The creator of Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die has said that he is stepping away from games development for a while.
Hidetaka ‘Swery65’ Suehiro’s career dates back to the late 1990s, although he’s best known for cult horror curio Deadly Premonition which was released in 2010.
“Starting today, I will be taking a short break from game development, in order to focus on recovering from reactive hypoglycaemia,” he said. “I’m already slow enough at making games as it is, and I feel like all I ever do is make my fans wait.
“But I’ve decided that I need to take a rest here, so that I can hopefully continue to make games in the future. When I recover from my illness, I’m going to do my best to make games that are better and more awesome than ever before.”
Unfortunately I have to take some time off work to recover from an illness. Don’t worry. I'll be back. Best!!https://t.co/AaEbvndgvV
— HidetakaSwerySuehiro (@Swery65) November 6, 2015