was really fun to play .had great graphics ..combos were fun to use ..good story with plenty of horror filled puns ..and Juliet is kinda hot only complaint was she had man hands in some of the close ups ..try it real fun and addictive..part two ?
Not much to say the story was well developed but had much more room to grow. The game-play and systems behind the scenes was awesome, love all the features and achievements for the game. This game overall gets a 7 out of 10 because even though it was good it could have been longer and more developed than what it was. It had much more room to grow. The plot twists were awesome but over kill on the twists itself near the end.
posted by furiouscabbage (SAN DIEGO, CA) Apr 15, 2013
Member since Apr 2013
Lollipop Chainsaw, as is the case with all of Suda51's games, continues his long-tradition of interesting concepts that fall apart once gameplay actually begins.
The game is irreverent in it's almost Grindhouse-y presentation, brazenly immature with language, gore, and fetching angles of Juliet Staring in her cheerleader outfit.
But again, presentation goes only so far. Lollipop Chainsaw is one part brawler, another part Quick-Time-Event simulation. Neither of which would be a problem if they were actually fun. Combat is clumsy, lacking flow and feedback. QTEs largely stand-in for platforming and traversal.
Again, if you're a fan of Suda 51's particular brand of manic presentation, and can often overlook the lackluster gameplay that often graces his games, then you might get something out of Lollipop Chainsaw. If you're not a fan of Suda, then I would avoid it.