Goichi Suda, also known as Suda 51, has created many iconic games during his career, from the No More Heroes series to Killer is Dead, leading up to the upcoming PS4 exclusive Let it Die.
If you want to know more about him, today YouTube user toco toco tv released a charming video walking us through Suda-san’s daily life and inspirations, from his regular visits to a batting center, to his office, and even his favorite bar that was included in No More Heroes. If you love his creations, you simply can’t miss this.
Incidentally, the same Director of this lovely video, Anne Ferrero, just released a quite awesome feature-length documentary on Japanese indie and dojin develeopers, that can be found on Steam and Playism. If you want to learn more about a little known aspect of Japanese game development, this is probably your best option.
That said, enjoy the video below, and you can also watch a similar one introducing D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die‘s creator Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro.