Summary: I was so in to this game for like 2 levels. Once I got to a certain stage the humor was not a funny as prior stages. It's almost as game makers make the 1st 2 stages fun because magazines that review only have time to see the first 2 stages.
Summary: My daughter bugged me to get her this game for the XBox360 for two years. She played it for about two hours then got bored when it got a bit tricky. I rated it higher than she would have because strangely enough I think a teenage boy would like it more than my thirteen year old daughter did.
Summary: I laughed a lot. Don't go into this game expecting anything other than something silly! I wish it had an expansion or it was longer. I didn't feel too much like replaying it right away, maybe someday to try and unlock more.
Summary: It's a game about a cheerleader killing zombies. It's ridiculous, it's slightly stupid, but it's definitely fun. Just don't go in expecting a masterpiece of a game, just enjoy it for what it is.
Summary: Now, let me start off by saying this game doesn't have the most fluid game play & the camera angles can suck at times. BUT aside from that this game delivers big time. If you bought this game it's obviously because you want to take control of this bodacious blonde zombie hunter who has a great time...
It isn't perfect but it is definitely worth playing
Tyler Johnson, Amazon
23 January 2013
Summary: I had my eye on Lollipop Chainsaw for a while. I had been following its development with much interest, mostly because of Suda 51's involvement. Once it released however, some of the reviews I heard made me take a step back.
Summary: Games like Lollipop Chainsaw are pretty rare and you either love them or you don't. If you've ever wanted to cut 50 zombies in half while listening to "Oh, Mickey, you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind, Hey Mickey" or run over 300 zombies with a wheat thresher while listening to "You spin...