They may never be financial successes, but Suda51 titles rarely fail to leave an impression. Killer Is Dead is a little punk, a little noir, a little James Bond, and a whole lot of crazy.
This week we consider the relative value and possible meanings of Suda51’s most recent digital provocation.
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