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Swery's The Good Life, now with dogs!

When I interviewed Swery, director of Deadly Premonition and D4, at Tokyo Game Show he told me one last thing that I couldn't include in the interview. The big update I referred to was this: The Good Life will have a dog version. Inst...

 
 
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You can't talk to cats, but Swery can

At Tokyo Game Show 2017, I finally got a chance to meet and talk with one of my favorite game developers, Hidetaka Suehiro aka "Swery." He directed the masterpieces Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die while at Access ...

 
 
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Watch Swery goof around in motion capture for The Good Life

Swery decided to do some motion capture for his studio's, White Owls, first title The Good Life as the protagonist, Naomi. In the video he's mostly just goofing around and even a caption suggests they're not going to use the animations. On...

 
 
 
 
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Swery's new game is a mystery RPG where people turn into cats

We were supposed to have to wait until PAX West to find out what Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro and his new studio White Owls are up to. Those plans have been accelerated, as game crowdfunding platform Fig sent out an email announcing Swery's ...

 
 
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Swery65 is announcing his new game at PAX

Even though we've kept up with Swery65 in the years since D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die and Deadly Premonition, it feels like it's been far too long since we've been able to talk about an active, in-production game from the director. The opport...

 
 
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Swery65 is back! Opens new studio White Owls

After taking time away from Access games for health reasons and to become a Buddhist priest, Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro ultimately left Access Games in October 2016. Now he's back to making games after starting his own development studio call...

 
 
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Swery and Access Games are done

Director of cult hits Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, Hidetaka Suehiro (better known by his nickname "Swery" or "Swery65") has officially announced his retirement from Access Games on Twitter. He has been taking a bre...

 
 
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Swery gets naked for Peter Panic

Peter Panic -- don't worry, this article is safe for work -- is a Broadway musical minigame compilation from Adult Swim Games wherein you, "pack peanuts, accidentally worship demons and save the theater." Today's second act also features gu...

 
 
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Swery is now a certified Buddhist priest

Game developers say some crazy things. Some make promises they never intend to keep, like Molyneux's spectacular failure of a publicity stunt that spanned both Curiosity and Godus. Others just say crazy things they totally do intend to...

 
 
 
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D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is worth five bucks on Steam

The first (and sadly still only) season of D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is down to $4.94 for 48 hours on Steam. The Deluxe Edition bundle is also discounted by 67 percent, to $9.89, but don't feel like you need all of those extra costumes and ...

 
 
 
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Swery65 is taking a break from game development

Game designer Swery65, best known for creating Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, posted on the Access Games blog today that he will be taking a short break from game development to recover from reactive hypoglycemia. "I'm al...

 
 
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D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die now available on PC

The time has finally come! Deadly Premonition developer Access Games and Hidetaka "Swery 65" Suehiro's D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is out now on Windows PC. Normally $14.99, you can currently grab the first season at a 10 percent discoun...

 
 
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PC Port Report: D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

First, let's take a moment to really appreciate my tequila sub header. It's the little details that count. That's what D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is all about. Sure, when a catgirl is doing karate in your face it's easy to think subtlety has...

 
 
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You can download a demo for D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die on PC

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die was awesome on Xbox One, and it's looking awesome on PC. You can try it out starting today by way of a demo, which is up now on Access Games' official Japanese site. It looks like the English version is down r...

 
 
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Publishers think Swery's next game idea is 'perverted'

I'd be perfectly content with a conclusion to Dark Dreams Don't Die, but Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro's idea for a new game sounds bizarre, original, and worth exploring. Here's how he described it in an interview with GameCentral: "a story abo...

 
 
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D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is better without Kinect on PC

This year, D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is coming to PC, and as soon as I heard the news, I jumped up and down. This is an adventure that needs to be in the hands of as many people as possible, and confining it to just the Xbox One platfo...

 
 
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Swery: D4 on PC is '100 percent bona fide D4'

To say that developer Hidetaka Suehiro -- or, Swery65 as most everyone knows him -- has a knack for creating unique and strange videogame experiences would be an understatement. He has a loyal cult following, as anyone that loves his works ...

 
 
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It's official, David: Swery's D4 is coming to PC

Japanese developer Swery has done a great job curating an air of mystery around the plot of his games. However, he hasn't been as outstanding at keeping the games themselves a mystery. Such is the case with a PC port of D4: Dark Dreams Don'...

 
 
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It looks like D4 is coming to PC, according to Swery

D4 is a fantastic adventure game. I want to see it continue in any way possible, whether that's through additional episodes or a port so more people can enjoy it. I'll get my wish soon, according to creator Swery, as the game is coming...

 
 
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Dark Dreams Don't Die with Deadly Premonition

Deadly Premonition's Francis York Morgan and Dark Dreams Don't Die's David Young, together under one roof? Now there's a conversation I want to overhear. Someone's been reading my mind. Designer Swery65 tweeted this image for his next game,...

 
 




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