Excerpt: Let’s get the obvious out of the way: Lollipop Chainsaw is a game you’re either going to love or despise. If you do end up loving it, there are parts you’ll find funny, parts you’ll wonder whether or not you’re having fun, and some parts where you’ll just feel very… uncomfortable.
Excerpt: Lollipop Chainsaw isn’t a game you buy or play because you’re expecting something serious. Epic tales, emotionality games tend to brag about all too often these days, depth… forget about all that!
Summary: LOLLIPOP CHAINSAW tries hard, but just doesn’t pull it off. The combos that are available later should be standard to make the gameplay more enjoyable at the start. I became bored quickly with this game, because of the lack of stimulus and the excessive use of bad language, especially the sexual...
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Excerpt: Lollipop Chainsaw's marketing may well have convinced you that it's nothing more than a crass exercise in titillation, a calculated attempt to draw in a young male audience with a tantalising blend of gratuitous gore and even more gratuitous upskirt shots.
Excerpt: If there’s one thing developers Grasshopper Manufacture are good at, it’s excellent character design. No More Heroes gave us Travis Touchdown, a fearless assassin that most gamers could still relate to despite being something of an anti-hero.
Summary: Lollipop Chainsaw is a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it experience straight from the twisted minds of Suda 51 (Killer7, No More Heroes) and filmmaker James Gunn (Slither, Super). It’s more concerned with flash and titillation than building a solid gameplay foundation to hold the player’s interest.