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Goichi Suda

CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture

Goichi Suda

Goichi Suda (須田 剛一, Suda Gōichi, born January 2, 1968), also known as Suda 51, is the CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture and a former designer at Human Entertainment. The "51" in his nickname, Suda51, is a pun on his given name. In Japanese, "Go" means 5 and "ichi" means 1. His works include Moonlight Syndrome, The Silver Case, Flower, Sun and Rain, Michigan, killer7, the No More Heroes series, Shadows of the Damned, and Lollipop Chainsaw. He was known to make appearances wearing a lucha libre mask while promoting killer7. He has been called an "auteur" video game director.

Suda and his studio also frequently collaborate with other developers, including creating the story sequences for the Wii title Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, the "Subspace Emissary" mode in Super Smash Bros. Brawl , and a radio drama prequel to Snatcher with Hideo Kojima titled Sdatcher.

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2008
No More Heroes
Wii
Grasshopper Manufacture
2010
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
Wii
Grasshopper Manufacture
2011
Shadows of the Damned
PlayStation 3
Grasshopper Manufacture
2012
Guild01
Nintendo 3DS
Level-5
Lollipop Chainsaw
PlayStation 3
Grasshopper Manufacture

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Two Guild01 titles trademarked in the United States

Level-5 has filed trademarks for Yasumi Matsuno's Crimson Shroud and Goichi Suda's Liberation Maiden - both titles from their Nintendo 3DS compilation title Guild011. Crimson Shroud is Matsuno's first directed title since falling ill due to stress while helming Final Fantasy XII. Read on

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  1. Look’s Like Level-5′s Guild 01 Is Heading Overseas - Siliconera

Guild01 mini review

Guild01 isn’t like Professor Layton, Dragon Quest IX or any other of Level-5′s recent big-named titles. Rather it’s a budget anthology title sporting not one but four different — and completely unrelated — games by three famous developers (and one comedian). But despite that selling point, Guild01 has completely failed to capture the interest of the Japanese market, selling a mere 20,000 copies in its opening month...Guild01 is a game aimed at gamers: gamers who know who these game creators are and are excited to see their newest projects.

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