Grasshopper’s action-adventure video game, Killer7 that originally released for GameCube and PlayStation 2 will not be rolling out for Microsoft Windows and is coming to Steam this fall. The announcement of Killer7 Coming On Steam was made today, by the developer Grasshopper Manufacture at a Momocon panel.

Killer7 is a multi-character adventure and assassination game written and directed by Goichi Suda and Shinji Mikami and produced by Hiroyuki Kobayashi. Capcom is the original publisher of this game, while this Steam version will be published by NIS America.

As you may already know that this game originally rolled out for GameCube and PS2 so it rolling out on PC means that it will be perfectly optimized for the Windows. According to the details revealed on the games Steam page, and some other reports the game will probably have a keyboard and mouse control options.

Update: According to the NIS America spokesperson the emulator footage which came from internal reference materials was mistakenly used in the development of the trailer. So not the footage has been removed. He also added that no emulators are being used and will not be used in porting Killer7. Referring to this embarrassing situation they sincerely apologize.

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