grasshopper Manufacture into the world, get a proper sequel at long last.
Ahead of the Twin Peaks revival, we interrogate the often-misguided Twin Peaks comparisons in games.
One of gaming's most eccentric auteurs shares what it's like to revisit his first original game, its new chapters for the Playstation 4 remaster, and more.
In 2005, Goichi Suda's Lynchian experiment made him one of the most exciting young talents in the gaming industry. But will he ever top this exceedingly off-putting experience?
Why Goichi Suda's partnership with Kazuki Morishita on "Let it Die" could end up being a match made in heaven for a struggling developer.
I'll be sitting down with Goichi Suda on Thursday, and I want to bring along a question from you.