Excerpt: When first hearing about Lollipop Chainsaw sometime last year it immediately garnered my attention with its offbeat presentation and unique sense of style. A chainsaw-wielding cheerleader decapitating zombies against a background of stars and rainbows? Did I really just see that?
Excerpt: Scantily clad, chainsaw-wielding, freshly legal cheerleader... check. Vulgar-quipping, wacked-out zombies... check. Outrageous, over-the-top, B-Movie quality styled dialogue... check. Disembodied head that acts as both special weapon and said chainsaw-wielding cheerleader's boyfriend... check.
Conclusion: Amidst an important layer of absurdity brought to you by the likes of Suda51, James Gunn, and Jimmy Urine, Lollipop Chainsaw has a lot in common with the delightful 8-bit games of my youth.
Excerpt: is utterly ridiculous. But it revels in that ridiculousness; it embraces it and adds continual heaping helpings of cheese and corn. Juliet Starling is almost as ditzy as she is busty, her boyfriend is a severed head that hangs on her hip (or more accurately, right over her ass), and Swan is the...
Conclusion: The Short Version: Lollipop Chainsaw is riotously inventive, colourful rampage with a hilarious script and unpredictable unsanity aplenty. It's also exploitative, potentially offensive and frequently stupid beyond words.
Pros: Deliciously, deliriously inventive - both visually and in terms of gameplay, Competent gameplay with a focus on high score runs, Hilarious
Cons: Boxy level design, some weak minigames/set pieces, Potentially incredibly offensive, Empirically short campaign, poor value if you're not a fan of score attack
Excerpt: Letztes Jahr auf der GamesCom hörten wir das erste Mal von Lollipop Chainsaw, einem Werk aus der Feder von Suda 51, der auch schon abgedrehte Werke wie No more Heroes und Shadows of the Damned auf den Markt gebracht hat.
Pros: -Spiel nimmt sich nicht ernst, -Humorvoll, -Spagat zwischen Zombie und Regenbogen
Cons: lange Ladezeiten, Grafik kÃ¶nnte besser sein