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Lollipop Chainsaw Previews - PS3

Lollipop Chainsaw
Game Description:Lollipop Chainsaw is an all-new third person action game being developed by GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE, led by celebrated gamemaker Goichi Suda (aka Suda51) and featuring the musical compositions of the renowned Akira Yamoaka. Lollipop Chainsaw is the ‘un-deadly’ story of sweet and killer zombie hunter Juliet Starling and her quest to uncover the root of a colossal zombie outbreak. With her chainsaw in hand, Juliet slices, dices and splits her way through hordes of the undead, but soon realizes the horde is only the opening act to a festival of zombie rock lords determined to kill the chainsaw wielding cheerleader.
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    Lollipop Chainsaw Hands-On Demo

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    Horror filmmaker James Gunn gives Blair Herter a hands-on demo of Lollipop Chainsaw, talks teaming up with No Limits Director Suda51, and shows off boss Vikke the Viking.

    Posted: May 29, 2012 | 10,195 Views | 03:05


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    Lollipop Chainsaw Gameplay Preview

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    Lollipop Chainsaw is the upcoming cheerleader zombie slasher from No More Heroes' and Shadows of the Damned's Suda51, and Adam Sessler gets details from Suda51 himself at PAX East 2012.

    Posted: Apr 10, 2012 | 6,469 Views | 02:22


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    Lollipop Chainsaw Gameplay Preview: Hippie Zombies Offer Hilarious Times

    In our latest eyes-on demo of Suda 51's eye-catching adventure, we catch up with Juliet and her crazy sister Rosalind as they make their way through various stages, ultimately ending up against a Hippie zombie named Mariska.

    Posted: Apr 6, 2012


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    Lollipop Chainsaw First Look Preview -- Give Me a Chain! Give Me a Saw!

    Suda 51 has managed to top his crazy self yet again with this zombie slaying romp starring a buxom teenage cheerleader armed with pompoms and a penchant for chainsaw-based fury. See what over-the-top truly means in our first look preview.

    Posted: Sep 1, 2011


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    It's zombie-slaying cheerleaders in the upcoming Lollipop Chainsaw, and Alex Sim-Wise gets details from Producer Scott Warr on the pom-pom action, combos, and more.

    Posted: Aug 30, 2011 | 23,696 Views | 02:23


  • Lollipop Chainsaw Video Review

    Posted: June 25, 2012

    6,678 Views | 03:03

  • Lollipop Chainsaw "Final Boss" Gameplay Walkthrough

    Posted: June 14, 2012

    2,925 Views | 17:13

  • James Gunn On Lollipop Chainsaw, E3 2012 & More

    Posted: June 13, 2012

    5,070 Views | 07:43

  • Lollipop Chainsaw Launch Trailer

    Posted: June 12, 2012

    8,027 Views | 01:42

  • First 15: Lollipop Chainsaw

    Posted: June 12, 2012

    5,263 Views | 15:05

 


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