Goichi Suda is happy that his studio Grasshopper Manufacture got acquired and he believes he has complete creative freedom now. Does that mean, we will be seeing more games like Lollipop Chainsaw? That’s hard to say, really.
“This is a good thing because now I can focus more on the creative side. GungHo is providing me with complete creative freedom. I’ve worked with multiple publishers in the past, but I don’t think there are many presidents out there who will provide such freedom to their development team,” he told Polygon.
“Now I can focus even more than I could in the past, so I think this will be a good thing for Grasshopper.”
GungHo president Kazuki Morishita said, “The world that Suda has in his mind is something we can’t create at GungHo, so it’s about having something we don’t and working with that world.”
It’s nice that people who create games are happy so that we can see more awesome games from them in the future.
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