Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro, creator of the delightfully bizarre Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, has teased his next game: The Missing.
Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro's new game The Good Life - a papercraft open-world murder mystery in a rural English town, oh and where you turn into a cat or dog at night - will fail as a campaign on crowdfunding platform Fig. He seeks $1.5m but has raised only a third of it, and his time runs out today.
What will maverick designer Swery, real name Hidetaka Suehiro, make next? How will he follow the Twin Peaksy eccentricity of Deadly Premonition, or the dizzyingly off centre D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die? More to the point: is he okay?
Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die director Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro has left Access Games, the studio he co-founded in 2002.
Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die director Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro has the most amazingly bombastic back tattoo I have ever seen.
Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro, the brain behind bizarre survival horror Deadly Premonition, has announced a temporary break from games development.
Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro's Deadly Premonition follow-up, D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, is heading to PC on 5th June for $14.99 (about £10), the developer announced on Twitter.
It will be available on Steam, GOG, Humble Store and Playism.
Swery also suggested that future episodes of D4 are on the way. "The next season will be even better than you're all expecting, so please keep cheering me on," the director said in an interview with Gamasutra before teasing the following image:
UPDATE 01/05/2015: Access Games has released the first screenshots of the PC version of D4.