- The de-lovely Christian Nutt was kind enough to send over his newly published interview with Suda51, which is up at GamesRadar, and in it, Mr. 51 talks about his new Wii title No More Heroes.

Suda is most interesting because he's so direct about where he's seen in the marketplace - essentially as a cult icon, which is not necessarily where he wants to be: "I want profit and I want respect. I want the indie respect and the profit of the mainstream. I'm aiming to make No More Heroes more marketable than before. I'm making this game, more so than before, a game that's going to sell units in America and Europe."

He continues: "For Killer 7, my aim was to make something completely new in all different directions. So I think that maybe it was a new experience that wasn't familiar for American users when they first played Killer 7. So Killer 7 got all this different feedback. So it's actually a really good lesson for me in terms of what Americans and Europeans like in terms of gameplay."

"[For No More Heroes] I'm going towards the American, more standard type of gameplay. I think it will fit well with what people appreciated from Killer 7: the presentation, the cinematics, the story. So I think it will be easier for people to pick up and play - more so than Killer 7 - because I've learned a lot from just listening to other people's feedback from the gameplay of Killer 7." Oh, and he also namedrops The Warriors as a Western game he dug, which is really interesting.