news\ Apr 26, 2013 at 2:48 pm

Jessica Nigri is back to promote Suda's Killer is Dead

Jessica Nigri Killer is Dead

In what was one of the most genius ways to market your upcoming game, Suda 51 hired gorgeous cosplay model, Jessica Nigri, to portray the main character, Juliet Starling. Even people who weren't previously interested in the game all of a sudden showed interest thanks to some provocative shots and some classy cosplay.

It looks like Suda and Nigri are at it again for his upcoming game Killer is Dead. While I can't tell you what the heck is going on in this video, as everyone, including Jessica, is speaking in Japanese, there comes a point where Gigolo glasses are discussed, and well, things get a little bit more interesting.

While it does seem at parts that Jessica is a little confused about what's going on screen, she does seem to have a talking segment herself. Is Jessica fluent in Japanese? Is it just rehearsed? Does it matter?! Just enjoy the video. You're welcome.

According to the official Killer is Dead website:

KILLER IS DEAD™ is a brand new action title jointly developed by KADOKAWA GAMES and GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE, with SUDA51 lending his trademark sense of style at the helm.

A reputable execution agency’s newest recruit, Mondo Zappa, takes center stage as he stalks and beheads a wide variety of heinous criminals all across the world (and even, perhaps, outside of it). As he settles into his new job, he also comes to terms with his own inner demons, balancing his talent for dispensing swift and brutal justice with his fleeting memories of a traumatic past, and peppering it all with his many sensual conquests.

Be he a killer, a lover or a gigolo, his many tales of passion and brutality begin with his appointment at Bryan´s Executioner Office. A whole world of pain and pleasure awaits, and there’s no telling where it might take him next...

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