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Suda 51

Suda 51 was born on January 2, 1968 in Nagano, Japan as Goichi Suda. He is a director and writer, known for Killer7 (2005), Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked (2006) and No More Heroes (2007). See full bio »
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Killer7 Director
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 2013 Killer Is Dead (Video Game)
 2012 Black Knight Sword (Video Game)
 2012 Lollipop Chainsaw (Video Game) (creative director)
 2011 Shadows of the Damned (Video Game) (executive director)
 2008 Zero: Tsukihami no kamen (Video Game)
 2007 No More Heroes (Video Game) (as Suda 51)
 2006 Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked (Video Game)
 2005 Killer7 (Video Game)
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Suda 51 | Suda Goichi | SUDA51 | Goichi Suda

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His name, Suda 51, branches off his birth name, Suda Goichi. "Go" means "5" in Japanese, and "ichi" means 1 in Japanese. See more »

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