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- The twisted mind behind controversial but adored titles such as Lollipop Chainsaw, Killer 7 and No More Heroes is back with a bizarre tale of an executioner tracking down high-level terrorists in a cyberpunk world
- Visuals are presented in a fashion reminiscent of a moving comic book, bringing the stylish and ultra-violent world to life
- Swordplay is Mondo's preferred style, but his left bionic arm can be used for powerful punches to attack enemies or break through barriers, and it can also transform into a gun when ranged combat is necessary
- Dozens of extra missions outside of the main story give players access to unlockable outfits, money to upgrade weapons, materials to aid in a pinch, and "Gigolo Mode" to seduce the various beautiful women Mondo meets throughout the story
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Top Customer Reviews
started off on hard mode right away.
this game is pure action.
it also has a lot of replay value because it has tons of unlockable items & who doesnt like that?! (costumes & guns)
btw i still cant find one of them aarrrrrghhhh!!
If you liked No More Heroes or Lollipop Chainsaw, GET THIS RIGHT AWAY!!
The music is incredible!! very catchy music.
crazy crazy plot thanks to Suda 51
badass fighting system to level up
gigolo missions will have you laughing
I'm on very hard mode now (YES EVERYTHING CARRIES OVER FROM HARD MODE)how cool is that?!
getting AAA ranks on those side missions is going to be tough.
DONT MISS THIS GAME. GET IT!!!
to me this game is like No More Heroes combined with Cowboy Bepop but with a sword.
The game heavily focuses, perhaps as a parody, on cyberpunk style. You and other characters casually have cybernetic limbs and implants and everyone acts casually like they're not there.
At the same time the gameplay is shown in high contrast, dark shadows, environment and is accompanied by 70s acid jazz music . Not exactly to my liking but it plays only in the main menu.
It has an interesting mini game where your character is going on dates with different girls over the world. You have to go on those dates to get new weapons or items actually. So the game is definitely aimed at men.
Gameplay itself feels like a very good button mashing combo pressing fighting game. You unlock moves as you gain crystals. You have to learn the righty timing to get the moves to work. Have to know when to use what melee weapon or item. So the gameplay is very solid. Graphics may not be the best, and in fact they are kind of abstract frequently, but it does not hinder anything. Action looks stylish and exciting. The main character is somewhat relatable male.Read more ›
Ok, I finished the game on all of the difficulty levels and I still can't tell you what the story is about. Apparently there's a mansion on the dark side of the moon and when people go there a kinky guy named David will haunt their dreams and turn them into a nightmarish cyber-mutant. Then someone will call the hit man agency and Mondo, a bionic ladies man, will battle them in memorable fashion. The story is so strange, you'll keep watching to see what happens next and at times, it's hilarious.
This is a level based game with lots of mini-challenges. The main campaign is composed of 12 missions. These are traditional action / combat levels with very slight puzzles. Mondo will battle his way through the levels destroying enemies by the hundreds. The combat is easy to learn and has a surprising amount of depth. Hidden throughout the levels are collectibles. The most memorable collectible is Scarlett, the sexiest nurse of all time. When you find her, she fills up your blood meter, which allows you to perform special attacks and she unlocks a special challenge level in her lab. At the end of each level is a unique boss battle. After you complete the level, you are graded on your time, damage you took, and your fighting ability. Based on your grade, you get cash.
As you play through the levels, you unlock side missions.Read more ›
The story is as insane as you would expect for a Suda51 game. For example, one of the first missions is an Alice in Wonderland tribute where you have to kill Alice to rid her of a parasite alien she picked up on her vacation to the moon. It only gets stranger from there, right up to the final boss fight.
The artwork in the game is gorgeous - it looks and plays great. The side missions are a little strange - picking up "beauties" in bars by staring at them, using special goggles to look at their lingerie and giving them gifts. This may seem offensive to some people, but I personally thought it was funny.
Overall, Killer is Dead is a game worth at least a rental. If you buy the retail version it comes with an artbook and soundtrack. It's a worthy addition to any game collection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A beautifully cinematic game, be prepared for an out of this world experience. The only downside to this game is the steep learning curve for the powers of the main character. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Will C
This is probably Suda 51's most polarizing game.
Fans of Suda's previous work will no doubt be reminded of No More Heroe's gameplay due to Killer is Dead's stylized... Read more
I know this game gets a bad rep, but it's actually a great deal of fun. The swordplay is fast and fluid, and the Musselback weapon/tool system forces you to take a step back from... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jason Reff
Not a good game, but a GREAT GAME, exceptionally outside the standards of gaming missions, a surreal adventure into Japanese pulp graphic fantasy... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Raam