Tag: Grasshopper Manufacture

Let It Die: New Content On The Way

Let It Die, the best console-based free-to-play game in recent memory (and perhaps ever) has met great success since its launch last December, and shows no signs of stopping. The team behind the game recently announced a slew of new features and content to be rolled out in the coming months. Some of these things were…


Interview With Hideyuki Shin On… Let It Die

In February 2017, it was announced that Playstation 4 free-to-play exclusive Let It Die had passed more than two million downloads in North America, Europe and Japan combined. In order to mark the occasion, I had the chance to ask the game’s director, Hideyuki Shin a few questions. Here are his answers, translated from Japanese.


Let It Die Second Opinion

Free-To-Slay HIGH The gameplay loop is incredibly addicting. LOW Getting one-shotted by Haters twice my level. WTF The prices of some items in the PSN store…    There’s a lot to be said for simplicity of design and a focus on core ideas. I played an absurd number of games […]

Let it Die Review

Let it Thrive

HIGH Evolving from a ridiculously weak fighter into a nightmarish harbinger of death.

LOW Grinding for drops to improve equipment can be pretty nasty at times.

WTF Let it Die — a free-to-play title — launched without monetization.


Let It Die Preview

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In 2026, a massive cataclysm will rock the world. Earthquakes will ruin nations, chunks of Japan will fall into the ocean, and a massive city-spire known as the Tower of Barbs will rise from the sea and beckon adventurers to explore its heights.  Oh, and a skateboarding grim reaper wearing 3D glasses will also be there to dole out advice to those who dare the climb.


Let It Die, Dev Diary #1

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Let It Die, the new roguelike hack-and-slash third-person PVP free-to-play title coming from Grasshopper Manufacture (can we squeeze one more descriptor in there?!?) was one of my favorite titles from this year’s PAX West, and it’s coming exclusively to PS4 this year.


Killer is Dead Review

Abstract Assassination

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HIGH Pulling off a long combo string, ending in a flashy execution.

LOW The gigolo missions, the level design… most of it, really.

WTF How does Suda keep getting to make games?