Final week, No Extra Heroes III’s launch on Swap spelled the potential finish of a collection that first debuted on Wii again in 2007. Its creator, Goichi ‘Suda51’ Suda, bid a fond farewell to the video games on social media on Friday, thanking followers and noting that he hopes they’re going to take pleasure in “Travis Landing’s remaining battle.”
With work on No Extra Heroes all wrapped up, growth studio Grasshopper Manufacture has naturally bought the ball rolling with new tasks, and through a particular launch dwell stream hosted by IGN Japan, Suda spoke about what’s coming subsequent (thanks, VGC):
“The broad reply is we have already got numerous merchandise which are in growth and over the subsequent 10 years we have now three unique IPs that we’re engaged on and we have now already deliberate out.
So you possibly can positively stay up for numerous new, attention-grabbing unique IPs from Grasshopper. We additionally after all produce other plans and are working laborious on them to deliver them to fruition.”
Going additional, he additionally touched upon tasks he’d “love” to work on given the prospect. Seems to be like he is a little bit of a Marvel fan:
“However [in terms of] the type of issues I’d like to do, I’d additionally like to work with Marvel on a Shatterstar or Deadpool recreation, one thing type of Grasshopper-y like that. Perhaps a Quicksilver title of some kinds. So, Marvel, you realize.”
It is not simply video video games that Suda’s all in favour of, although. Simply final month, the No Extra Heroes creator spoke about his hopes to deliver the collection to movie or TV – apparently, one proposal got here very near being a actuality at one stage, however sadly by no means entered manufacturing.