Next for Grasshopper!Killer Is Dead: Nightmare Edition
marks the second time a Grasshopper Manufacture game resurfaces on Windows computers, following the Steam reissue of Sine Mora
. This edition contains a less forgiving Nightmare difficulty level, bundled Smooth Operator Pack downloadable content and the ability to replay cinematics. Killer Is Dead
will be released for Windows on May 9, 2014.
Lily Bergamo will be the first Grasshopper Manufacture project to benefit from GungHo's acquisition of the company, which will result in more prominent online features in a Grasshopper game than ever before. This action game is currently identified as a PlayStation 4 exclusive.
Flower, Sun, and Rain was considered for a follow-up around 2009, when Suda admitted he would like to write protagonist Sumio Mondo into a future video game.
Michigan: Report from Hell was in 2009 an idea Suda wished to remake or follow with a sequel.
Contact was a title director Akira Ueda planned in 2006 to follow without the involvement of Grasshopper Manufacture. While a sequel has yet to be developed, Ueda confirmed he would like to work with Suda on a second installment.
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle has been planned to receive a sequel since 2009, though according to Suda, "it won't happen soon." In 2011, Suda confirmed he was demonstrated Wii U hardware and was considering how to go about a sequel on that platform.
Shadows of the DAMNED was a title composer Akira Yamaoka admitted in 2012 that he was considering a sequel to, feeling relatively certain that Grasshopper would have Electronic Arts' support
Lollipop Chainsaw was discussed in a 2012 interview with Polygon where Suda said he would like to sequelize the game. This interview took place before the game's release however and Suda offered few other words about a second installment, so it is unclear if Lollipop Chainsaw is still considered sequel-material.