Killer is Dead Review – another one crazy japanese game

Killer is Dead action video game from Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture

Time to talk about games.

I’ll start from something strange. Probably because this game got bad press that she does not deserve. The first thing you need to know about this game is that it is completely crazy. It’s normal thing for japanese games, but this game still can surprise you, even if you think that you saw a lot of crazy stuff. And this is what Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51 do all the time. They deliver original content with lots of violence and sex.

Killer is Dead video game Mondo

Meet the Mondo. The guy with the katana and the cybernetic hand. He working in Bryan Execution Firm and he is an executioner(thx cap). Mostly he killing evil guys from Dark side of the Moon by requests from simple citizens. Sounds funny, yeah? And it’s more than funny, it’s fucking awesome! Where else can you get a mission with train that possessed by demons, who is racing across Siberia to Moscow?

Some general information on the game:

  • Amazing&original graphic design.
  • Awesome fighting system which simple but rewarding.
  • Ultraviolence everywhere.
  • This game smells like “Kill Bill” sometimes, and it’s great.
  • Optional sex content with Mondo Girls sometimes delivers real fun.

Final words: this game not as bad as it described in press. It’s fun, crazy, violent and sexy. If you love fast-paced action games with good/original game design – K.I.D. is for you.

And if you read all this, and still do not understand what this game is, just watch this video:

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