By Spencer . March 22, 2010 . 3:07pm
"I’m really happy to hear every time I come to London that the fans want to hear about a sequel to Killer7 this is a title that made Grasshopper a worldwide name so it is very important to us,” cheered Goichi Suda in a fan powered interview with Rising Star Games.
“In the future we’re interested in making a similar game, but there are no definite plans yet.” Suda51’s studio just finished No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle which is scheduled to come out in Europe this April. Grasshopper is also busy with a PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 horror game funded by Electronic Arts and a remake of The Silver Case, Grasshopper’s first for Nintendo DS, which has been put on hold.
Watch the full interview to see what inspires the punk rock developer and Suda’s favorite foods.