"There are absolute contradictions and continual errors being constantly loaded deep into the heart of the system that forms this society."

Kill The Past is a blanket label attached to an unspecified number of game developer Goichi Suda's (Suda51) games. The label was created due to his games sharing many story elements, characters, and plot elements across multiple games and even across different companies. With no official series or franchise title to apply to these games, the name Kill The Past was selected, taken from a phrase regularly referred to across his games.
The name became somewhat debated as nearly everything with Goichi Suda's name in the credits connects to something else in some fashion. His works are so varied in setting and tone, and the connections between his games are so presented in such varied ways that it became difficult to properly refer to everything as a series. Is Kill The Past a set few of his games? Those that connect the closest? Those that simply carry the theme of 'killing the past'?
Due to this, Kill The Past begins with different games for different people and contains different games based on one's impression of the game's content. Nearly every 'Kill The Past' guide one could find online will be different. As for me? Kill The Past doesn't exist to me, nor does it play a role in my relationship to his games.
Kill The Past just sounds damn cool, doesn't it? So I used it anyway. Despite that, this is a list of Suda51 works- beyond games, beyond companies, beyond continuities, beyond Kill The Past! Suda51 is gaming punk rock; it won't ever cleanly fit into genres or series.

Super Fire Pro Wrestling

Twilight Syndrome Duology

Moonlight Syndrome

The Silver Case

Flower, Sun, and Rain

Michigan: Report from Hell

Killer7

Killer Is Dead (story)

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case

Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked

Contact

Blood+ One Night Kiss

Death Sentence

No More Heroes

Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

Frog Minutes

Shadows of the Damned

SDATCHER

Rebuild Of Evangelion: 3rd Impact

Sine Mora

Diabolical Pitch

Liberation Maiden

Lollipop Chainsaw

Black Knight Sword

Killer Is Dead

Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day

Tokio of the Moon's Shadow

Kurayami Dance

Bright Red Girl

LET IT DIE

Red, Blue, and Green

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Fire Pro Wrestling World: Champion Road Beyond

No More Heroes III

The Future

Rest In Peace, Chronodia