posted by trueneverborn (WESTFIELD, MA) Aug 22, 2012
Member since Aug 2012
An extremely campy/"B Movie" game that was designed in such a way to be a satire to many genres. Lollypop is by far the BEST satire game of 2012, worth at least a demo play. Only negative, and it is subjective, is the amount of button mashing. My thumb at multiple points was unable to move. Otherwise I would have given a 9/10, it losses a point to being too restrictive on purchases, which could only be done during a level, IF/WHEN you found one.
posted by jsmooth2010 (PALESTINE, TX) Aug 19, 2012
Member since Jul 2011
This game has a lot of downfalls and complaints by many people. BUT, it is short enough that you should get through it with a load of fun. The humor can sometimes be dumb, but most of the time it's hilarious. It's fun to play as well. It's short and sweet. Totally worth a rent. And of course...boobs...lol. Rent, but don't buy.
Graphics look old, and dated. Soundtrack is catchy, fun and poppy, and after you collect a few tracks you like, you can make your own soundtrack to murder zombies to. Combat is simplistic, but at the same time really fun for its simplicity. There are minigames to break up the combat, and some of them are really fun. Some, less so, because they don't tell you what the new rules are. I would not even let my children be in the same room as this game, because it is VULGAR. I'm not kidding when I say this. The zombies yell obscenities the whole time. While it was very tongue-in-cheek for the first playthrough, the jokes and humor just felt contrived, like they were trying to shock me, not make me laugh. All said, this game was a nice way to spend six hours, but I wouldn't buy it.