Suda 51, CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture, has of late been working hard on brining No More Heroes to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but following this Wii-port the developer has expressed interest in making games for both of the HD console’s motion-control systems.
In conversation with GameSpot UK, Goichi Suda (Suda 51) said that he was “very interested” in making games for the PS3 motion controller (presumed to be titled PlayStation Arc) and Xbox 360’s Project Natal. He added that such games would go further than a simple recreation of the No More Heroes Wii formula, where he “will make some original IP to fit that control system.”
Interestingly, Suda 51 also complimented Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain, further stating that he’d “very much like” to make a similar title in the future, since he likes the idea of “new designs and anything that gives new experiences to the players,” though he feels that this style of game will be harder to push in Japan.
[UPDATE] – Suda 51 has told Games.fr that he’s less interested in Sony’s Arc, and more in Microsoft’s Natal:
“Why develop a game for the competition (Sony) while their device is exactly the same as Nintendo’s? I’m not really excited about the gadget from Sony. Natal is great, it would be interesting to work on it”