Conclusion: Lollipop Chainsaw offre une aventure très décalée et son ambiance y est pour beaucoup dans sa séduction. Grasshopper s'est donné les moyens de réaliser un titre atypique, hors du commun. C'est ce qui fait l'essentiel de la force du jeu. Des graphismes différents, une bande son marquante, une mise en scène détonante, et des doublages efficaces, incontestablement ce titre dispose d'une ambiance sur lequel il peut se reposer.
Pros: L'ambiance décalée, Graphismes et bande son, Prise en main rapide, Des boss hauts en couleur
Cons: Une progression redondante, Une réalisation technique imparfaite, Durée de vie, Pas très difficile
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? I assume many people had the same initial reaction which I’m sure was part of the design from the beginning.
Conclusion: Lollipop Chainsaw is an average brawler made interesting and memorable by a slick, sickly sweet presentation. It does what it set out to do: tell a goofy zombie story starring a lollipop-loving cheerleader who dispatches her foes with cutesy gusto. The gameplay doesn’t really do anything to set itself apart from other games of the genre and in some cases, it feels like Suda51 is dipping from his own well. I should also point out that the game is pretty short.
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. That’s a bizarre statement to say about a game in which one of the characters threatens to rip my taint off, but valid when considering Lollipop Chainsaw deals in the same circles of raw delirium that have been vaguely absent for two decades.
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 “emo” My Chemical Romance reject who wants to see the world burn. And on Juliet’s 18th birthday, too. Yeah. It’s like that.