Summary: bought for my husband who is a big zombie fan game is alright but more geared towards preteen boys due to graphics fast shipping game brand new, exactly as pictured will buy more games in future
Andy Nunez, Editor of Against the Odds Magazi..., Amazon
5 November 2012
Summary: I got this game for my daughter and it was right up her alley. She got into the bizarre plot background without a blink and started zapping zombies immediately. While I found the game a bit less exciting than Saints Row Three, its a solid game for the female in the family that can't get into Modern Warfare 2.
Summary: This game is not for children. Mostly due to vulgar language. This game is entertaining and has a arcade feel to it. Dont expect any groundbreaking graphics here. while it is entertaining parts of the game you forget your playing because it becomes a chore mashing buttons
Summary: This game really is a mixed package. On one hand, the ridiculous humor and over-the-top style make Lollipop Chainsaw awesome, but the slow, difficult combat and clunky controls prevent this from becoming a classic of any kind. It's fun while the humor lasts, but there's absolutely no reason to play it past the first play through, even if you wanted to.
Summary: I've been excited for this game for quite some time now. I remember jumping up and down the week before release because I was so excited! And the game didn't disappoint me, at first. The gameplay is incredibly fun, it challenged me and I just loved it! The story was great, I was pulled in and actually cared about Juliette and Nick! But I was shocked at how short the game was.
Summary: The computer game market wants to be seen as a mature past time that can be enjoyed by adults in the same way as an art film or trip to the theatre. However, some of us still like to watch the Arnie classics and would rather see a Ska band play a gig than watch an actor tread the boards. This is the attitude to gaming that Grasshopper Manufacture take; they produce some great games, but they make sure they remain fun.
Summary: While I have totally enjoyed this game I am a bit shocked that some many people have given it a 5 star review. Yes it's a welcome change from the big titles like COD, but it's nothing more than good old fashioned button thrashing fun. I like the way your skills build up and the combos get more elaborate. It reminds me of older titles from days gone by, the closes game I can compare it to on the Xbox is Wolverine which I loved.